Delphi study to identify the young people priorities about digital society
This paper aims to present an advance of the results of the application of the Delphi technique, with the aim of gathering the opinion of experts or stakeholders on the topics of priority interest of young people in Europe, especially on the digital society. It is a work framed within the Horizon 2020 WYRED Project (netWorked Youth Research for Empowerment in the Digital Society). !e WYRED project, and in this specific case the Networking process, aims in bringing together children, young people, other stakeholders and policymakers around Europe. !e Delphi technique is one of the prospective methods that study the future, concerning the evolution of the factors of the techno-socio-economic environment and the interactions between these factors. !e characteristics that define this technique are anonymity, iteration and controlled feedback, and presentation of group data in the statistical form. !e progress of the presented results allows us to corroborate the agreement of experts about the topics that have been raised. According to experts, the concern of youth towards issues related to the digital society does not appear among the first concerns of young people neither in Spain nor the rest of the countries surveyed.