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The effects of pornography on children and young people : an evidence scan. Appendix Antonia Quadara, Alissar El-Murr and Joe Latham

By: Quadara, Antonia.
Contributor(s): El-Murr, Alissar | [Latham, Joe].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: AIFS research report.Publisher: Melbourne, Vic : Australian Institute of Family Studies, 2017Description: electronic document (119 pages) ; PDF file.Other title: Appendix 1: Evidence library.Subject(s): SEXUAL VIOLENCE | ADOLESCENT BEHAVIOUR | ADOLESCENT RELATIONSHIP ABUSE | ADOLESCENTS | AGGRESSION | ATTITUDES | BRAIN DEVELOPMENT | CHILDREN | DATING VIOLENCE | INTERVENTION | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | ONLINE HARASSMENT | PERPETRATORS | PORNOGRAPHY | PROTECTIVE FACTORS | RISK FACTORS | SELF-ESTEEM | SELF-IMAGE | SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR | SEXUALITY | SOCIAL MEDIA | TECHOLOGY | VICTIMS OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE | AUSTRALIAOnline resources: Evidence library | Research report
Contents:
Understanding pornography in children's and young people's digital lives -- Online harms -- Exposure to pornography
Effects of pornography -- Aggression -- Behaviours, knowledge, practices -- Cognitive, neurological -- Effects and mediating factors -- Self-esteem
Interventions -- Australia -- International -- Research
Further references
AIFS research report. Appendix, December 2017Summary: In 2016, the Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) was engaged by the Department of Social Services to review what the available research evidence tells us about the impact exposure to and consumption of online pornography has on children and young people. The purpose of this project was not to duplicate the considerable work undertaken by other researchers working on these issues (e.g., Flood, 2009; Flood & Hamilton, 2003a, 2003b; Sabina, Wolak, & Finkelhor, 2008; Wolak, Mitchell, & Finkelhor, 2007; Ybarra & Mitchell, 2005). Rather, the purpose was to synthesise recent research and current approaches/interventions across this range of domains to inform future initiatives to reduce the negative impacts of pornography on children and young people. This is the Evidence library, an Appendix to the Research report (#5900). It is a structured, annotated bibliography of the research literature used to inform the Research report. It is published as a standalone document. It can be accessed here or from the main Research report webpage. Record #5901
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AIFS research report. Appendix, December 2017

Understanding pornography in children's and young people's digital lives -- Online harms -- Exposure to pornography

Effects of pornography -- Aggression -- Behaviours, knowledge, practices -- Cognitive, neurological -- Effects and mediating factors -- Self-esteem

Interventions -- Australia -- International -- Research

Further references

In 2016, the Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) was engaged by the Department of Social Services to review what the available research evidence tells us about the impact exposure to and consumption of online pornography has on children and young people.

The purpose of this project was not to duplicate the considerable work undertaken by other researchers working on these issues (e.g., Flood, 2009; Flood & Hamilton, 2003a, 2003b; Sabina, Wolak, & Finkelhor, 2008; Wolak, Mitchell, & Finkelhor, 2007; Ybarra & Mitchell, 2005). Rather, the purpose was to synthesise recent research and current approaches/interventions across this range of domains to inform future initiatives to reduce the negative impacts of pornography on children and young people.

This is the Evidence library, an Appendix to the Research report (#5900). It is a structured, annotated bibliography of the research literature used to inform the Research report. It is published as a standalone document. It can be accessed here or from the main Research report webpage. Record #5901