Youth in transition

Mobile Youth

Vídeos digitales

Between 2010 and 2015, the average age at which Spanish children got their first smartphone was under 12 years old (Net Children Go Mobile 2016); today, that average is estimated to be already below 11 years old. Thus, growing up today involves a constant switching between online and offline worlds. In this study, we document the quick expansion of the smartphone among children and adolescents from the Navarra region, and correlate quantity and quality in the use of social media to school performance, relationships at home and school, and other sociodemographic variables.

Research team

Javier García Manglano

Javier García-Manglano
Extension: 802083
Office 2120 (2nd floor ICS)


Charo SádabaCharo Sádaba
Extension: 802292
Office 0710 (Ground floor, Main Library)