National Report of Spain: «A Day in the Digital Lives of 0-3 Year Olds»

Matsumoto, M; Aliagas, C; Morgade, M. and Poveda, D. (2019). National Report of Spain: «A Day in the Digital Lives of 0-3 Year Olds». Papers Infancia_c, nº 22, 1-35

This report summarises the work carried out by researchers in Spain as part of the ‘A Day in the Digital Lives of Children Aged 0–3’ project research of DigiLitEY COST Action (IS1410) Working Group 1 ‘Digital Literacy in Homes and Communities’. 13 families from six European countries participated, and in the case of Spain, two families participated, being recruited one each from Madrid and Barcelona. The research methodology was mainly a qualitative case study approach drawing from the ‘Day in the Life’ approach (DITL) (Gillen et al., 2007; Gillen & Cameron, 2010) – using a combination of interviews, observational field notes and video recordings to collect data – focusing on one day in the life of the child and their family. Additionally, we collected comparable quantitative data in the form of inventories, such as those of technologies available in the home. In this report, we share the findings on the two cases from Spain, following a common report guideline drawn up for the project: 1) a summary of the process of data collection (recruitment, the first visit, the ‘day’, and the final interview); and 2) responses to the research questions. In appendices, additionally, we include the summary or transcription of the interviews with the parents and the inventories of digital devices and activities by the two focal children. Full text: (pdf)

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