Reports

Network Reports

Net Children Go Mobile Final Report (with country fact sheets) – November 2014 
Mascheroni, G., & Cuman, A., (2014). Net Children Go Mobile: Final Report (with country fact sheets). Deliverables D6.4 and D5.2. Milano: Educatt.

European children and their carers’ understanding of use, risks and safety issues relating to convergent mobile media (D4.1) – October 2014
Haddon, L., & Vincent, J., (2014). European children and their carers’ understanding of use, risks and safety issues relating to convergent mobile media. Milano: Educatt.

Cross-national comparisons report (D3.3) – July 2014
Mascheroni, G., & Ólafsson, K., (2014). Net Children Go Mobile: cross-national comparisons. Milano: Educatt.

Full findings report – May 2014 (with new data from Belgium and Portugal)
Mascheroni, G. and Ólafsson, K. (2014). Net Children Go Mobile: risks and opportunities. Second edition. Milano: Educatt.

Full findings report – February 2014
Mascheroni, G. and Ólafsson, K. (2014). Net Children Go Mobile: risks and opportunities. Milano: Educatt.

1st Report of Initial Findings
Mascheroni, G. & Ólafsson, K. (2013). Mobile internet access and use among European children. Initial findings of the Net Children Go Mobile project. Milano: Educatt.  (Colour version)

Mascheroni, G. & Ólafsson, K. (2013). Mobile internet access and use among European children. Initial findings of the Net Children Go Mobile project. Milano: Educatt. (B&W version)


Country reports

The UK qualitative report
Haddon, L. and Vincent, J. (2015). UK children’s experience of smartphones and tablets: perspectives from children, parents and teachers. LSE, London: Net Children Go Mobile

The Italian report
Mascheroni, G., & Ólafsson, K. (2015). Net Children Go Mobile: Il report italiano. Milano: OssCom, Università Cattolica.

The Irish report
O’Neill, B. & Dinh, T. (2015). Net Children Go Mobile: Full findings from Ireland. Dublin: Dublin Institute of Technology.

The Romanian report
Velicu, A., Mascheroni, G. și Ólafsson, K. (2014). Riscuri și oportunități în folosirea internetului mobil de
către copiii din România. Raportul proiectului Net Children Go Mobile. București: Ars Docendi.

The Portuguese Report
Simões, J., Ponte, C., Ferreira, E., Doretto, J., & Azevedo, C. (2014). Crianças e Meios Digitais Móveis em Portugal: Resultados Nacionais do Projeto Net Children Go Mobile. Lisbon: CESNOVA

The Belgian Report
Vandoninck, S., D’Haenens, L. and Ichau, E.. (2014). Net Children go Mobile. Rapport België

The UK Report: A comparative report
Livingstone, S., Haddon, L., Vincent, J., Mascheroni, G. and Ólafsson, K. (2014). Net Children Go Mobile: The UK Report. London: London School of Economics and Political Science.

Report of initial findings from Ireland
O’Neill, B. & Dinh, T. (2014). Net Children Go Mobile: initial findings from Ireland. Dublin: Dublin Institute of Technology.


Thematic reports

Net Children Go Mobile & EU Kids Online joint report
Livingstone, S., Mascheroni, G., Olafsson, K., Haddon, L. (2014). Children’s online risks and opportunities: comparative findings of EU Kids Online and Net Children Go mobile. November 2014.

Policy recommendations 
Barbovschi, M., O’Neill, B., Velicu, A. & Mascheroni, G., (2014). Policy Recommendations. Report D5.1. Milano: Net Children Go Mobile.

Policy implications
Haddon, L. (2015). The limits to children’s use of smartphones. London, LSE: Media Policy Blog.