Survey on the condition of children and adolescents in Italy (2011)

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The National Survey on the Condition of Childhood and Adolescence, carried out by Eurispes and Telefono Azzurro, reached its twelfth edition in 2011. The research provides a snapshot of the attitudes, ideas and behaviour of children and adolescents. Moreover, it identifies the changes that have taken place over the last year and grasping the most recent trends affecting young Italians. To provide the most comprehensive picture of the condition of the youngest, the survey also interviewed their parents for the first time this year.

The survey focused on family, media and new technologies, free time, school, at-risk behaviour, bullying and cyberbullying.

The survey, which was carried out thanks to the contribution of schools throughout the Country, , also included children’s parents, in addition to a sample of 12-18 year olds, so the results make it possible to compare the views of adolescents and their families.

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Index

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Introduction
Teaching children, learning from children
by Ernesto Caffo, President of SoS Il Telefono Azzurro Onlus and Gian Maria Fara, President of Eurispes

Children’s opinions
Between solidarity and freedom
New media
Video games
Aspects of social life
School
Bullying
Piercings, tattoos and cosmetic surgery
At-risk behaviour

Parents’ opinions
Parents past and present
Electronic tools
Video games
School and bullying
Risky behaviour

Comparing parents and children
Parent Child Relationship
Video games
School
Bullying
Risky behaviour

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Introduzione

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Teaching children, learning from children

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