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Image-based sexual abuse : the extent, nature, and predictors of perpetration in a community sample of Australian residents Anastasia Powell, Nicola Henry, Asher Flynn and Adrian J. Scott

By: Powell, Anatasia.
Contributor(s): Powell, Anastasia | Flynn, Asher.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: Computers in Human Behavior.Publisher: Elsevier, 2019Subject(s): DISABLED PEOPLE | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | ONLINE HARASSMENT | PERPETRATORS | PORNOGRAPHY | SEXUAL VIOLENCE | TECHNOLOGY | VICTIMS OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE | YOUNG PEOPLE | AUSTRALIAOnline resources: Read abstract In: Computers in Human Behavior, 2019, 92: 392-402Summary: 1 in 10 (11.1%) of Australians aged 16–49 years surveyed, engaged in Image-Based Sexual Abuse (IBSA) perpetration. Men were significantly more likely than women to report engaging in any IBSA perpetration. Gender, sexuality and disability demographics were significantly related to IBSA perpetration. Attitudes, sexual ‘selfies’, and IBSA victimization, were also significantly related to IBSA perpetration. (Authors' highlights). See related summary report, freely available online #6193. Record #6200
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Computers in Human Behavior, 2019, 92: 392-402

1 in 10 (11.1%) of Australians aged 16–49 years surveyed, engaged in Image-Based Sexual Abuse (IBSA) perpetration.

Men were significantly more likely than women to report engaging in any IBSA perpetration.

Gender, sexuality and disability demographics were significantly related to IBSA perpetration.

Attitudes, sexual ‘selfies’, and IBSA victimization, were also significantly related to IBSA perpetration. (Authors' highlights). See related summary report, freely available online #6193. Record #6200