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Information science (social aspects)
Net Children Go Mobile is a two-year research project funded under the European Commission’s Safer Internet Programme. Seven countries participate: Demark, Italy, Romania, United Kingdom, Ireland, Portugal and Belgium.
The project uses quantitative and qualitative methodologies to investigate access and use, risks and opportunities of mobile internet use. This report presents the initial findings of the survey of children and young people’s use of mobile internet technologies in Ireland. 500 9-16 year olds were interviewed face-to-face in their homes. The fieldwork was carried out in Ireland by Ipsos MRBI in November and December 2013.
O’Neill, B., & Dinh, T. (2014). Net Children Go Mobile. Initial findings from Ireland. Retrieved from http://www.netchildrengomobile.eu/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/NCGM_Ireland_initialfindingsreport_complete_new-1.pdf doi:10.21427/D7DW4D