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A summary of a study exploring the arrest and crime recording of minors in the UK for the generation or distribution of indecent images of children, under the Protection of Children Act. Trends in the data were examined. A summary of a qualitative study comparing intimate image abuse in Under 18s and adults. Four months of call and case notes were sampled from each helpline. Individual contacts to the helplines were analysed using a thematic, inductive approach in order to investigate potential relationships between intimate image abuse in adults and under 18s, including effects on victims and perpetrator motivations.
The focus group interviews were conducted between March and May Each focus group included participants between 15 and 18 years old. The final phase involved the development and evaluation of short, animated films based on the of the project. A summary of the of a systematic review of the literature relating to sexting behaviours among young people aged under 25 across nine interdisciplinary databases e. This report reviews available research literature from a diverse group of stakeholders and experts.
Inclusion criteria included: research published in the last decade , available in the English language, any research methodology, and studies focused on children aged 10 to Ultimately articles were critically reviewed and included in the findings.
A summary of the of a retrospective online questionnaire study conducted by the ISEC Project to examine the vulnerability characteristics, online behaviours and experiences of sexual solicitation of young people. Initial qualitative interviews were undertaken with 32 parents and carers in order to inform the survey questions. This was followed by an online survey with parents and carers from across the UK, which was available online between the 4th April and the 19th April.
ChildLine Sept A summary of the of analysis of the over 10, counselling sessions ChildLine received in where young people talked about a problem they had experienced online. These include cyberbullying, online sexual abuse, sexting, social networking and online safety issues. Ringrose et al, commissioned by the NSPCC Jun A small-scale qualitative study using single-sex focus group interviews with 35 young people in years 8 and 10 in two inner city schools in London. Home Tags Sexting Police response to youth offending around the generation and distribution of indecent images of children and its implications Professor Andy Phippen, University of Bournemouth and Professor Emma Bond, University of Suffolk Back to full list.Sexting contacts uk
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