Russia

In brief

Since 2007 the Foundation for Internet Development has conducted researches related to special features of use of ICT by Russian children and adolescents, parents and teachers, specificity of their digital socialization.

To make international comparative analysis the Foundation for Internet Development and the Psychology Department of Lomonosov Moscow State University as independent members entered EU Kids Online II, research project that was held in 2009-2011 and covered 25 European countries, Russia and Australia. In Russian part of this project participated 1025 children in the age of 9-16 years old and 1025 parents.

In total, for the past 10 years, over 20,000 children, adolescents, parents, and teachers have been interviewed as part of various research projects. Among the projects of recent years, we can highlight research project «Digital competence of Russian schoolchildren and parents» (N=2411 respondents, 2013), the study of the impact of the ICT use on the cognitive processes of children and adolescents (N=400 people, 2017-2019, with the support of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research), « Online risks, cyberaggression and digital culture of behavior: all-Russian study of schoolchildren, parents and youth» (N=3395, 2018, with the support of Google), «Digital socialization in the cultural-historical perspective: intragenerational and intergenerational analysis» (N=2772, 2018-2020, with the support of the Russian Science Foundation). In 2018 the Russian team also took part in the last EU Kids Online study.

Among Russian children there is a mass and earlier mastering of hi-tech arsenal of new cultural means – the personalized mobile e-devices. Over the past 6 years from 2013 to 2019, the intensity of Internet use has increased in both adolescents and parents. Low level of user activity (average 1 hour a day) is typical for 20 % of younger adolescents (12-13 years old) and only 9% of older (14-17 years old). Half of younger adolescents have an average user activity (average 3 hours), such among older – 40 %. High user activity (average 6 hours) show 21 % younger adolescents and 28 % older. Every fourth older adolescent (23 %) belongs to a group of hyper-connectivity (average 9 h), among the youngest – 8 %. Parents are lagging behind the activity on the Web from children: for almost half of parents, average 3 hours is typical, for one third it is average 1 hour. Overtaking parental user activity, the duration of the child's online presence increases. Adolescents master digital space actively, independently and spontaneously and use it as a communication platform and a source of developing, educational and entertainment content.

For adolescents, social networks have become an important platform for self-presentation, mastering various social roles, experimenting with identity and self-realization. Compared to their parents, adolescents are actively increasing their social capital through online contacts, including weak connections of subscribers and «unfamiliar friends». Adolescents are active users of different resources for communication and are the first to master new online platforms. Gradually between parents and children converges time in the network and often intersect online space. However, there remains a significant difference in the spatial and temporal configuration of children and adults.

Online immersion leads to encounter with new difficult life situations – online-risks. Among online risks, communication risks have become the most common. In second place – content. Every third adolescent was faced with the technical risk. Every fifth senior adolescent – with consumer risks. A fifth of adolescents have patterns of excessive use of the Internet. At the same time, parents are often not sufficiently aware of children encountering with various online risks and do not have the appropriate strategies to provide the necessary support. Parents overlook the experience of adolescents in dealing with communication and content risks and overrated facing with consumer risks.

In last six years the digital competence of children and parents increases, but if parents have high level of knowledge with a lack of skills and responsibility, then adolescents, on the contrary, have higher skills and responsibility, but knowledge and motivation "lag behind" skills.

Problems of early digital socialization, the intensity of daily immersion in the online environment, poor risk awareness among parents and teachers, the level of digital competency of both children and adults are among the main issues addressed by our specialists at the Foundation for Internet Development day to day.

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Highlights

  • The results of the Foundation’s research have been widely used by government authorities while they work on legislative acts related to protecting children from harmful information on the internet.
  • The Foundation closely collaborates with the leading Russian and international companies on information security and digital literacy among children and adolescents (MTS, MGTS, Google Russia etc.).
  • The Foundation has developed digital literacy programs for adolescents and teachers that have been recommended for use in education by the Russian Department of Education and Science.
  • The Foundation organized Kids Online help line that is unique in Russia service of telephone and online counseling and provides psychological and informational support to children and adults who faced different problems on the Internet.
  • The Foundation publishes every quarter a popular science magazine "Children in the Information Society", which presents relevant information on the problems of using digital technologies for children, digital socialization, safe use of digital technologies and etc.
  • In total, for the past 10 years, over 20,000 children, adolescents, parents, and teachers have been interviewed as part of various research projects of the Foundation.
  • Among various scientific events, the Foundation together with the Faculty of Psychology of Lomonosov Moscow State University annually organizes a conference for teachers on the cybersecurity and latest trends in digital socialization of children and adolescents.
  • The results of the Foundation's projects are presented in more than 100 articles and 18 books and training manuals.

Reports

Russian report

Russian report (short version, 2015)

Presentations

Soldatova, G. (2019) Online risks, security issues and digital literacy: intergenerational analysis of Russian adolescents and adults. Presentation at 13 international Forum Partnership of state, business and civil society in ensuring international information security, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, 22-25 April.

Soldatova, G. (2011) European and Russian school children: challenges and risks of online socialization, presentation at the EU Kids Online workshop, Ljuljana, 27th-29th January.

Publications

2019

  1. Soldatova G., Rasskazova E. Digital socialization of Russian adolescents: Internet as constant dimension of any activities // European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences. — 2019. — Vol. 64. — P. 693–701.
  2. Soldatova G. U., Vishneva A. Feathers of the cognitive sphere in adolscent internet users // European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences. — 2019. — Vol. 64. — P. 683–692.
  3. Soldatova G., Rasskazova E. Tolerance, empathy, and aggression as factors in compliance with rules of online communication by russian adolescents, young adults, and parents // Psychology in Russia,. — 2019. — Vol. 12, no. 2. — P. 79–93.

2018

  1. Soldatova G., Vishneva A., Chigarkova S. Features of cognitive processes in children with different internet activity // European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences. — 2018. — no. XLIII. — P. 611–617.
  2. Soldatova G. U., Chigarkova S. V. Social capital online: intergenerational analysis // European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences. — 2018. — Vol. 49. — P. 636–643.
  3. Soldatova G, Trifonova A. Mediamultitasking-Is it reason for worrying? // Children in the Information Society — 2018. — № 28. — P.26-37 [Russian].
  4. Soldatova G. At the doorstep of the fourth revolution // Children in the Information society — 2018. — № 28. — P. 1. [Russian].
  5. Personal and public: lessons of managing personal data in the Network / G. Soldatova, A. Priezzheva, V. Shlyapnikov, O. Olkina // Children in the Information society — 2018. — № 28. — P. 64–71. [Russian].
  6. Online and offline deviant behavior in russian adolescents: Results of population study of parent–child pairs / A. Yarmina, G. Soldatova, S. Khrushchev et al. // European Psychiatry. — 2018. — Vol. 48, no. S1. — P. 193.
  7. Soldatova G., Lvova E., Permyakova I., Phenomenon of bullying and cyberbullying: similarities and differences. // Digital society as a cultural and historical context of human development: A collection of scientific articles and materials of an international conference 14-17 February 2018, Kolomna — State social and Humanitarian University of Kolomna, 2018. — P. 380–384[Russian].
  8. Soldatova G., Rasskazova E., Chigarkova S., Lvova E. Digital Culture: Rules, Responsibility and Regulation // Digital Society as a Cultural-Historical Context of Human Development: A Compilation of Scientific Articles and Materials of the International conference, February 14-17, 2018, Kolomna / Under the total. Ed. R.W. Ershovoy. - The State Social and Humanitarian University of Kolomna, 2018. - P. 374-379.

2017

  1. Personal and public: lessons of managing personal data in the Network: educational manual for employees of education system /G. Soldatova, A. Priezzheva, V. Shlyapnikov, O. Olkina — М.:Genezis, 2017.— 224 p. [Russian].
  2. Soldatova G. Rasskazova E., Nestik T. Russian digital generation: competence and safety —Smysl Moscow, 2017. — 375 p. [Russian].
  3. Soldatova G., Rasskazova E., "The back side" digital competence of russian adolescents: the illusion of competence and risky behavior online // Psychology issue. — 2017. — № 3. — P. 3–15. [Russian].
  4. Soldatova G., Rasskazova E. The digital situation of development of intergenerational relations: the gap and interaction between teenagers and parents on the Internet //The world of psychology. — 2017. — № 1(89). — P. 134–143. [Russian].
  5. Soldatova G., Olkina O. Games according to the rules //Children in the Information Society. — 2017. — № 27. — С. 27–36.  [Russian].
  6. Soldatova G., Olkina O. Video games in the focus of science //Children in the Information Society. — 2017. — № 27. — P. 24–35. [Russian].
  7. Soldatova G. Digital generation or the main humanitarian challenge for adults in the xxi century // Academic Herald. The scientific and practical journal of the Academy of Social Management. — 2017. — Т. 3, № 25. — P. 3–6. [Russian].
  8. Soldatova G., Teslavskaya O., Videogames, academic performance and attention problems: practices and results of foreign empirical studies of children and adolescents. [Journal of Modern Foreign Psychology], 2017. Vol. 6, no. 4, pp. 21–28. [Russian].
  9. Nestik T., Soldatova G. Presentations about the future of digital technologies for Russian students.// Institute of Psychology of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Social and economic psychology. — 2017. — Т. 2, № 1. — P. 90–118. [Russian].
  10. Soldatova G., Teslavskaya O. Personal Data usage and online Privacy among Russian schoolchildren // International scientific and practical journal "The era of Science". — 2017. — № 12. [Russian].
  11. Soldatova G., Chigarkova S., Lvova E., Online-aggression and teenagers: results of study in Moscow and Moscow region // International scientific and practical journal "The era of Science".— 2017. — № 12. — p. 103–109. [Russian].
  12. Soldatova G., Rasskazova E., Motivation in the structure of digital competence of Russian teenagers // National Psychological Magazine. — 2017. — № 1 (25). — P. 3–14. [Russian].

2016

  1. Soldatova G., Rasskazova E. ‘Digital Gap’ and intergenerational relations of parents and children// Psychological Magazine. – 2016. – T. 37, No. 5 – P. 44-45. [Russian].
  2. Soldatova G., Rasskazova E. Models of digital competence and online activity of Russian teenagers// National Psychological Magazine. – 2016. – No. 2(22). – P. 50-60 [Russian].
  3. Soldatova G., Rasskazova E. Adolescent safety on the Internet: Risks coping with problems and parental mediation // Russian Education and Society. — 2016. — Vol. 58, no. 2. — P. 133–162. [Russian].
  4. Soldatova G., Shlyapnikov V., Zhurina M. Psychological support of children and teenagers in the situation of facing online risks // X International Scientific Conference Sorokin Readings Health of the Russian Society in the XX century: sociological, psychological, and medical aspects. – 2016. – P. 891–892. [Russian].
  5. Soldatova G., Nestik T. Technophiles and technophobes // Children in the Information society — 2016. — No. 25. — P. 20–29. [Russian].
  6. Soldatova G., Olkina O. 100 friends. Social circle of teenagers in social networks// Children in the Information society — 2016. — № 24. — P. 24–33. [Russian].
  7. Soldatova G., Zhurina M. Burning online threats for mental health of children and teenagers: dangerous communication and Internet dependency// Mental Health of the Man of the XXI century: Collection of Scientific Articles based on materials of Mental Health of the Man of the XXI Century Congress. – Gorodets PH Moscow, 2016 P. 84-87. [Russian].
  8. Soldatova G., Olkina O. Friendship in the real and virtual world: view of Russian schoolchildren// ACADEMIA. Educational Magazine of Moscow region. — 2016. — No. 3(9). — P. 39–47[Russian].
  9. Personal and public: lessons of managing personal data in the Network (part 4)/ G. Soldatova, A. Priezzheva, V. Shlyapnikov, O. Olkina // Children in the Information society — 2016. — No. 24. — P. 60–69.  [Russian].
  10. Personal and public: lessons of managing personal data in the Network (part 5)/ G. Soldatova, A. Priezzheva, V. Shlyapnikov, O. Olkina // Children in the Information society — 2016. — No. 25. — P. 72–75.  [Russian].
  11. Personal and public: lessons of managing personal data in the Network (part 3)/ G. Soldatova, A. Priezzheva, V. Shlyapnikov, O. Olkina // Children in the Information society — 2016. — No. 23. — P. 54–61.  [Russian].

2015

  1. Soldatova G., Shlyapnikov V. New educational and upbringing technologies. Use of digital devices by preschool children // Nizhny Novgorod Education. — 2015. — No. 3. — P. 78–85.  [Russian].
  2. Soldatova G., Shlyapnikov V., Olkina. Young children (0-8) and digital techology. a qualitative exploratory study - national report – Russian federation // Young children (0-8) and digital technology. — 2015. — P. 410–437. [Russian].
  3. Soldatova G., Shlyapnikov V., Zhurina M. Online threats in children’s and adults’ eyes// Children in the Information society —2015. — No. 21. — P. 44–55. [Russian].
  4. Personal and public: lessons of managing personal data in the Network (part 3)/ G. Soldatova, A. Priezzheva, V. Shlyapnikov, O. Olkina // Children in the Information society — 2015. — No. 21. — P. 62–71. [Russian].
  5. Soldatova G., Shlyapnikov V., Zhurina M. Evolution of online risks: results of five-year work of Kids Online Help Line// Counseling Psychology and Psychiatry — 2015. — Т. 23, No. 3. — P. 50–66. [Russian].
  6. Soldatova G. Selfie – the new word // Children in the Information society — 2015. — No. 21. — P. 1. 
  7. Soldatova G. Strike the gold medium// Children in the Information society — 2015. — No. 20. – P. 1[Russian].
  8. Soldatova G., Olkina O. My fortress // Children in the Information society — 2015. — No. 20. – P. 28-35.  [Russian].
  9. Soldatova G., Olkina O. Disadvantages of openness // Children in the Information society — 2015. — No. 20. – P. 26–47.  [Russian].
  10. Soldatova G., Rasskazova E. Models of experience transfer between generations when mastering and using the Internet // Psychology issues. – 2015. — No. 2. — P. 56–66. [Russian]. 
  11. Soldatova G., Shlyapnikov V. Almost head to head // Children in the Information Society. —2015. — No.19. — p. 44-53.  [Russian].

2014

  1. Soldatova G., Rasskazova E. Security of teenagers in the Internet: risks, copying, and parents’ mediation// National Psychological Magazine. — 2014. — No. 3 (15). — P. 39–51.  [Russian].
  2. Soldatova G., Shlyapnikov V. Do not buy, but download// Children in the Information Society. М., —2014 —No. 18. — p.26-37. [Russian].
  3. Soldatova G., Nestik T., Rasskazova E., Zotova E. Risk Factors// Children in the Information Society. М. — 2014— No. 17. —p. 50-59[Russian].
  4. Soldatova G., Shlyapnikov V. Games, cartoons, and education // Children in the Information Society. М. — 2014. — No. 17. — p.44-47.  Soldatova G., Shlyapnikov V. Online communication; for and against // Potential. Mathematics. Physics. Computer Science. M., 2014, No. 8[Russian].
  5. Soldatova G., Rasskazova E. Psychological factors teenager’s security on the Internet: role of copying behavior and parents’ mediation//RHSF Bulletin. M. —2014—No. 2(75). — p. 126-134. [Russian].
  6. Soldatova G., Rasskazova E., Zotova E. Area of irresponsibility // Children in the Information Society. М. —2014— No. 16. —p. 44–53.  [Russian].
  7. Soldatova G., Zotova E., Rasskazova E. Digital competence of schoolchildren and their parents // Guide for the Form Master. 2014— No. 5. — p. 36-43. [Russian].
  8. Soldatova G. Is the Internet good or bad for child’s development? Guide for the Form Master. 2014— No. 3, p.42-49. [Russian].
  9. Soldatova G., Zotova E., Rasskazova E. Big difference // Children in the Information Society. М., 2014, No. 15. — p. 51–61.  [Russian].
  10. Soldatova G. Following the readers // Children in the Information Society. М. —2014. — No. 15. — p. 1. [Russian].

2013

  1. Soldatova G., Zotova E. Coping with online risks: The experience of Russian schoolchildren //Journal of Children and Media —Volume 7 — Issue 1— 2013— p. 44–59. [Russian].
  2. Soldatova G., Nestik T., Rasskazova E., Zotova E. Digital competence of Russian teenagers and their parents: structure and diagnostics// Ideas of Tikhomirova O. and Brushlinskiy A. and fundamental psychology problems (dedicated to 80th anniversary). Proceedings of Russian Scientific Conference (with participation of foreigners) Moscow May 30 – June 1 2013, p. 282–284. [Russian].
  3. Soldatova G. To be grown-up enough for the Internet // Children in the Information Society. М. —2014, —No. 13. — p. 1 [Russian].
  4. Soldatova G., Zotova E. , Lebesheva M., Shlyapnikov V. Internet: Opportunities, Competences, and Security. Teaching Guide for Educators. P. 1 Lectures. – M.: Guttenberg Book Culture Center, 2013 – 165 p. [Russian].
  5. Soldatova G., Zotova E. , Lebesheva M., Shlyapnikov V. Internet: Opportunities, Competences, and Security. Teaching Guide for Educators. P. 1 Practice. – M.: Guttenberg Book Culture Center, 2013 – 137 p.  [Russian].
  6. Digital competence of teenagers and their parents. Results of the Russian survey. / G. Soldatova, T. Nestik, E. Rasskazova, E. Zotova – M.: Foundation for Internet Development, 2013. – 144 p. [Russian].
  7. Soldatova G. Myths of the digital century // Children in the Information Society. М. — 2013— No. 14— p. 1. [Russian].
  8. Soldatova G. They are different // Children in the Information Society. М. — 2013— No. 14— p. 50–61.  [Russian].
  9. Soldatova G., Rasskazova E. Role of parents in increase of Internet security of the child // Psychology Issues—No 2 March-April 2013— p. 3-15. [Russian].
  10. Soldatova G., Rasskazova E. Excessive use of the Internet: factors and signs// Psychological Magazine. – 2013. – Vol. 34, No. 4 – P. 105-144. [Russian].
  11. Soldatova G., Rasskazova E., Zotova E. Aborigines or citizens? // Children in the Information Society. М. — 2013— No. 13— p. 42-51 [Russian].

2012

  1. Soldatova G. Kinder in Internet: Eine neue Form der Soziabilitat in der Informationsgesellschaft // 14.Potsdamer Begegnungen Die Internet —Gesellschaft-Verheibung oder Verirrung? Potsdam, Staatskanzlei 18.-19 Juni 2012 [German].
  2. Soldatova G., Zotova E. EU Kids Online: National perspectives:Russia// Kids Online: National perspectives. Oslo. 2012. October. P.55-56
  3. Zhurina M, Yarmina A. When you are short of words // Children in the Information Society. М. — 2012, № 10. —p. 46–57.  [Russian].
  4. Soldatova G., Zotova E. Aggressors and victims// Children in the Information Society. М. — 2012— №. 11— p. 42–51. [Russian].
  5. Soldatova G. How can we help them? Child on the Internet: to prohibit, to supervise or to explain? // Children in the Information Society. М., —2012— № 10—p. 26-33.  [Russian].
  6. Soldatova G. Alone with everybody // Children in the Information Society. М. —2012— №. 11— p. 60-67. [Russian].
  7. Soldatova G. Useful and safe Internet. Rules of safe use of the Internet for preschool children: method. Guide/ edited by Soldatova G. – M. Federal Institute of Education Development, 2012. - 48 p.  [Russian].
  8. Soldatova G., Zotova E. Strategies of schoolchildren’s copying with cyber bulling // Human in the Information Society: collection of scientific articles based on proceedings of International Research and Training Conference May 31 – June 1, 2012 / edited by A. Voyskunskiy, Dubovoy. – Penza: Belinskiy PSPU, 2012, p. 59-64[Russian].
  9. Soldatova G., Lebesheva M. Risks of information online socialization and health of the younger generation (proceedings) // V Congress of Russian Psychological Society, Russian Nonprofit Organization. Proceedings of Congress participants: Russian Psychological Society, 2012-448 p., p.438-439[Russian].
  10. Soldatova G., Roggendorf P. Risks of the information society: types and possible consequences // Human in the Information Society: collection of scientific articles based on proceedings of International Research and Training Conference May 31 – June 1, 2012 / edited by A. Voyskunskiy, Dubovoy. – Penza: Belinskiy PSPU, 2012, p. 214-217[Russian].
  11. Soldatova G., Roggendorf P., Seregina V. Kids Online Help Line – psychological assistance provided to children and teenagers facing Internet risks / V Congress of Russian Psychological Society, Russian Nonprofit Organization. Proceedings of Congress participants: Russian Psychological Society, 2012 – 448 p., p. 437—438. [Russian].

2011

  1. Soldatova G., Zotova E. Cyber bulling in school settings: difficult online situation and ways of copying // Educational Policy, M. —№ 5 (55) — 2011. [Russian].
  2. Soldatova G., Zotova E. Russian and European Schoolchildren: risks of the digital generation / Internet in figures, M. — № 3 (7) — 2011[Russian].
  3. Soldatova G. Russian Schoolchildren: Challenges and Risks of Online Socialization // Children, Youth and Media in the World, №1—2011.  [Russian].
  4. Soldatova G., Zotova E., Chekalina A., Caught by one net: social and psychological survey of children’s and adults’ vision of the Internet Edited by G. Soldatova.- М., 2011.- Foundation for Internet Development. [Russian].
  5. Soldatova G., Nestik T. Youth on the Network: power and weakness of the social capital// Educational Policy. M. — 2010— № 3-4— p. 24—40. [Russian].
  6. Shlyapnikov V., Player // Children in the Information Society. М— 2011— №. 9 —p. 38 – 43 [Russian].
  7. Soldatova G., Rasskazova E. I did not eat and sleep because of the Internet. Dependency or a new way of life? // Children in the Information Society. М. —2011— №. 9 —p. 22—29. [Russian].
  8. Soldatova G., Lebesheva M. Dangerous curiosity. How and who visits websites carrying threats for schoolchildren’s health // Children in the Information Society. М. —2011— № 8. —p. 46—55.  [Russian].
  9. Soldatova G., Volkova P., Seregina V. Emergency aid in cyber space // Children in the Information Society. М. — 2011— №. 7—p.56—62.  [Russian].

2010

  1. Soldatova G., Kropaleva E. How do schoolchildren perceive the Internet // Guide of the Form Master, M., No. 7, 2010, p. 11-17 [Russian].
  2. Soldatova G., Kropaleva E. Special features of Russian schoolchildren as Internet users // Internet in Education. Proceedings of International Scientific and Training Virtual Conference, October 12, 2009 – April 1, 2010 M.: SGU Publishing House, 2010, p. 475-489 [Russian].
  3. Soldatova G., Nestik T., Shlyapnikov V. I have experienced cyber bulling and grooming firsthand // Children in the Information Society. М., 2014, No. 15. p. 60–65 [Russian].
  4. Nestik T. Youth in the Network: power and weakness of the social capital // Educational Policy. М., 2010, No. 3—4, p. 24—40 [Russian].
  5. Shlyapnikov V. Age of casual relationships // Children in the Information Society. М., М., 2010, No. 5, p. 38—43 [Russian].
  6. Soldatova G., Kropaleva E. Togerther before the screen.// Children in the Information Society. М., 2010, No. 5, p. 48—55. [Russian].
  7. Soldatova G., Kropaleva E. , Gostimskaya O. Caught by one net.// Children in the Information Society. М., 2010, No. 3, p. 36—43  [Russian] 

Team

Soldatova 2019

Galina Soldatova is Professor of the Faculty of Psychology, Lomonosov Moscow State University, and corresponding fellow at the Russian Academy of Education. She is the director of the Foundation for Internet Development and leads Russian team in EU KIDS ONLINE. She coordinated the research projects "My Safe Net 2009" and "Russian Kids Online 2010-11", "Digital competence of Russian teenagers and their parents 2013", "Study of Personal Data usage and online Privacy among Russian schoolchildren 2016", "Young Children (0-8) and Digital Technology", "Love and friendship among Russian adolescents 2016-2017", "Generation Z: information and communication technologies as a cultural tool for the development of higher mental functions", "Digital socialization in the cultural-historical perspective: intragenerational and intergenerational analysis" and etc. She is a chief editor of the journal "Children in the Information Society". Research interests include cross-cultural psychology, psychology of tolerance and xenophobia, identity development, psychology of the internet and digital socialization of children and adolescents. 

Photo Rasskazova

Elena Rasskazova is a professor assistant of Department of Faculty of Psychology, Lomonosov Moscow State University, and leading research fellow of International Laboratory of Positive Psychology of Personality and Motivation, National Research University Higher School of Economics, She completed her Ph.D in Clinical Psychology. Her special interests are health psychology, self-regulation and its disorders, self-regulation and coping in Internet use and quantitative methods.

Chigarkova 2019

Svetlana Chigarkova is a junior researcher and PhD student in the Department of Personality Psychology, Lomonosov Moscow State University. She is a member of several research projects devoted to various psychological aspects of the Internet use "Digital generation of Russia: user Internet activity and personality formation" (2012-2013), "Digital competence models for different types of Internet users" (2014-2016), "Generation Z: information and communication technologies as a cultural tool for the development of higher mental functions" (2017-2019), "Digital socialization in the cultural-historical perspective: intragenerational and intergenerational analysis" (2018-2020). Her special interests are intercultural communication, intercultural competence, interethnic relations, psychological aspects of Internet use, digital socialization.

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Polina Roggendorf (Volkova) is a psychologist at the Foundation for Internet Development and a PhD student at the Moscow State University. She participated as a research team member in the research project "Russian Kids Online 2010-11". Her interests include emotional intelligence, emotions, online risks, coping and online communication.

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Maria Rtishcheva (Zhurina) is a psychologist at the Foundation for Internet Development. She is a commissioning editor of the journal "Children in the Information Society". She is interested in the topic of safer internet for children and young people.

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Alina Yarmina is a psychologist at the Foundation for Internet Development. She  was PhD student at Lomonosov Moscow State University. Title of her PhD Thesis is “Сhoosing roles in a situation bullying and cyberbullying: personality characteristics”. She participated as a research team member in the research project "Study of Personal Data usage and online Privacy among Russian schoolchildren" (2016), "Love and friendship among Russian adolescents" (2016-2017) and etc.

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Oxana Teslavskaia (Olkina) is a psychologist at the Foundation for Internet Development and PhD student at the Institute of Psychology of Russian Academy of Sciences. She participated as a research team member in several projects devoted to Russian kids’ online safety – "Study of Personal Data usage and online Privacy among Russian schoolchildren" (2016), "Love and friendship among Russian adolescents" (2016-2017), etc. Since 2016, she is a Russian team coordinator of the European project "Young Children (0-8) and Digital Technology".

Ilyukhina 2019

Svetlana Ilyukhina is a psychologist at the Foundation for Internet Development and commissioning co-editor of the journal «Children in the Information Society». She is interested in researching the issues of communication mediated by the Internet and social media, and the intersection of online and offline worlds.

Dreneva 2019

Anna Dreneva is a researcher in the Foundation for Internet Development and a psychologist in Lomonosov Moscow State University. She also works as a coordinator of Kids Online help line. She is interested in the topics of media multitasking, parental mediation and safer internet for children.

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Contact

Galina Soldatova
Foundation for Internet Development
Moscow, Presnensky val, 17.
Tel./fax +7 499 702 83 43,

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