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123 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 115-118) and index.
Adults should worry about sexting / Litchfield county times -- Adults overreact to sexting / Paul Rapoport -- Considerable numbers of teens engage in sexting / Todd Ackerman -- Teens sext much less often than people think / Larry Magid -- There are no trustworthy statistics on the prevalence of sexting / Kaitlin Lounsbury, Kimberly J. Mitchell, and David Finkelhor -- Peer pressure causes sexting / Jessica Ringrose, Rosalind Gill, Sonia Livingstone, and Laura Harvey -- Primal exhibitionism causes sexting / Ogi Ogas -- Sexting results from normal teen sexual expression / Tracy Clark-Flory -- America's sex-crazed culture promotes sexting / Leah Hird -- Sexting is a valid form of self-expression for teens / Amy Adele Hasinoff -- Sexting is not a valid form of self-expression for teens / L. Brent Bozell III -- Sexting should be a crime / Mike Todd -- Sexting should not be a crime / Sonya Ziaja -- Parents must take responsibility for their children's use of technology / Scott Steinberg -- Schools must take responsibility for preventing sexting / Mel Riddile -- Technology can help prevent sexting / Rushworth M. Kidder.
This collection of 16 articles presents a variety of points of view about teen sexting.
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