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New Zealand teens and digital harm : statistical insights into experiences, impact and response Netsafe

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Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Ministry for Women | Minitatanga mō ngā Wāhine 2018Description: electronic document (50 pages) ; PDF file.ISBN: :978-0-473-43771-8.Subject(s): SEXUAL VIOLENCE | Ministry for Women | Minitatanga mō ngā Wāhine | Netsafe | ADOLESCENT RELATIONSHIP ABUSE | ADOLESCENTS | CHILDREN | DATA ANALYSIS | DATING VIOLENCE | GENDER DIFFERENCE | HELP SEEKING | ONLINE HARASSMENT | PREVENTION | SEXUAL HARASSMENT | SOCIAL MEDIA | SURVEYS | TECHNOLOGY | YOUNG MEN | YOUNG PEOPLE | YOUNG WOMEN | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online | Access the website | Resources for youth | Resources for parents | Resources for educators Summary: This report presents the findings of a nationally representative study whose purpose was to explore the experiences, attitudes, and behaviours of New Zealand teens about digital communications including harm and/or distress. It was conducted by Netsafe in partnership with the Ministry for Women (the Ministry). While there is growing interest in examining young people’s experiences and use of digital technologies, including the challenges and risks teens face, evidence based on representative data in the New Zealand context has been unavailable. The study focuses on the prevalence of New Zealand teens' experiences with a range of unwanted digital communications1 in the previous year and the impact these experiences had on them, both emotionally and in carrying out everyday life activities. It also describes teens’ responses, the effectiveness of their coping actions, and to whom they would turn for help in the future. (From the Executive summary). Record #5877
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This report presents the findings of a nationally representative study whose purpose was to
explore the experiences, attitudes, and behaviours of New Zealand teens about digital
communications including harm and/or distress. It was conducted by Netsafe in partnership
with the Ministry for Women (the Ministry).
While there is growing interest in examining young people’s experiences and use of digital
technologies, including the challenges and risks teens face, evidence based on
representative data in the New Zealand context has been unavailable.
The study focuses on the prevalence of New Zealand teens' experiences with a range of
unwanted digital communications1 in the previous year and the impact these experiences had
on them, both emotionally and in carrying out everyday life activities. It also describes teens’
responses, the effectiveness of their coping actions, and to whom they would turn for help in
the future. (From the Executive summary). Record #5877