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Het gebruik van seksueel expliciet internetmateriaal (SEIM) onder adolescenten: ontwikkelingstrajecten en voorspellers

  • Suzan M. Doornwaard
  • Regina J. J. M. van den Eijnden
  • Peter Lugtig
  • Geertjan Overbeek
  • Tom F. M. ter Bogt

Samenvatting

Het internet wordt, meer dan iedere andere mediavorm, overstelpt met seksueel expliciet materiaal. Anders dan seksueel materiaal in meer traditionele mediavormen is seksueel expliciet internetmateriaal (SEIM) op het internet gemakkelijk bereikbaar, betaalbaar (of zelfs gratis) en in anoniemiteit te consumeren.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Suzan M. Doornwaard
    • 1
  • Regina J. J. M. van den Eijnden
    • 1
  • Peter Lugtig
    • 1
  • Geertjan Overbeek
    • 1
  • Tom F. M. ter Bogt
    • 1
  1. 1.UtrechtThe Netherlands

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