BARBOVSCHI, Monica and Bianca FIZESAN. CREATIVE INTERNET USES – DIFFERENCES IN DIGITAL ENGAGEMENT AMONG ADOLESCENTS IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE. In IADIS E-Society Conference. IADIS E-Society 2013 conference Lisbon. 1st ed. Lisbon: IADIS, 2013. p. 123-127. ISBN 978-972-8939-82-3.
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Original name CREATIVE INTERNET USES – DIFFERENCES IN DIGITAL ENGAGEMENT AMONG ADOLESCENTS IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE
Authors BARBOVSCHI, Monica (642 Romania, guarantor, belonging to the institution) and Bianca FIZESAN (642 Romania).
Edition 1. vyd. Lisbon, IADIS E-Society 2013 conference Lisbon, p. 123-127, 5 pp. 2013.
Publisher IADIS
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Original language English
Type of outcome Proceedings paper
Field of Study 50100 5.1 Psychology and cognitive sciences
Country of publisher Greece
Confidentiality degree is not subject to a state or trade secret
Publication form storage medium (CD, DVD, flash disk)
RIV identification code RIV/00216224:14230/13:00067684
Organization unit Faculty of Social Studies
ISBN 978-972-8939-82-3
Keywords in English digital divide; internet
Tags children, digital divide, internet
Tags International impact, Reviewed
Changed by Changed by: Dr. Monica Barbovschi, učo 119157. Changed: 2. 4. 2014 14:40.
Abstract
Drawing on the EU Kids Online data, this article aims to emphasize how the differences in Internet use of adolescents in Central and Eastern Europe (Poland, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria) persist in spite of their incorporation of the internet in their everyday life. The findings show that once children use the internet on a daily basis, demographic variables do not account for difference in use, but other factors fuel ‘silent inequalities’, which in turn reinforce already existing inequalities, digital and social. Adolescents who are online for more years, use the internet for a larger amount of time, have internet access from their bedroom, or are more skilled are more likely to engage in creative activities and therefore to undertake a wider range of online opportunities. Parental education (which also predicts parental digital literacy) influences the likelihood of children engaging in creative internet activities both in direct and indirect ways.
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EE2.3.20.0184, research and development projectName: Vytvoření interdisciplinárního týmu v oblasti výzkumu internetu a nových médií
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