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D4.1 Report-Methodological Issues

D4.1 Report-Methodological Issues

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Published by: Pedro Miguel Ventura on May 31, 2010
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Researching Children’s ExperiencesOnline Across Countries:
Issues and Problems in Methodology.eukidsonline.net
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Co-funded by the European Union
European Research on Cultural, Contextual and Risk Issuesin Children’s Safe Use of the Internet and New Media (2006-2009) A project funded by the EC Safer Internet Plus Programme– http://ec.europa.eu/saferinternet
 
ISBN 978-0-85328-353-9
 
 
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Researching Children’s ExperiencesOnline across Countries:Issues and Problems in Methodology
 
Editors
Bojana Lobe, Sonia Livingstone and Leslie Haddon
Contributors
Verónica Donoso, Maialen Garmendia, Leslie Haddon, ClaudiaLampert, Bojana Lobe, Sonia Livingstone, Kjartan Olafsson, IngridPaus-Hasebrink, Elisabeth Staksrud, Panayiota TsatsouThis is a report from the
EU Kids Online 
network.For a complete list of participants, see Annex BEU Kids Online Deliverable D4.1 Methodological Issues ReviewEC Safer Internet plus ProgrammeContract number: SIP-2005-MD-038229June 2007
European Research on Cultural, Contextual and Risk Issues in Children's Safe Use of the Internet and New Media 
EU Kids Online is a project funded by the EC Safer Internet plus programme(http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/activities/sip/index_en.htm) from 2006-2009. It
 
examines research carried out in 18 member states into how children and young people usethe internet and new media. This three-year collaboration aims to identify comparableresearch findings across Europe and to evaluate the social, cultural and regulatory influencesaffecting both risks and children’s and parents' responses to them, in order to inform policy. Itwill chart available data, indicate gaps and identify factors that shape the research capabilityof European research institutions. Finally, it will examine methodological issues relating tocross-cultural analyses and the study of children’s online experience in order to develop abest practice guide to research. For more information seewww.eukidsonline.net 

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