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Identifying the Routes by Which Children View Pornography Online

Identifying the routes by which children view pornography online: implications for future policy-makers seeking to limit viewingFull Article Title: Identifying the Routes by Which Children View Pornography Online: Implications for Future Policy-makers Seeking to Limit Viewing

Open Access: Yes

Abstract

This report represents the collective views and expertise of a panel of academic experts convened by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. Panel members drafted individual responses to specified questions, then met in a policy forum on the 2nd March 2015. The panel was initially tasked with providing ‘an evidence-based narrative on children’s routes to viewing hard-core pornography online and identifying challenges and opportunities for future policy-makers seeking to limit young people’s viewing of hard-core pornography online’.

    Citation

    Nash, V., Adler, J. R., Horvath, M. A. H., Livingstone, S., Marston, C., Owen, G., & and Wright, J. (2015). Identifying the routes by which children view pornography online: Implications for future policy-makers seeking to limit viewing. Department for Culture, Media and Sport. http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/65450/1/__lse.ac.uk_storage_LIBRARY_Secondary_libfile_shared_repository_Content_Livingstone%2C%20S_Identifying%20the%20routes_Livingstone_Identifying%20the%20routes_2016.pdf