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Teens and Sexting Jordan Daniels

The article is about teens and young adults sexting. Sexting is sending nude to close to nude pictures via Textmessage
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Jordan Daniels

on 15 October 2012

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Transcript of Teens and Sexting Jordan Daniels

By:Jordan Daniels 4% of teens ages 14-17 have
sent nude to close to nude pictures. 3.Exchanges between people who are not yet in a relationship, but where often one person hopes to be Teens and Sexting 15% say they have revived
such images. 1.Exchanges of images solely between two romantic partners 2.Exchanges between partners that are then shared outside the relationship Older teens are much more likely to send and
receive these images; 8% of 17-year-olds with cell phones
have sent a sexually provocative image by text and 30% have received
a nude or nearly nude image on their phone. The teens who pay their own phone
bills are more likely to send "sexts":
17% of teens who pay for all of the costs associated
with their cell phones send sexually suggestive images via text
; just 3% of teens who do not pay for, or only pay for a
portion of the cost of the cell phone send these images. Cell phones are more and
more a part of teen life the capacity of cell phones has also changed dramatically.
Many teens now use their phones not just for calling, but also to access
the internet and to take and share photos and videos.
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