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Orig. title: DIVSI U25-Studie 2014

Engl. transl.: DIVSI U25-Study 2014

Study details

Year: 2013
Scope: National
Countries: Germany
Methodology: Empirical research – Mixed methods
Methods of data collection: Survey; Focus group; Media diaries
Researched Groups: Children
Children Ages: Kids (6-10 Years old); Pre-adolescents (11-13 Years old); Adolescents (14-18 Years old); Young adults (19-24 Years old)
Funder: Deutsches Institut für Vertrauen und Sicherheit im Internet (DIVSI)
Funder Types: Private industry / Company
Informed Consent: Consent not mentioned
Ethics: Ethical considerations not mentioned
Data Set Availability: Not mentioned


"The purpose of the study is to provide a broad-based representation of the digital lifeworlds that young people inhabit. So analysis will centre on more than just media use. It will also concentrate on the prevalent attitudes among children, adolescents and young adults when faced with topics such as internet privacy or swapping and sharing media content. Appreciation of how young people view trust and security on the internet will also occupy a central position." (DIVSI 2014, 8)

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