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Applied Research and Communications Fund
5, Alexander Zhendov St. /
Tel: +359 2 973 3000 (ext. 412)
Luiza Shahbazyan is the deputy coordinator of the Bulgarian Safer Internet Centre at the Applied Research and Communications Fund. She holds a BSc degree in Psychology (University of Sheffield), a MSc degree in Cognitive Science (New Bulgarian University) and is pursuing a PhD degree at the New Bulgarian University.
JivkaMarinova, master degree in automation and control engineering, worked for 15 years in information analysis and communications. Since 1998 she was involved in the civil society sector as founder and executive director of GERT (Gender Education, Research and Technologies foundation) working for the empowerment of women and girls through new information technologies. Member of WNSP of APC.
Diana Boteva has a Masters degree in Social and Organizational Psychology from the University Victor Segalen (Bordeaux, France). She worked as quantitative research assistant at the research and consulting agency ESTAT, joined the GERT team in July 2008 and is being working as programme manager within a bullying prevention programme in 10 Bulgarian schools.
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
Internet safety guide
Country Factsheet Bulgaria
The EU Kids Online research is the only comprehensive source of information for the online experiences of children and youth in Bulgaria. The conclusions of the study have bee taken into consideration in all major safer internet initiatives in the country and they are the basis of a guide for parents in the digital age, released by the Bulgarian Safer Internet Centre
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.
Questionnaire for parent
Questionnaire for child
Self-completion questionnaire for child (Children age 9-10) A
Self-completion questionnaire for child (Children age 9-10) B-C
Self-completion questionnaire for child (Children age 9-10) D
Self-completion questionnaire for child (Children age 9-10) F
Self-completion questionnaire for child (Children age 11-16) A-E
Self-completion questionnaire for child (Children age 11-15) F-H