Teen Attitudes Toward Sexting
School of Criminal Justice
College of Community and Public Service
Teen sexting has recently become an issue of great public concern. Despite this public concern, research has not examined teens' attitudes regarding sexting. With a sample of college students enrolled in freshman level criminal justice courses, the current study examines this issue and the impact that attitudes toward teen sexting have on teens' likelihoods of engaging in these behaviors.
Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences annual meeting
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Hilinski, Carly and Freiburger, Tina, "Teen Attitudes Toward Sexting" (2010). Faculty Scholarly Dissemination Grants. Paper 34.
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