Foundation for Internet Development
Moscow, Presnensky val, 17.
Tel./fax +7 499 702 83 43
Galina Soldatova is Professor and Vice-Dean of the Department of Psychology, Moscow State University (Lomonosov) and a Corresponding Fellow at the Russian Academy of Education. She is the Director of the Foundation for Internet Development and coordinated the research projects "My Safe Net 2009" and "Russian Kids Online 2010-11". 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 the socialisation of children and adolescents.
Elena Rasskazovais a teaching assistant in the Department of Clinical Psychology, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia. She completed her PhD in Clinical Psychology. Her special interests are health psychology, self-regulation and its disorders, self-regulation and coping in Internet use and quantitative methods.
Ekaterina Zotova is a research psychologist at the Foundation for Internet Development, a research fellow at the Federal Institute of Educational Development and a PhD student at Moscow State University. She participated as a research team member in the research projects "My Safe Net 2009" and "Russian Kids Online 2010-11". Her research interests are identity development, social adaptation and socialization, online communication, coping with online-risks.
Polina Roggendorf 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, online communication.
Maria Lebesheva is a research psychologist, Foundation for Internet Development. She participated as a research team member in the research project "Russian Kids Online 2010-11". Her research interests are online risks and threats, impact of the internet on physical and mental health of children and adolescents.
Marina Geer is a research team member, Foundation for Internet Development. Her scholarly interests include internet safety, virtual education, cultural and emotional intelligence, and cross-cultural communication.
Russian Helpline "Kids Online"
Tel. 8 800 25 000 15
Summary of Russian report
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.