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Children, risk and safety on the internetResearch and policy challenges in comparative perspective$
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Sonia Livingstone and Leslie Haddon

Print publication date: 2012

Print ISBN-13: 9781847428837

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: January 2013

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781847428837.001.0001

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Agents of mediation and sources of safety awareness: a comparative overview

Agents of mediation and sources of safety awareness: a comparative overview

(p.219) Seventeen Agents of mediation and sources of safety awareness: a comparative overview
Children, risk and safety on the internet

Dominique Pasquier

José Alberto Simões

Elodie Kredens

Policy Press

This chapter compares the articulation between agents of mediation. Five different types of mediation are considered: active mediation of child's use, active mediation of child's internet safety, restrictive mediation, monitoring, and technical mediation of child's internet use. Data show that parents are the main mediation agents in all countries, but the role of teachers appear to be very important, especially in northern European countries, and for older adolescents. Those adults mainly give restrictive rules or advice about safety. On the opposite side, peers appear to play a major role when seeking social support, whatever the type of risk.

Keywords:   Parental mediation, Peer social support, Teacher mediation, Child internet use

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