Populus (November 2015)
A summary of the results of an online survey of a nationally representative group of adults, teens and children to assess the effectiveness of Safer Internet Day and the Be Smart Campaign (BBC). Populus conducted 1,506 online interviews with 502 children aged 11-13 years, 502 aged 14-16 years, and 502 parents of children aged 11-16 (with quotas set on age, gender and region).
EU Kids Online (June 2015)
A summary of a report presenting the results of a large scale European study which used interviews and focus groups with children aged 9–16 (N = 378) in 9 European countries to examine the meaning of problematic online experiences. Schools and youth centres were used to recruit children for 56 focus groups and 114 interviews between February and September 2013.
EU Kids Online (June 2015)
A summary of a report presenting the results of a large scale European study which used interviews and focus groups with children aged 9–16 (N = 378) in 9 European countries to examine social media literacy. Schools and youth centres were used to recruit children for 56 focus groups and 114 interviews between February and September 2013.
IWF (June 2015)
An overview of the results of a 3 month study by IWF Internet Content Analysts examining the availability of images and video assessed as being self-generated content featuring young people. It used a combination of proactively sourced content from search engines, historic IWF data and leads from public reports to locate “youth-produced sexual content” depicting “young people” online.
Ofcom (February 2015)
A summary of the results of the Ofcom’s Children’s Media Literacy, a large-scale quantitative survey based on in-home interviews with children aged 5-15 and their parents/carers (N = 1660 conducted April-June 2013). In 2014, this survey was also conducted with parents of children aged 3-4 (N = 731). This Research Highlight presents the results from the report which relate to the analysis of data on children’s media use online.
NSPCC (January 2015)
The results of a large scale quantitative study which informed the design of the NSPCC Netaware Guide. The NSPCC consulted with 1854 children and young people aged 11-18 in order to establish the most used social networking platforms. 511 parents were then recruited from the parenting website Mumsnet to review the most popular websites, apps and games against a set of criteria based on national and international best practice in keeping children safe online.
Populus (January 2015)
A summary of the results of an online survey of a nationally representative group of adults, teens and children to assess the effectiveness of the Safer Internet Day campaign. A post-campaign survey targeted 525 children aged 8-12 years, 525 teenagers aged 13-17 years, 520 parents with children aged 8-17, and 519 adults aged 18+.
Childwise (January 2015)
An overview of the results of the CHILDWISE Monitor Report 2014-15. This large scale, quantitative study consulted a sample of nearly 2200 children and young people aged 5–16 in 80 schools across the UK. Children aged 5 and 6 were subject to face to face interview, and children aged 7–16 were surveyed online.
Childwise (September 2014)
A summary of the results of the CHILDWISE Monitor Pre-School Report 2014. It provides an overview of trends in the media use of children aged up to 4 years. 200 face-to-face street interviews were conducted with parents of children aged between 6 months and 4 years old during August 2014.
Net Children Go Mobile and EU Kids Online (July 2014)
A summary of the results of the UK (N = 516) collected as part of the Net Children Go Mobile in-home survey among 3,500 9-16 year-old internet users in Belgium, Denmark, Ireland, Italy, Romania, Portugal, and the UK, using a stratified random sample and self-completion methods.