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Orig. title: De morele attitudes van preadolescenten op het gebied van online privacy: de mediërende en interagerende rol van leeftijd, gender identiteit en familiecultuur

Engl. transl.: Pre-adolescents' moral attitudes to online privacy: the mediating and interacting role of age, gender identity and family culture

Study details

Year: 2016
Scope: Local
Countries: Belgium
Methodology: Empirical research – Qualitative
Methods of data collection: Ethnography / participant observation; Interview
Researched Groups: Children; Families
Children Ages: Pre-adolescents (11-13 Years old)
Other Childrens Age Group: 9-14 years old
Funder: FWO
Funder Types: Regional Government
Has Formal Ethical Clearance: Yes
Consents: Consent obtained from parents; Consent obtained from children
Informed Consent: Consent obtained


This project investigates the moral values of pre-adolescents (9-14 year olds) taking into account online privacy in social interaction on the Internet and the mediating role of age, gender identity and family culture in this regard.

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