European evidence database

EU Kids Online

This is a database of European research on children and young people's online activities, risks and safety.

Video| explaining the database. This database contains over 1,500 entries.

You can search for information about recent studies to discover their focus, methodology, main findings and publications.

The database was produced by EU Kids Online for researchers, stakeholders and the public according to our collection policy|. Email us at| if you know  of further studies to include.

Enter any keywords, for example, 'parent' or 'Austria' or 'mobile'.

Query operators permit greater control:

  • Use double quotes to search for a phrase: e.g. "European Union"
  • Prefix words with + or ? to include or exclude keywords: e.g. +europe or ?europe
  • Use * as a wildcard: e.g. safe* (for safe and safety)
  • Use square brackets to match at least one word: e.g. [lawyer barrister solicitor]
  • Basic stemming occurs for plurals (e.g. parent and parents). More complex stems (e.g. Europe and European) should be searched explicitly with keyword(s) and operators.
    1 - 10 of 133 search results for United Kingdom

  1. The internet in Britain. The Oxford Internet Survey (OxIS)

    Country: United Kingdom (UK)

  2. Teens Take User-Generated Content and Social Networking to Go

    Countries: France (FR) Germany (DE) Spain (ES) United Kingdom (UK) Italy (IT), United States (US)

  3. Norton Online Family Report 2011

    Countries: Italy (IT) Australia (AU) Brazil (BR) Canada (CA) China (CN) Germany (DE) Spain (ES) France (FR) India (IN) Japan (JP) New Zealand (NZ) Sweden (SE) United Kingdom (UK) United States (US) Belgium (BE) Denmark (DK) Netherlands (NL)

  4. M:Metrics: Teens Take User; Generalted Content and Social Networking to Go

    Countries: France (FR) Germany (DE) Spain (ES) United Kingdom (UK) United States (US) Italy (IT)

  5. Young “netizens” creating public citizenship in cyberspace

    Countries: Hong Kong (HK) Finland (FI) United Kingdom (UK)

  6. Information literacy of teachers and pupils in secondary schools

    Country: United Kingdom (UK)

  7. Trends: Young people and leisure 1983; 2005

    Country: United Kingdom (UK)

  8. The national bullying survey 2006

    Country: United Kingdom (UK)

  9. MSN cyberbullying report

    Country: United Kingdom (UK)

  10. Children with special educational needs - internet safety concerns

    Country: United Kingdom (UK)

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