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Table Of Contents

1.1. Context
1.2. This report
1.3. The policy agenda
1.4. Framing the project
1.5. Project design
1.6. Methodology
1.7. The population
1.8. Research agency
1.9. Research limitations
2.1. Where children use the internet
2.2. How children access the internet
2.3. How much children use the internet
2.4. Digital literacy and safety skills
2.5. Excessive use of the internet
2.6. Parental use of the internet
3.1. Range of children’s online activities
3.2. Perceived quality of online content
3.3. Children’s use of SNSs
3.4. Nature of children’s SNS contacts
3.5. Use of SNS privacy settings
3.6. Children’s approach to online communication
4.1. Methodological issues
4.2. Overall experiences of harm
5.1. Where children have seen sexual images online
5.2. How children have seen sexual images online
5.3. Children’s and parents’ accounts compared
5.4. Perceived harm from sexual images online
5.5. Coping with sexual images on the internet
6.1. How often children are bullied
6.2. How children are bullied
6.3. In what ways children are bullied online
6.4. When / how children bully others
6.5. Children’s and parents’ accounts compared
6.6. Perceived harm from being bullied online
6.7. Coping with being bullied online
7.1. Children’s experience of sexual messages online
7.2. Children’s and parents’ accounts compared
7.3. Perceived harm from sexual messaging online
7.4. Coping with sexual messaging online
8.1. Frequency of meeting online contacts offline
8.2. Children’s and parents’ accounts compared
8.3. Perceived harm from meeting online contacts
8.4. Coping with meeting online contacts offline
9.1. Potentially harmful user- generated content
9.2. Personal data misuse
10.1. Parents
10.2. Judging parental mediation
11.1. Ways of going online are diversifying
11.2. Differences by age, gender and SES
11.3. Comparing types of risk
11.4. Children’s roles – victims and perpetrators
11.5. Children’s and parents’ perspectives on risk
11.6. Varieties of safety mediation
11.7. Comparing countries
11.8. Keeping risks in perspective
12.1. Main policy priorities
12.2. Action at regulatory and government level
12.3. Actions from industry
12.4. Actions related to awareness-raising
12.5. Education and schools
12.6. Issues and advice for parents
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Published by Alina Elena Dobre
accesul la internet al copiilor. studiu european
accesul la internet al copiilor. studiu european

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Published by: Alina Elena Dobre on Nov 19, 2013
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