British parents more worried their children will suffer online bullying than those in other European countries, research

phys.org | 7/6/2016 | Staff
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Two-thirds of parents in Britain are worried that their children will become the victim of online bullying, see violent or pornographic images or have their digital identity stolen online.

A survey found that 66 percent thought it was 'likely' or 'very likely' that their children would be exposed to these online harms, a higher proportion than in other European countries.

Professor - Giuseppe - Veltri - University - Trento

Professor Giuseppe Veltri, of the University of Trento, Italy, interviewed 6,400 parents with children aged 6-14 in eight countries—800 each in France, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, Poland, Italy, Sweden and the UK.

He told the European Sociological...
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