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Trinity College Dublin Project - Adolescents' Well-Being (Survey for Parents)

Link to TCD Research Survey

Giampiero Tarantino is a Research Fellow at the Department of Sociology at Trinity College Dublin. His research team, led by Dr Pablo Gracia, is conducting a large project named DIGYMATEX, funded by the European Commission. The project aims to understand how adolescents engage in digital activities and how we can promote beneficial forms of digital use for their well-being. The project focuses on young people aged 12 to 18 years old and aims at increasing their digital autonomy and self-efficacy to promote their positive feelings and overall performance.

Giampiero and his team are collecting data through an online survey. Parents are asked to take the survey (see link below). Parental assistance is essential to develop a programme that will help to promote teenagers' healthy engagement with mobile devices.

Link to TCD Research Survey


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