The world of children – their values, fears and rights, ipsos

The current "GEOlino UNICEF Children Values ​​Monitor" allows insights into the world of German children and their parents. In addition to values ​​that are particularly important to the children, the monitor also asks about their fears and rights.

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  • Erika Bethke Associate Manager, Ipsos Connect

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As part of the research project "GEOlino UNICEF Children Values ​​Monitor" For the representative survey at the end of 2013 and the beginning of 2014, a total of 1,012 children aged six to 14 years and their parents living with them were interviewed (2006, 2008 and 2010) (UNICEF 2010; UNICEF 2014). Because in the current study for the first time also the Fathers were interviewed to get a more complete picture of the family. The focus of the survey was, as in previous years, the determination of relevant values ​​and basic attitudes of children and their parents.

This article explores the questions of which different values ​​children guide, which are important to them and whether these values ​​have changed over time. It also looks at the parents’ perspectives and whether they differ from those of the children.

The entire article is available for download.

He is in "Future with children, future for children – The UNICEF report on the situation of children in Germany in a European context" published.
(Ed. Prof. Dr. Hans Bertram; Budrich Verlag, 2017)

The entire "GEOlino UNICEF Children Values ​​Monitor" Is there … here.


Author (s)

  • Erika Bethke Associate Manager, Ipsos Connect


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