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EU Kids Online

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Contact

Leen D'Haenens:
Centrum voor Mediacultuur en communicatietechnologie (OE)
OE Centr. Mediacult.& Comm.technologie, Parkstraat 45 - bus
3603, 3000 Leuven, België
Telephone:+32 16 323620 or +32 16 323220
Fax: +32 16 323312
e-mail: Leen.DHaenens@soc.kuleuven.be|

Leen d'Haenens

LeenLeen d'Haenens is Professor at the Centre for Media Culture and Communication Technology at the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium, where she teaches on Western media policy, Media and diversity, and Analysis of media texts. Her research interests include youngsters and media, ethnic minorities and media, media responsibility and accountability matters.
Up to five areas of expertise: gender differences; cross-national research.

 

 Veronica Donoso

DonosoVerónica Donoso (PhD) is a researcher at the Centre for User Experience Research (CUO) at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KUL), Belgium. Since 2002 she has been working on the developmental and social impacts of children's internet use and on users' experience of new digital media. Her main research interest are children and new media, media literacy and technology-enhanced learning.

Joke Bauwens

JokeJoke Bauwens holds a PhD in Media & Communication Studies, lectures in the Media Studies Department of the Free University of Brussels and is a member of CEMESO. Her research interests are the media practices of young people, social and cultural practices in digital and virtual environments, and transitions in the field of broadcasting.

 

Katia Segers

katiasegersKatia Segers is a lecturer in the Media Studies Department of the Free University of Brussels and director of the Centre for Studies on Media and Culture (CEMESO). Her research focuses on children, media and culture, the creative industries and arts policy. She is president of the Flemish Regulator for the Media

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Sofie Vandoninck

VandoninckSofie Vandoninck started a Phd on digital literacy and online coping strategies among vulnerable youth in Belgium. She is interested in the topic of the safer internet for children and young people, and joined the EU Kids Online network in 2009. She has a Masters degree in Communication Science and wrote her Masters thesis about the digital divide in Flanders.

 

National reports

Here we provide links to a summary of the EU Kids Online 2010 survey findings (European and national) in the national language, an internet safety guide for children in parents in the national language, national recommendations from the EU Kids Online findings for policy makers and stakeholders, and other national materials if available.

Summary of survey findings| 

National recommendations| 

Internet safety guide| 

Country Factsheet Belgium|

Publications

Bauwens, J. (2009). Kinderen, nieuwsmedia en communicatieve rechten: mission impossible? In: Kinderrechtenforum 6, Beeldvorming over kinderen en jongeren, Gent: Kinderrechtencoalitie Vlaanderen: 35-41.

Bauwens, J., Gallez, S., Lobet-Maris, C. & Vleugels, C. (2009). Onderzoek/ internetgeneratie onthuld. In: Smakers, jongeren en cultuur 2008. Brussel: CJP: 18-24.

Bauwens, J., Pauwels, C., Lobet-Maris, C., Poullet, Y. & Walrave, M. (2009). Cyberteens, cyberrisks, cybertools. Tieners en ICT, risico's en opportuniteiten. Gent: Federaal Wetenschapsbeleid/Academia Press.

d'Haenens, L. & Vandoninck, S. (Reds). (forthcoming). Kids Online België. Vaardigheden, kansen en risico's van kinderen en jongeren op het internet. [Kids Online Belgium: Online skills, opportunities and risks among children and adolescents on the internet]. Ghent: Academia Press.

Segers, K. & Bauwens, J. Maak mij wat wijs. Media kennen, begrijpen en zelf creëren. Leuven: Lannoo Campus.

Vandoninck, S., d'Haenens, L. & Donoso, V. (2010). Digitale geletterdheid bij Vlaamse jongeren: hoe gaan ze om met online content risico's. Tijdschrift voor Communicatiewetenschap.

Presentations

Bauwens, J. (2009). Tieners en internet: een kwestie van risico's en/of kansen? Paper gebracht op Nascholing leerkrachten niet-confessionele zedenleer 'De verdwijnende kindertijd: perceptie of realiteit?', VUB, Brussel, 3 februari 2009.

Bauwens, J. (2010). ICT in the family. Session chaired at the E-youth balancing between opportunities and risks conference, Antwerp, Belgium, 27-28 May 2010.

Bauwens, J. (2010). The social value of young people's online creativity. Paper presented at the E-youth balancing between opportunities and risks conference, Antwerp, Belgium, 27-28 May 2010.

d'Haenens, L. (2010). Internet uses, experience of online risks & harm, and coping strategies among European children. Initial findings from EU Kids Online. Presentation at IPTS workshop IPTS Workshop on 'The Paradoxes of ICTs and Social Inclusion: Do ICTs Increase Opportunities for Young People at Risk?' (Belgian).

d'Haenens, L. (2010). Online risks among Belgian children; first results of EU Kids Online study. Presentation at 'Apestaartjaren' in Ghent, organised by Jeugdwerknet.

Donoso, V. (2010). Digital Divides. Session chaired at the E-youth balancing between opportunities and risks conference, Antwerp, Belgium, 27-28 May 2010.

Segers, K. (2010). Online participation. Session chaired at the E-youth balancing between opportunities and risks conference, Antwerp, Belgium, 27-28 May.

Segers, K. & D'Haenens, L. (2010). Children in the Web 2.0 world – the researchers' perspective', Workshop 'The internet and society: empirical perspectives on Europe', organised by Oxford Internet Institute, Brussels, Google.

Vandoninck, S. (2010). SNS among Flemish youth. Contact risks and opportunities|. Paper presented at the E-youth balancing between opportunities and risks conference, Antwerp, Belgium, 27-28 May 2010.

Vandoninck, S. (2010). EU Kids Online. Online risks among Belgian children. Presentation at Apestaartjaren 3.1 of Jeudwerknet in Ghent, Belgium.

Vandoninck, S. (24.05.2011). Cyberpesten in Vlaanderen: hoe erg is het probleem? Resultaten van het EU Kids Online onderzoek. |Presentatie op de Studiedag Stop Cyberpesten van het Departement Onderwijs & Vorming in Brussel.

Vandoninck, S. (06.10.2011). Veilig Online: negatieve ervaringen bij 9-16 jarigen. Resultaten van het EU Kids Online onderzoek.| Presentatie op Studiedag 'weerbaar op het web' van VIPJeugd in Brusse.

Survey questionnaires

The EU Kids Online fieldwork involved several questionnaires. First, a face to face interview with one parent. Second, a face to face interview with the child. Then a self-completion interview for sensitive questions, with one version for 9-10 year olds and one version for 11-16 year olds.

Flemish

Questionnaire for parent

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Questionnaire for child|

Self-completion questionniare for child (Children age 9-10)|

Self-completion questionnaire for child (Children aged 11-16)|

French

Questionnaire for parent |

Questionnaire for child|

Self-completion questionniare for child (Children age 9-10)|

Self-completion questionnaire for child (Children aged 11-16)|

Links

Klasse: www.klasse.be |

Canon Cultuurcel (onderwijs Vlaanderen): www.canoncultuurcel.be |

Gezinsbond: www.gezinsbond.be |

Kind en Samenleving: www.k-s.be |

Vlaamse Regulator voor de Media (VRM): www.vlaamseregulatormedia.be |

Onderzoeks- en informatiecentrum van de verbruikersorganisaties (OIVO): ww.oivo.be. |
www.crioc.be
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Departement Cultuur, Jeugd, Sport en Media (Vlaamse overheid): www.cjsm.vlaanderen.be |

Vlaams Informatiepunt Jeugd: www.vipjeugd.be |

Steunpunt Jeugd: www.steunpuntjeugd.be |

Jeugdwerknet: www.jeugdwerknet.be |

Kinderrechtencommissariaat: www.kinderrechtencommissariaat.be |

Centrum voor Leerlingenbegeleiding (CLB): www.ond.vlaanderen.be/clb/ |

Internet Service Providers Association (Belgium): www.ispa.be |

Privacycommissie: www.privacycommission.be |

Vlaamse Radio en Televisie (VRT) en Ketnet: www.vrt.be | www.ketnet.be |

 

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