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Germany

EU Kids Online

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Claudia Lampert
Hans Bredow Institute for Media Research
Warburgstr. 8-10
D - 20354 Hamburg
Germany
tel. +49-40-450 217 92
fax +49-40-450 217 99
e-mail: c.lampert@hans-bredow-institut.de|

Prof. Dr. Uwe Hasebrink

UweHasebrink_135x90Prof. Dr. Uwe Hasebrink is the Director of the Hans Bredow Institute and Professor for Empirical Communication Research at the University of Hamburg. His main research interests are audience and reception research and European media and public spheres. He has been a member of the Executive Board of the European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA) since 2004.

Dr. Claudia Lampert

ClaudiaLampert_135x90Dr. Claudia Lampert is a senior researcher at the Hans Bredow Institute with research interests in media socialisation, media-education and media literacy. She is currently working on the role of digital media in the everyday lives of children and adolescents. She is a member of the "Erfurt Netcode" (www.erfurter-netcode.de), which supports quality online websites for children.

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 Germany|

Publications

Hasebrink, U. (2009). Gemeinsamkeiten identifizieren, Unterschiede erklären. Herausforderungen und Ertrag international vergleichender Forschung am Beispiel der Onlinenutzung von Kindern und Jugendlichen. In: Schulz, P.J., Hartung, U., Keller, S. (eds.), Identität und Vielfalt der Kommunikationswissenschaft. Konstanz: UVK, pp. 243-263. 

 

Hasebrink, U. & Lampert, C. (2011). Kinder und Jugendliche im Web 2.0 - Befunde, Chancen und Risiken. [Children and adolescents in the Web 2.0 - Findings, opportunities and risks] Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte, 3, 3-10.

http://www.bpb.de/publikationen/YV1RZ3,0,Kinder_und_Jugendliche_im_Web_2_0_Befunde_Chancen_und_Risiken.html  |

 

Hasebrink, U.; Lampert, C. (2012). Onlinenutzung von Kindern und Jugendlichen im europäischen Vergleich. Ergebnisse der 25-Länder-Studie "EU Kids Online"[Online usebychildrenandadolescents in a European comparison. Resultsofthe EU Kids Online survey]. Media Perspektiven 12, pp. 635-647
http://www.media-perspektiven.de/uploads/tx_mppublications/12-2012_Hasebrink_Lampert.pdf|

 

Lampert, C. (2010). Was machen die anderen? Zur Onlinenutzung von Kindern im europäischen Vergleich. In: B. Fuhs, C. Lampert, & R. Rosenstock (Eds.). Kinder und Jugendliche in virtuellen erfahrungsräumen, Munich, kopäd, 73-83.

 

Paus-Hasebrink, I. & Hasebrink, U. (2011). Vergleichende Forschung als Kooperationsstrategie. Das Beispiel EU Kids Online. (Comparing research as strategy of cooperation. EU Kids Online as an example.) In: Stark, Birgit/ Magin, Melanie/ Maurer, Marcus/ Jandura, Olaf (Hrsg.): Methodische Herausforderungen komparativer Forschungsansätze. Köln: Herbert von Halem-Verlag. 

Presentations

Hasebrink, U. & Lampert, C. (2009). EU Kids Online - Ergebnisse eines europäischen Forschungsverbunds. Paper presented to the Medienforum Northrhine Westphalia on June 24 in Cologne/Germany.

Hasebrink, U. (2010). Die Nutzung sozialer Netzwerke im Internet durch Jugendliche [Young people's use of social networking sites], Paper presented to the 19th Federal Congress for School Psychology on Novemeber 18 in Hameln/Germany.  

Hasebrink, U. (2011). Onlinenutzung und Onlinerisiken von Kindern und Jugendlichen in Europa. Ergebnisse des Projekts EU Kids Online II [Online us and online risks of children and young people in Europe. Findings from the EU Kids Online network]. Paper presented to the Board of the Media Authority of Lower Saxonia on April 6 in Hannover/Germany.

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.

Questionnaire for parent|

Questionnaire for child|

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

Self-completion questionnaire for child (Children age 11-16|

 

 

 

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