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Just under 15 per cent of Swedish children between the ages of 12 and 16 said they had sent these types messages or images to others, according to a new study.
More than 30 per cent of young people in this age group had received sex-related messages. And the older they were, the greater the likelihood was that they had been sexting.
Researchers from the University of Gothenburg said the clearest difference in their study was between how girls and boys experienced sexting. Girls more often than boys are sent sexual messages and images from strangers.
They also feel more pressured to participate in sexting, according to a press release from the University of Gothenburg. And while boys who had a lot of experience with sexting often perceived the experience positively, girls did not. A study of teens aged 14 to 17 years old from several European countries, including Norway, showed that both boys and girls had negative experiences with sexting. Girls in England and Norway had the most negative experiences of all teens in the study when it came to the exchange of sexual messages and pictures.
This study also showed how digital media was used to control romantic partners. Hellevik was not surprised by the of the new Swedish study. One reason why girls more often than boys report negative consequences from sexting may be because there is likely a greater risk that girls' nude pictures will be spread online and inside their social networks, he wrote in an. Other studies have shown that boys often send uninvited naked images, thus putting pressure on girls to send a picture back.
He said, however, that he does not have specific s for how many nude pictures are shared girls sexting girls compared to boys. But, he added, as the Swedish research showed, boys are not totally removed from all negative consequences of sexting, and for some, it is as difficult girls sexting it is for girls.
Read the Norwegian version of this article at forskning. Lunde: Sexting among adolescents: A nuanced and gendered online challenge for young people.
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