Variable Description

Name
CCXC351
Label
Q18_b: YP feels that the privacy of their personal information is protected by their main social networking site
Dataset
Value Label Frequency % of valid % of all
-9999 Consent withdrawn 0
0.00%
0.00%
-10 Not completed 13,162
0.00%
-1 NS/NA 41
0.00%
1 Strongly Disagree 47
3.05%
0.00%
5 Strongly Agree 445
28.84%
0.00%
Valid Invalid Min Max Mean
1543 13203 1 5 3.87

Representation

Type
Code List
Selection Style
SelectOne
Codes
Aggregation Method
Unspecified
Temporal
False
Geographic
False

Source Questions

18 a-d

34 questions before...

Who do you think will be viewing your main social networking profile in the future? (tick all that apply)

(select all that apply)

1
Friends
2
People in my classes
3
Someone I met at a party
4
Family
5
Teachers or professors
6
School or college administration
7
Employers
8
Law enforcement
9
Government
10
My boyfriend or girlfriend
11
Total strangers
Thinking about the information about yourself on social networking sites:
-

1 - 1:Strongly Disagree

2 - 2

3 - 3

4 - 4

5 - 5:Strongly Agree

I trust that my main social networking site will not use my personal information for any other purpose
I feel that the privacy of my personal information is protected by my main social networking site
I believe most of the profiles I view on my main social networking site are exaggerated to make the person look more appealing
I worry that I will be embarrassed by wrong information others post about me on my main social networking site
Thinking about your main social networking site, how frequently, if ever, do you do the following?
-

1 - 1:Never

2 - 2

3 - 3

4 - 4

5 - 5:Always

Finding out what old friends are doing now
Seeing what people have put as their status
Discovering apps because your friends have added them
Being tagged on photos
Quizzes
Reconnecting with people you have lost touch with
Tagging photos
Using advanced search to look for specific types of people
Maintaining relationships with people you don't get to see often
Applications within the social networking site
Viewing other people's friends
Connecting with people you otherwise would have lost contact with
Communication with likeminded people
Finding people you haven't seen for a while
Looking at the profiles of people you don't know
Contacting friends who are away from home
Sharing / posting photographs
Joining groups
Playing games
Browsing your friend's friends
Updating your own status
Chatting with your friends using an inbuilt chatting tool provided by the social networking site
3 questions after...
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  • ALSPAC Internet Use Questionnaire Dataset - CCXC351
    Q18_b: YP feels that the privacy of their personal information is protected by their main social networking site
    • Thinking about the information about yourself on social networking sites: