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Orig. title: EU Kids Online II (2010)

Engl. transl.: EU Kids Online II (2010)

Data details

Year: 2010
Scope: Multinational
Countries: Austria; Belgium; Bulgaria; Cyprus; Czech Republic; Denmark; Estonia; Finland; France; Germany; Greece; Hungary; Ireland; Italy; Lithuania; Netherlands; Norway; Poland; Portugal; Romania; Slovenia; Spain; Sweden; Turkey; United Kingdom
Type: Empirical research – Quantitative
Methodologies: Survey
Researched Groups: Children; Parents
Children Ages: Kids (6-10 Years old); Pre-adolescents (11-13 Years old); Adolescents (14-18 Years old)
Funder: European commission
Funder Types: European Union / Commission
Has Formal Ethical Clearance: Yes
Consents: Consent obtained from parents; Consent obtained from children
Informed Consent: Consent obtained
Ethics: Ethical considerations and/or protocol mentioned in the research design
URL: http://www.eukidsonline.net/
Data Set Availability: Data set in online repository
Data Set Link: https://beta.ukdataservice.ac.uk/datacatalogue/studies/study?id=6885
How to obtain the data: Account required: yes. Way of acquisition: download directly from website. Information needed to be provided: full name, credentials, contact. Restrictions: commercial use under approval. Notes: accessed data needs to be assigned to a specific project.

Goals

The main focus was a survey of children and parents to produce original, rigorous data on their internet use, risk experiences and safety mediation. This aimed to (i) produce new, relevant, robust and comparable findings regarding the incidence of online risk among European children; (ii) pinpoint which children are particularly at risk and why, by examining vulnerability factors (at both individual and country levels); and (iii) examine the operation and effectiveness of parental regulation and awareness strategies, and children's own coping responses to risk, including their media literacy.

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Individual Differences Associated with Exposure to “Ana-Mia” Websites: An Examination of Adolescents from 25 European Countries

The effect of smartphone use on trends in European adolescents’ excessive Internet use

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Excessive internet use in European adolescents: What determines differences in severity?

Orig. title: Estrategias de mediación parental en España: factores predictores para los diversos tipos de estrategias

Engl. transl.: Parental mediation strategies in Spain: predicting factors for different strategies

Gendered mediation of children’s internet use: A keyhole for looking into changing socialization practices

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Engl. transl.: From the Digital Generation to the Social Media Generation: the Main Internet Usage Trends among Estonian Young People Leading to Generational Identity-building

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Estonian youth in the virtual opinion space

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Engl. transl.: Online risks of Estonian youth and coping with them

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Engl. transl.: The role of Estonian teachers in the social mediation of children’s internet use

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Engl. transl.: Internet Habits and Safe Internet Use of Children in Turkey and Europe

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Orig. title: Patterns in internet use among children and adolescents in Romania

Engl. transl.: Patterns in internet use among children and adolescents in Romania

Orig. title: PORNOGRAFIE ŞI SEXUALITATE ONLINE. ASPECTE ALE ANCHETEI EU KIDS ONLINE II ÎN CAZUL ROMÂNIEI

Engl. transl.: ONLINE PORNOGRAPHY AND SEXUALITY: SOME RESULTS OF EU KIDS ONLINE SURVEY II IN THE ROMANIAN CASE

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Engl. transl.: ONLINE OPPORTUNITIES AND USER TYPES AMONG ROMANIAN YOUNG PEOPLE

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Engl. transl.: THE ONLINE AND OFFLINE BULLYING: VICTIMS VERSUS AGGRESSORS

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Engl. transl.: Lithuanian Children on the Internet: A Comparison of the Use of Internet in 2010 and 2018

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