81: Young Children (0-8) and Digital Technology: A Qualitative Exploratory Study Across Seven Countries

European Commission, Joint Research Centre (June 2015) 
A summary of a European pilot study undertaken across 7 countries. 70 focus groups were undertaken with children aged 6-7, their siblings and parents about their use of the internet and related technologies. Data were collected between September and mid October 2014. 

79: EU Kids Online: Developing Social Media Literacy

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.

74: Safer Internet Day 2014: Campaign Evaluation

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+. 

73: Childwise Monitor 2014-15

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.  

72: Childwise Monitor Pre-School Report 2014

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. 

67: To Tell Or Not to Tell? Youth’s Responses to Unwanted Internet Experiences

Lund University, Sweden & University of New Hampshire, USA (May 2015) 
A summary of the results of the large scale and nationally representative Third Youth Internet Safety Survey (YISS-3) undertaken in the USA between August, 2010 and January, 2011. The study aimed to quantify youth experiences with unwanted sexual solicitations, harassment and unwanted exposure to pornography online. The sample consisted of 1,560 Internet users aged 10-17 and their caretakers. The results presented are based on data from those participants who reported unwanted Internet experiences (e.g., sexual solicitation, online harassment, unwanted exposure to pornography) and who answered follow-up questions about whether they had told someone about the experience (n = 134, n = 174 and n = 346 respectively) or how the situation ended (n = 134, n = 170 and n = 348 respectively).

61: The Experiences of Children Aged 11-16 on Social Networking Sites

ChildLine (Feb 2014)
A summary of a report presenting the results of a large scale, representative online survey of 11-16 year olds about their use of social networking sites (N = 1024). The study was conducted for the NSPCC by the market research agency, ResearchBods.

60: The Experiences of Children Aged 11-12 on Social Networking Sites

ChildLine (Feb 2014) 
A summary of a report presenting the results of data collected from 11-12 year olds as part of a large scale, representative online survey of 11-16 year olds about their use of social networking sites (N = 1024). The study was conducted for the NSPCC by the market research agency, ResearchBods.

59: CHILDWISE Monitor Report

Childwise (Feb 2014) 
An overview of the results of the CHILDWISE Monitor Report 2013-14. This large scale, quantitative study consulted a sample of more than 2400 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.

57: Children and Parents: Media Use and Attitudes - Online Concerns and Mediation Report

Ofcom (Oct 2013) 
A summary of the results of the Ofcom’s Children’s Media Literacy Tracker, a large-scale quantitative survey based on in-home interviews with children aged 5-15 and their parents/carers (N = 1689 conducted from April-June 2013). In 2013, this survey was also conducted with parents of children aged 3-4 (N = 685).