43: Young People’s Online Behaviour : Findings from the European Online Grooming Project

The European Online Grooming Project (Apr 2012)
A summary of the results of Phase 3 of the European Online Grooming Project. This focused on a series of focus groups (N = 12) conducted with young people aged 11-16 years old in three European countries (UK, Italy and Belgium).

22: Attitudes to online privacy

Andy Phippen, University of Plymouth (July 2011)
A large scale quantitative study, comprising an online survey of children and young people which assessed their attitudes to online privacy.

03: Children’s and young people’s internet use and parental attitudes: Ofcom’s media literacy tracker – wave 1 2010

Ofcom (Aug 2010)
A large scale quantitative survey of children and young people’s media literacy, revealing their engagement online and parental awareness and attitudes.

02: Exploring online safety knowledge and evaluating CEOP’s Think U Know (TUK) education programme

Kingston University (July 2009) 
A large scale mixed methods study of young people’s knowledge about internet safety and their understanding of the Think U Know programme.