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Country classification: opportunities, risks, harm and parental mediation
This report updates and deepens the understanding of cross-national differences among the countries surveyed in EU Kids Online. Where the previous classification was based simply on the percentage ofExpand
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Patterns of risk and safety online: in-depth analyses from the EU Kids Online survey of 9- to 16-year-olds and their parents in 25 European countries
This report presents the findings from statistical analyses for EU Kids Online Deliverable D5: Patterns of Risk and Safety Online to the European Commission Safer Internet Programme (August 2011).Expand
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The aim of this study was to identify the strongest predictors of individual differences in Internet use, taking into account personality traits, socio-demographic variables, and indicators ofExpand
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Excessive Internet Use among European Children
The term “excessive Internet use” is often associated with determining pathological extensive Internet usage, which could be also called “online addiction”. Such excessive presence online is usuallyExpand
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What do pupils and textbooks do with each other?: Methodological problems of research on socialization through educational media
School textbooks are assumed to be important socializers. However, because of the complexity and methodological stumbling blocks involved in the subject matter, the impact of specific textbooks andExpand
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Making sense of the social mediation of children’s internet use: Perspectives for interdisciplinary and cross-cultural research
Along with the rapid growth of children’s internet use and rising public concern about risks and negative experiences kids may face online, there has been increasing research interest in the supportExpand
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Does It Matter What Mama Says: Evaluating the Role of Parental Mediation in European Adolescents’ Excessive Internet Use
This study investigated the relationship between adolescents’ excessive Internet use (EIU) and parental mediation. A random stratified sample of 11- to 16-year olds (N = 18 709) and their parentsExpand
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Mental Structures in Transition Culture
Based on the concept of transition culture, the article discusses patterns of generational continuity and disruption in post-Soviet Estonia. We suggest a tool for meso-level analysis: factorExpand
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Digital Channels in Teacher-Parent Communication: The Case of Estonia.
INTRODUCTIONThe fast development of information technology creates an opportunity for all parties connected with school to interact through various media, take active part in information exchange,Expand
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