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  1. 17 reads Language Dutch This article states that the taking, sending or forwarding of sexually suggestive images (sexting) can have social, psychological and legal consequences and should be recognized as a public health issue: 'Teens need to be awar ...

    This article states that the taking, sending or forwarding of sexually suggestive images (sexting) can have social, psychological and legal consequences and should be recognized as a public health issue:'Teens need to be aware that they can be arrested, charged and convicted for possessing and distributing child pornography, even when the pornography they are sending is of themselves.'And:'Health care professionals caring for teens should recognize that sexting is a public health issue. Health care professionals need to become better informed about the issue so that they can comfortably include questions about sexting in their teen health visits, and integrate discussions on safe and responsible online and cell phone activity. Most importantly, health care professionals need to speak with teens and their families about the risks and potential consequences of sexting. Addressing these issues may prevent a teen from finding him- or herself in a compromising position.'

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  2. 14 Taal Nederlands This study aimed to examine the prevalence of sexting behaviors (sexually explicit messages and/or pictures) among an at-risk sample of early adolescents as well as the associations between sexting behaviors and sexual beh ...

    This study aimed to examine the prevalence of sexting behaviors (sexually explicit messages and/or pictures) among an at-risk sample of early adolescents as well as the associations between sexting behaviors and sexual behaviors, risk-related cognitions, and emotional regulation skills. It also aimed to determine whether differences in risk were associated with text-based versus photo-based sexts.Twenty-two percent of the sample reported having sexted in the past 6 months; sexual messages were endorsed by 17%, sexual messages and photos by 5%. Pictures were endorsed significantly more often by females and Latinos. Sexting of any kind was associated with higher rates of engaging in a variety of sexual behaviors, and sending photos was associated with higher rates of sexual activity than sending text messages only. This article concludes that sexting behavior (both photo and text messages) was not uncommon among middle school youth and co-occurred with sexual behavior. The given data suggest that phone behaviors, even flirtatious messages, may be an indicator of risk. Clinicians, parents, and health programs should discuss sexting with early adolescents.

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  3. 20 reads Language Dutch This report represents a national survey which is conducted on cell phone owners from ages 12-17. The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project found that 4% of cell-owning teens ages 12-17 say they have sent ...

    This report represents a national survey which is conducted on cell phone owners from ages 12-17. The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project found that 4% of cell-owning teens ages 12-17 say they have sent sexually suggestive nude or nearly nude images of themselves to someone else via text messaging. And 15% of cell-owning teens ages 12-17 say they have received sexually suggestive nude or nearly nude images of someone they know via text messaging on their cell phone. The report states:'Over the past year, press coverage and policy discussions have focused on how teens are using or misusing cell phones as part of their sexual interactions and explorations. The greatest amount of concern has focused on “sexting” or the creating, sharing and forwarding of sexually suggestive nude or nearly nude images by minor teens. Both laws and law enforcement practices around sexting are emerging to deal with the issue and they vary significantly from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. Some law enforcement officers and district attorneys have begun prosecuting teens who created and shared such images under laws generally reserved for producers and distributors of child pornography.'

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  4. 15 reads Language Dutch This article describes a statement written by the National Centre of Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) around the new phenomenon of 'sexting'. A definition of 'sexting' is given, whereas also some conside ...

    This article describes a statement written by the National Centre of Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) around the new phenomenon of 'sexting'. A definition of 'sexting' is given, whereas also some considerations around the subject:'NCMEC does not believe that a blanket policy of charging all youth with juvenile or criminal violations will remedy the problem of sexting. Youth sometimes engage in risky behavior. However, the combination of the Internet, easy transmission of digital photos, and poor judgment can lead to serious and unintended consequences including becoming the victim of enticement, blackmail, harassment and exploitation by both adults and other youth. Increased education about these consequences and law enforcement's use of prosecutorial discretion will help prevent these situations.'  

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  5. 7 Taal Nederlands This report contains a review of digital threats and possible outcomes stemming from self-produced sexualized images. It is witten by the Internet Crimes agaisnt Children (ICAC) Task Force in the U.S.. The report describes ...

    This report contains a review of digital threats and possible outcomes stemming from self-produced sexualized images. It is witten by the Internet Crimes agaisnt Children (ICAC) Task Force in the U.S.. The report describes sextortion as:'the use of sexual chat, photos or video to manipulate someone into producing more sexually explicit photos, videos or to meet in real life for sexual activity. Offenders may have hundreds of victims and the abuse can be long term. Often the abuse goes unreported in the initial phase because the victim is afraid they will be in trouble for the initial chat or photo.' 

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  6. 42 reads Harvard University Language Dutch This article is intended to provide background for the discussion of interventions related to sexting. It begins with a definition of sexting, and continues with overviews of research and media stories related to ...

    This article is intended to provide background for the discussion of interventions related to sexting. It begins with a definition of sexting, and continues with overviews of research and media stories related to sexting. It then discusses the statutory and constitutional framework for child pornography and obscenity. The article concludes that 'much work is still needed to determine the full scope and nature of the sexting phenomenon and to identify the best interventions for addressing sexting'.

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  7. 52 reads Language Dutch The writer of this article states that teens should have the right to 'sext': 'This means they would have the same rights as adults to produce sexual images of themselves without fear of prosecution for creating chil ...

    The writer of this article states that teens should have the right to 'sext':'This means they would have the same rights as adults to produce sexual images of themselves without fear of prosecution for creating child pornography. The right to sext is also about the right to demand that these images are kept private. While further legal reforms are needed to protect online privacy (for youth and adults), allowing teens the right to sext is the first step in clarifying that eople who receive these images have no right to distribute them further without permission. The panic about sexting teens highlights the need for broader conversations about social media that can fully account for the complicated issues of privacy and consent in new digital media.'

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