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Uwe Hasebrink

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Combining Old and New: Patterns of Media Use across Legacy and Online Media in Germany digital
formato: Articolo | COMUNICAZIONI SOCIALI - 2020 - 1. Legacy Media Reloaded
Anno: 2020
With the emergence of the Internet over the last decades, people have access to a wide variety of media content as never before, leading to multiple new media consumption practices. As people integrate new means of communication into their everyday lives, this necessarily leads to questions concerning the relationship between legacy media and digital media. By analyzing representative survey data of adult Internet users in Germany collected in the collaborative research project “The Peoples’ Internet” (PIN), the present study examined media repertoires from a holistic perspective...
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Come imparare dal confronto internazionale del comportamento online dei bambini digital
formato: Articolo | COMUNICAZIONI SOCIALI - 2009 - 3. Crescere online. Uno sguardo cross-culturale sui rischi e le opportunità di Internet per i minori in Europa
Anno: 2009
RÉSUMÉ Dans le cadre du projet EU Kids Online, le réseau de recherche a mis au point une méthode pour tester des hypothèses dans une ambiance cross-culturelle basée uniquement sur les recherches existantes. L’objectif était de tirer des conclusions significatives à propos des similitudes et des différences de comportement des enfants en ligne qui vont au-delà de la simple description de ce qui se passe dans les différents pays. À cette fin, le groupe a travaillé sur une collecte systématique de données, guidée par la théorie à niveau de pays, qui a ensuite été analysée par thèmes et soumise à une série de mesures d’assurance de qualité. Les résultats de l’analyse ont conduit à une importante contribution aux connaissances de base sur le comportement des enfants en ligne, à un coût nettement inférieur face à celui d’un projet visé à la collecte directe de données primaires. SUMMARY As part of the EU Kids Online project, the network developed a methodology for hypothesis testing in a crosscultural setting, building only on existing research. The aim was to be able to draw conclusions about commonalities and differences in children’s online behaviour beyond providing only individual country descriptions. In doing so the network relied on a systematic and theory-driven collection of information on a country level, which was then analysed in a thematic way and subjected to a series of quality control measures. The results from the analysis proved a significant contribution to the knowledge base on children’s online behaviour at a substantially lower cost than in a project aiming for the collection of primary data.
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