Inequalities in the home influence children’s digital opportunities

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Parenting for a Digital Future releases the fourth in its series of reports from its nationally representative survey of UK parents of children aged 0-17. This report highlights why digital inequalities matter in our increasingly digitalized and connected world. In this post, Sonia Livingstone and Dongmiao Zhang discuss the major findings from the study, and outline why socio-economic status and parental education are extremely important in shaping children’s digital lives and why.

SOURCE: London School of Economics – Parenting for a Digital Future Blog