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    UK children go online: final report of key project findings

    Bober, Magdalena and Livingstone, Sonia (2005) UK children go online: final report of key project findings. The London School of Economics and Political Science.

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    UK Children Go Online (UKCGO) aims to offer a rigorous and timely investigation of 9-19 year olds’ use of the internet. The project balances an assessment of online risks and opportunities in order to contribute to developing academic debates and policy frameworks for children and young people’s internet use. This report presents the main project findings and recommendations. These are based on a national UK survey conducted face to face with 1,511 children and young people aged 9-19, together with a survey administered to 906 of their parents, and a series of focus group interviews and observations focusing on children’s use of the internet.

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