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MIKE 2017

People

Leaders

Süss Daniel, ZHAW

(Responsible)

Benecchi E.

(Co-Responsable USI)

Hibberd M.

(Co-Responsable USI)

Collaborators

Bory P.

(Collaborator)

Dagnino G.

(Collaborator)

Abstract

Under the project management of Prof. Daniel Süss, School of Applied Psychology at the Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW), the MIKE study investigates the media usage behaviour of primary-school-age children living in Switzerland.

Alongside the global analyses of the media behaviour and leisure-time behaviour of parents and children, the following grouping characteristics are taken into account: age, gender, linguistic region, migrant background, socioeconomic status (SES), parents’ education, degree of urbanity and family size. The MIKE study provides scientifically reliable and representative data for authorities, institutions and private individuals who deal with children.

At USI the project is conducted by a team of researchers of IMeG, the Institute of Media and Journalism: Eleonora Benecchi, Post-Doc and lecturer in digital cultures, Gloria Dagnino and Paolo Bory, post-docs.

Additional information

Start date
01.01.2017
End date
01.01.2018
Duration
12 Months
Funding sources
Status
Ended

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