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  • 1. Copyright UNICEF Digitial Citizenship and Safety. Project Mgr. Akshay Sinha asinha@unicef.org. Designer Olivier Marie omarie@unicef.org
  • 2. Objective and General Characteristics Digital behavior of Conclusion and Methodology of respondents respondents RecommendationsOverview 1. Objective and Methodology 2. General Characteristics of respondents 3. Digital behavior of respondents 4. Conclusion and RecommendationsDigital Citizenship & Safety
  • 3. Objective and MethodologyCopyright UNICEF Digitial Citizenship and Safety. Project Mgr. Akshay Sinha asinha@unicef.org. Designer Olivier Marie omarie@unicef.org
  • 4. Objective and General Characteristics Digital behavior of Conclusion and Methodology of respondents respondents RecommendationsObjective Understand the digital behavior of adolescents and young people when first interacting on Mxit.Digital Citizenship & Safety
  • 5. Objective and General Characteristics Digital behavior of Conclusion and Methodology of respondents respondents RecommendationsQuestions ✔ Age? ✔ Gender? ✔ What village, town, or city do you live in? ✔ What is your race? ✔ What grade are you in right now, or what was the highest level of education you completed? ✔ What do you do most on MXit? ✔ Have you ever been insulted on MXit by other? If yes, what was the insult about? ✔ Have you ever talked online to people you have never met? ✔ What activity do you do most at home? ✔ What do you talk about MOST in MXit chatrooms? ✔ In chatrooms, what is the most important reason for you to ask for ASLR instead of ASL?Digital Citizenship & Safety
  • 6. Objective and General Characteristics Digital behavior of Conclusion and Methodology of respondents respondents RecommendationsResults ■ Sample Size: 25,876 ■ 11 Questions: 6 Open Ended and 5 Closed Ended. ■ Categorical (both nominal and ordinal) and Quantity Variables (discrete) measured and counted. ■ Open-ended responses were categorized into existing or new categories wherever possible. ■ Responses ranging from nonsense, unrelated, “do not chat”, random words, and indecent/illegal activity type responses were categorized under “Null” and did not impact the %.Digital Citizenship & Safety
  • 7. General Characteristics of respondentsCopyright UNICEF Digitial Citizenship and Safety. Project Mgr. Akshay Sinha asinha@unicef.org. Designer Olivier Marie omarie@unicef.org
  • 8. Objective and General Characteristics Digital behavior of Conclusion and Methodology of respondents respondents RecommendationsAgeDigital Citizenship & Safety
  • 9. Objective and General Characteristics Digital behavior of Conclusion and Methodology of respondents respondents RecommendationsGenderDigital Citizenship & Safety
  • 10. Objective and General Characteristics Digital behavior of Conclusion and Methodology of respondents respondents RecommendationsGeographic composition Eastern Cap 2 335 Free State 1 302 Gauteng 7 774 Kwazulu-Natal 4 039 Limpopo 1 155 Mpumalanga 1 177 North West 1 099 Nothern Cape 624 Western Cape 5 301Digital Citizenship & Safety
  • 11. Objective and General Characteristics Digital behavior of Conclusion and Methodology of respondents respondents RecommendationsEthnicitiesDigital Citizenship & Safety
  • 12. Objective and General Characteristics Digital behavior of Conclusion and Methodology of respondents respondents RecommendationsEducationDigital Citizenship & Safety
  • 13. Digital behavior of respondentsCopyright UNICEF Digitial Citizenship and Safety. Project Mgr. Akshay Sinha asinha@unicef.org. Designer Olivier Marie omarie@unicef.org
  • 14. Objective and General Characteristics Digital behavior of Conclusion and Methodology of respondents respondents RecommendationsMXit Usage HabitsDigital Citizenship & Safety
  • 15. Objective and General Characteristics Digital behavior of Conclusion and Methodology of respondents respondents RecommendationsCyberbullyingDigital Citizenship & Safety
  • 16. Objective and General Characteristics Digital behavior of Conclusion and Methodology of respondents respondents RecommendationsTalking to StrangersHave you ever talked to people you’ve met online ? Digital Citizenship & Safety
  • 17. Objective and General Characteristics Digital behavior of Conclusion and Methodology of respondents respondents RecommendationsBehavior and Activities at HomeDigital Citizenship & Safety
  • 18. Objective and General Characteristics Digital behavior of Conclusion and Methodology of respondents respondents RecommendationsMxit chatrooms subjectsDigital Citizenship & Safety
  • 19. Objective and General Characteristics Digital behavior of Conclusion and Methodology of respondents respondents RecommendationsWhy ASLR?Digital Citizenship & Safety
  • 20. Conclusion and RecommendationsCopyright UNICEF Digitial Citizenship and Safety. Project Mgr. Akshay Sinha asinha@unicef.org. Designer Olivier Marie omarie@unicef.org
  • 21. Objective and General Characteristics Digital behavior of Conclusion and Methodology of respondents respondents RecommendationsEmergingSynthesis trendsDigital Citizenship & Safety