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
Country Factsheet Norway
National safe use center
On privacy & personal information
On digital bullying
Staksrud, E. (2010). EU Kids Online results on Social Networking Sites. Paper presented at the Safer Internet Forum Luxembourg October, 2010.
Norwegian research team
Elisabeth Staksrudis a researcher at the Dept. of media and communication at the University of Oslo, researching digital risks, rights and regulations. She has a long international track record in practical policy, awareness and dissemination work on Internet safety, and have coordinated several EU funded awareness projects. See http://www.hf.uio.no/imk/personer/vit/estaksru/index.html
Birgit Hertzberg Kaare
Birgit Hertzberg Kaare, Dr.philos, professor, Department of media and communication, University of Oslo has been Professor of media studies since 2005 and professor of Culture Studies from 1995 to 2005. She has taken part in the projects Digital Childhood led by SINTEF ICT and "MEDIATIZED STORIES. Mediation perspectives on digital storytelling among youth".
Ingunn Hagen is a Professor in Media and Communication Psychology, Department of Psychology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). Her research includes such fields such as audience reception studies, political communication, consumption of popular culture, young people and new media, and recently children and consumption.
Jørgen Kirksæther is a games researcher, and has worked on Internet Safety and electronic media policy issues for the last 15 years through the Norwegian Media Authority and the SAFT, Awareu and NONO projects. He is currently an adviser to the University of Oslo, on EC policy and project managementNational reports.
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)
Dept. of Media and Communication,
University of Oslo
Boks 1093 Blindern,