[皮尤研究中心] 青少年与网络视频

皮尤研究中心近期发布了他们针对青少年的网络视频使用行为的研究,他们2011年4月7月访问了799名12-17岁的青少年,其中有95%是网民,结果发现:

  • 37%的12-17岁的互联网用户曾使用 Skype、Google Talk 或 iChat 等应用视频聊天;女孩比男孩更喜欢视频聊天
  • 27%的12-17岁的互联网用户曾通过网络拍摄/上传视频;2006年相比男孩比女孩要更喜欢拍视频(男19%;女10%),但现在已经相当(男28%;女26%);
  • 13%的青少年网民曾直播视频供他人观看;
  • 社交媒体用户更有可能参与到所有的视频使用行为中来。

原文题目:Pew: Teens & Online Video

原文OVERVIEW:

In a survey of 799 teens conducted by the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project between April 19 and July 14, 2011, the teens were asked about a number of online behaviors. The results for video-oriented activities are reported here. Among the findings:

  • 37% of internet users ages 12-17 participate in video chats with others using applications such as Skype, Googletalk or iChat. Girls are more likely than boys to have such chats.
  • 27% of internet-using teens 12-17 record and upload video to the internet. One major difference between now and 2006 is that online girls are just as likely these days to upload video as online boys.
  • 13% of internet-using teens stream video live to the internet for other people to watch.
  • Social media users are much more likely than those who do not use social media to engage in all three video behaviors studied.

More:
Video chatting

  • 37% of online teens have video chat conversations with others.
  • Girls are more likely than boys to video chat.
  • Teenagers of different ages are equally likely to video chat.
  • White youth are more likely to video chat than Latino youth.
  • Youth from higher income and higher education families are more likely to video chat than youth from lower income and education households.
  • Frequent internet users, texters and social media users are all more likely to video chat than others.

Recording and uploading video

  • 27% of teen internet users record and upload video to the internet; older teens are more likely to record and upload videos.
  • In a change since 2006, boys and girls are equally likely to record and upload videos.
  • Social media using teens are more likely to shoot and share video.

Streaming video

  • 13% of online teens stream video live to the internet for others to watch. Home broadband users are more likely to stream video live than dial-up users.
  • Social media users are more likely to stream video than others.
  • Other choices that teens make about their online privacy do not relate to their likelihood of streaming video.

May 3, 2012
by Amanda Lenhart
Shooting, sharing, streaming and chatting – social media using teens are the most enthusiastic users of many online video capabilities
Read more from Pew Research Center
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