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Hey Georgia - I remembered we were chatting in the tute last week about finding a specific direction for the topic since it had already been done. I found a couple interesting articles highlighting the gender differences in the experience of sexting amongst adolescents, particularly regarding the pressure girls experience, and the motivations for consensual but unwanted sexting. One of them talks about it in terms of the theory of planned behaviour. Anyway, there's obviously no obligation to use them or to go in that direction, I just thought I'd put them out there :D (Also, I hope this works properly - still getting to grips with Wikiversity)
Unwanted but consensual sexting among young adults: Relations with attachment and sexual motivations Michelle Drouin & Elizabeth Tobin Computers in Human Behavior Volume 31, February 2014, Pages 412-418
Under pressure to sext? Applying the theory of planned behaviour to adolescent sexting Michel Walrave, Wannes Heirman & Lara Hallam Behaviour & Information Technology Vol. 33 , Iss. 1,2014
They are both available full-text from the UC library - I found them on google scholar and it seems like there would be a fair amount of good research to use if you decided it was a direction you wanted to go.--MMMRH9416 (discuss • contribs) 02:09, 16 August 2017 (UTC)--MMMRH9416 (discuss • contribs) 02:09, 16 August 2017 (UTC)
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