132: Vulnerable Young People and Their Experience of Online Risks
Adrienne Katz (Youthworks) and Dr Aiman El Asam (University of Kingston) (February 2018)
A summary of the results of a large scale questionnaire study exploring the digital lives of those who are vulnerable offline compared to those of young people with no difficulties, as well as the relationships between five types of vulnerability and four categories of online risk. Data were collected via the annual Cybersurvey conducted in schools in Suffolk. Responses were obtained from 2988 young people aged 10-16 using an online questionnaire.