How children (10-18) experienced online risks during the Covid-19 lockdown - Spring 2020

: Key findings from surveying families in 11 European countries

Autor(es):
Lobe, B
Comisión Europea Centro Común de Investigación
Series JRC Technical ReportsEditor: Luxembourg : Publications Office of the European Union, 2021Descripción: 50 p. : gráf. ; 1 documento PDFTipo de contenido: texto (visual)
Tipo de medio: electrónico
Tipo de soporte: recurso en línea
ISBN: 978-92-76-29763-5 (PDF); 978-92-76-29762-8 (Print)ISSN: 1831-9434 (PDF); 1018-5593 (Print)Serie normalizada: JRC Technical ReportsTema(s): Sociedad digital | Europa | COVID-19 | niños | medios digitales | encierro | posibilidades | interacción | riesgosRecursos en línea: Acceso al documento Resumen: COVID-19 pandemic impacted the lives of most children in Europe dramatically. The lockdown affecting most European countries in spring 2020 saw the sudden shift of most children's activities into the digital world. Since then, children's schooling, leisure time, social contacts, home life have mostly been conducted at home via digital media. Embracing new tools and services and spending several hours per day online changed dramatically daily schedules. The online world offers opportunities and new possibilities, substituting face-to-face interactions. However, it opens the door to well-known online risks (inappropriate content, overuse, cyberbullying, cyberhate, disinformation, misuse of personal data, cyber-risks, etc.) This report provides a snapshot of how children across Europe perceived and experienced different known online risks during the COVID-19 spring lockdown in eleven countries, and which steps parents and children took to mitigate and cope with these risks. In particular, changes that occurred in children’s online risk experiences during the COVID-lockdown, compared to the situation before the crisis, were identified.
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Bibliografía: p. 44-45

COVID-19 pandemic impacted the lives of most children in Europe dramatically. The
lockdown affecting most European countries in spring 2020 saw the sudden shift of most
children's activities into the digital world. Since then, children's schooling, leisure time,
social contacts, home life have mostly been conducted at home via digital media.
Embracing new tools and services and spending several hours per day online changed
dramatically daily schedules. The online world offers opportunities and new possibilities,
substituting face-to-face interactions. However, it opens the door to well-known online
risks (inappropriate content, overuse, cyberbullying, cyberhate, disinformation, misuse of
personal data, cyber-risks, etc.)
This report provides a snapshot of how children across Europe perceived and experienced
different known online risks during the COVID-19 spring lockdown in eleven countries, and
which steps parents and children took to mitigate and cope with these risks. In particular,
changes that occurred in children’s online risk experiences during the COVID-lockdown,
compared to the situation before the crisis, were identified.

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