The RADD Project is an important, current and topical piece of Australian youth research about harmful technology use in young people’s relationships.
By way of a brief background, overseas research suggests that harmful technology use in young people’s relationships is highly prevalent, but little is known about its impact. Published data on the prevalence and impact of these behaviours in young Australian’s relationships, is non-existent. The RADD project aims to remedy this gap in our knowledge by exploring prevalence and impact in youth in Australia.
The project aims to represent voices of the full spectrum of young people living in Australia, spanning all cultures, urban/regional/rural locations, genders, sexual orientations, and more. More than 250 young people have already completed the survey, but to ensure we understand how harmful technology use impacts the lives of the full spectrum of our youth, the project still needs to hear from more young people living in Australia.
Involvement is easy, 16-24 year olds simply complete an anonymous online survey that takes approximately 15 minutes.
If you’re aged between 16-24, please fill out this important Australian youth survey about technology use in young people’s relationships. It’s online, anonymous and only takes 15 minutes or so. The questions are easy, and your responses are private and will ultimately help to improve the support available to young people. Feel free to share the survey with your friends too. www.RADD.site