The younger the parents in Crimea, the more attention they pay to regulating their children’s Internet activity
Mothers are more likely than fathers to monitor the time their children spend on the Internet. In a survey of a service for finding high-paying jobs SuperJob Parents of children of various age groups from Crimea took part.
Most often, the time children spend on the Internet and playing computer games is regulated by parents of primary schoolchildren (81%). Among parents of children aged 11 to 14 years, 62% of respondents follow the online activity of the younger generation. Timing on the Internet for 15-17 year old sons and daughters is set by only 34% of parents, — noted in the press service of the service.
Mothers regulate children’s Internet activity more often than fathers. The younger the parents, the more principled they are in this matter.
Dates: January 20-30, 2024