Adolescents’ Perceptions Of The Applications Used For, Motives For, And Consequences Of Sexting

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This new study, published in the Journal of Youth Studies, highlights a need for practitioners to discuss with teenagers safe ways to engage in so-called 'sexting', the sending of self-made, sexually explicit images sent via mobile phone or computers. The research uncovers a disparity between gendered perceptions of sexting, and what the perceived risks and consequences are. Leadership Briefing 11.04(124)

DATE: 17/11/2016
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