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Parenting and pornography report : findings from Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. Summary report Office of the eSafety Commissioner (eSafety Research) in partnership with Netsafe, UK Safer Internet Centre and Online Safety with Plymouth University

Contributor(s): Australia. Office of the eSafety Commissioner | Netsafe | UK Safer Internet Centre | University of Plymouth.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Sydney, NSW : Office of the eSafety Commissioner, 2018Description: electronic document (22 pages) ; PDF file.Other title: Parenting and pornography NZ, UK and AUS report.Subject(s): ADOLESCENTS | ATTITUDES | CHILDREN | PARENTING | PARENTS | PORNOGRAPHY | SURVEYS | TECHNOLOGY | YOUNG PEOPLE | NEW ZEALAND | AUSTRALIA | UNITED KINGDOMOnline resources: Click here to access online | Access the website | New Zealand report Summary: Recognising the important role parents play in protecting their children from risks online such as exposure to pornography, Netsafe New Zealand, alongside the Office of the eSafety Commissioner in Australia, and the Safer Internet Centre with the University of Plymouth in the United Kingdom (UK), collaborated on research that explores how parents think, and engage with this issue. This short report presents the findings of this joint research effort on parental attitudes to pornography. It also furthers the collaboration between the agencies which began with the December 2017 release of the report ‘Young people and sexting-attitudes and behaviours.’ In the past, the majority of international research focused on three points: children’s access, exposure to, and views of pornography and how this can affect their sexual identity development, sexual health, and mental health. Parents’ attitudes and views about their children’s experiences around pornography had not been comprehensively reviewed. This research report summarises results from the first cross-jurisdiction quantitative study focussing on parents in New Zealand, Australia and the United Kingdom. See also the companion Netsafe report focusing on New Zealand results (#6146). Record #6147
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Recognising the important role parents play in protecting their children from risks online such as exposure to pornography, Netsafe New Zealand, alongside the Office of the eSafety Commissioner in Australia, and the Safer Internet Centre with the University of Plymouth in the United Kingdom (UK), collaborated on research that explores how parents think, and engage with this issue.

This short report presents the findings of this joint research effort on parental attitudes to pornography. It also furthers the collaboration between the agencies which began with the December 2017 release of the report ‘Young people and sexting-attitudes and behaviours.’

In the past, the majority of international research focused on three points: children’s access, exposure to, and views of pornography and how this can affect their sexual identity development, sexual health, and mental health. Parents’ attitudes and views about their children’s experiences around pornography had not been comprehensively reviewed.

This research report summarises results from the first cross-jurisdiction quantitative study focussing on parents in New Zealand, Australia and the United Kingdom. See also the companion Netsafe report focusing on New Zealand results (#6146). Record #6147