Over 60% of minors use short videos

With the development and popularization of mobile networks and intelligent terminals, short video users are showing a rising trend, and are becoming more and more popular in the network use of minors. This also brings greater challenges to the network protection of minors. According to the survey report released by China Youth Research Center, nearly 70% of minors have used short videos, and less than 10% of them often use short videos. More than 30% of minors think that the youth model is useless, and more than 20% of minors often report bad information in short videos. The survey found that 65.6% of minors used short videos and 34.4% did not use short videos. Group comparison found that girls were 4.2 percentage points higher than boys; urban minors were 3.8 percentage points higher than Rural Minors; junior high school students had a higher proportion of using short videos, junior high school students had the highest proportion, and grade four students used short videos the lowest proportion. < / P > < p > What are the channels of minors’ initial exposure to short videos? According to the survey, the primary channel for minors to learn about short videos is others’ recommendation, followed by active experience, followed by advertising. The proportion of media push such as microblog is not high. It can be seen that minors are more affected by others when they contact with short videos. < p > < p > the survey found that most of the time juveniles use short videos are on rest days and holidays, with a proportion of nearly 60%, followed by more than half of them except before going to bed, between homework and going to and from school. These two periods are the main time for minors to use short videos. In addition, it’s also important for adults to use a short period of time before going to bed. At the same time, the survey also found that the frequency of minors using short video is not high, and most of them use it occasionally or sometimes. According to the data, less than 10% of minors often use short videos or live broadcast, and nearly 30% use short videos sometimes, more than 30% occasionally use short videos, and nearly 30% of minors rarely use short videos. < p > < p > the results show that boys use short videos more frequently, while rural students use short videos more frequently. Besides junior three, the proportion of students using short videos “often” and “sometimes” increases gradually with the increase of grade. The low proportion of junior high school students should be closely related to the middle school entrance examination. How do minors view the content of short videos? According to the data, 29.7% of the minors think that most of the short video content is vulgar, 31.4% of the minors think that the youth mode adopted by the short video is of little use, and 54.9% of the minors agree that the use of short video under the age of 14 should be approved by their parents or accompanied by their parents. < / P > < p > for the view that “short video should be used with the consent or company of parents under the age of 14”, 66.3% of primary school students agree with this view, which is nearly 11% higher than junior high school students and more than 20% higher than senior high school students. < / P > < p > “if you see bad information on the short video, will you report it or resist it?” According to the survey, 18.3% of minors said “no”, 26.4% said “often”, 22.6% said “occasionally”, and 32.8% said “as the case may be”. It can be seen that only more than 20% of the minors who resolutely report or boycott the bad information. < p > < p > by comparing different groups of minors, it is found that the proportion of boys who “often” report bad information is higher, which is 6.1 percentage points higher than that of girls. The proportion of Urban Minors choosing “regular meeting” is 1.8 percentage points higher than that of Rural Minors. The proportion of junior high school students choosing “regular meeting” is the highest, with an average of 28.7%. < / P > < p > in the use of short videos, how can we make the youth model more effective? How to prevent primary and secondary school students from contacting or downloading unhealthy short videos? Is the privacy protocol of short video account easy for minors to understand? Do primary and secondary school students hide their location information by default when uploading pictures or videos? These problems need to be solved better. Only when the whole society establishes the concept of “child friendly” and starts from the characteristics and laws of children, can we provide more support and service to minors and parents in policy-making, and produce more responsible cultural products for minors in terms of product development. < / P > < p > in terms of the supervision of short video platform and the protection of minors, only policies are not enough, and supporting measures are needed to effectively improve the supervision and service ability of the government. For example, how to balance, coordinate and complement each other? How to mobilize the enthusiasm of minors to choose the mode of teenagers through effective measures? How to promote the close cooperation between academia and industry to better study the characteristics and laws of minors’ media use? What measures can be taken to improve minors’ ability to avoid online security risks? 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