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Families Wanted to Participate in Study

Families Wanted to Participate in Study

A new study of the Hans-Bredow-Institut and the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg will examine the significance of digital media for adolescents' growing up and relationship building. For this project, we are looking for families from Hamburg or Nuremberg and the surrounding area who would like to participate in the study and the interviews related to it. 

About the Study

Nowadays, children grow up with a variety of (digital) media offerings. There are always new devices and opportunities to use them that shape the lives of adolescents and play a role in the everyday life of families and schools. This raises many questions.
  • How do they deal with this constantly changing media offering?
  • What changes in transitional phases, such as the transition to primary school?
  • What influence do media have on the growing up of children? 
The project takes a closer look at these questions by looking at family life and media use over a longer period of time.

That Is What We Are Going to Do

We are looking for families in and around Hamburg or Nuremberg
  • who have a child that just started school
  • or just transferred from primary school to secondary school.
In qualitative interviews we would like to talk to both the child and one of his parents. The families will be accompanied for several years and interviewed at home at regular intervals. The first two surveys are scheduled for autumn 2018 and autumn 2019.

As a thank-you for their participation in the project, the families receive a small expense allowance.

Would You Like to Participate?

If you are interested in participating in the study, please send your email to Dipl.-Päd. Marcel Rechlitz by 15 October 2018.

You find further informationen about the project as well as the contact information on the website www.conkids.de.
Informationen available as pdf.
Dipl.Päd. Marcel Rechlitz
Tel: (+49 40) 450 217 39
E-Mail: [email protected]
(26 September 2018)


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