This study explored the qualitative experiences of adolescent girls who encountered bothersome or disturbing sexual content online. Many benefits are reported, for example the possibility to reach out to a wider audience and to increase access to organisations without an increase in costs. The review showed that the majority of today's parents search for both information and social support on the internet. The qualitative data also indicated gender differences in how sexual issues were communicated online. Qualitative thematic analysis of the responses revealed that OSA outcomes fit into ten positive themes and twelve negative themes.
Interdisciplinary Research Team on Internet and Society.
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