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A Literature Review on Internet Sexual Offence: Cumulative Incidence Rate and Associated Factors of Revenge Porn




性權 復仇色情

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Revenge porn is one type of sexual cybercrime and is also a current form of digital intimate relationship violence. The intention of revenge is the natural reaction of human beings after being annoyed. Since revenge porn is done without moral ethics and in unscrupulous ways, it must be guided through education and regulated by law to reduce harm effectively. Since prevention is better than cure, the changes and risks of intimate relationships of teenagers in the digital age are worthy of concern in consideration of their sexual rights recognition and mental state behind the behavior by the sexuality educators. This descriptive paper is a literature review of the definition of revenge porn, the types of related crimes, and the prevalence and the factors of revenge porn. It also proposes prevention and coping strategies, suggesting that sexuality educators promote the teaching of self-awareness of emotions and ability to transform frustration and knowledge of sexual rights in adolescents' intimate relationships in the future. It is suggested that related research on adolescents using habits and behavioral decision-making processes to maintain relationships through technology of mass media is needed as a basis for use in developing effective preventive courses in school and the establishment of accurate values for students.

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