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Courtice, Erin Leigh; Shaughnessy, Krystelle; Blom, Kristin; Asrat, Yodit; Daneback, Kristian; Döring, Nicola; Grov, Christian; Byers, E. Sandra;
Young adults' qualitative self-reports of their outcomes of online sexual activities. - In: European journal of investigation in health, psychology and education. - Basel : MDPI AG, ISSN 2254-9625, Bd. 11 (2021), 2, S. 303-320

Online sexual activities (OSA) refer to Internet-based activities, behaviours, and materials that are sexual in nature. Many young adults engage in OSA, but report doing so infrequently. Most OSA outcome research has focused on negative effects of only some types of OSA (e.g., viewing pornography online). The goal of this study was to enhance knowledge on the range of OSA outcomes by qualitatively exploring young adults' self-reported negative and positive outcomes from OSA experiences generally. University/College students from Canada (n = 246), Germany (n = 411), Sweden (n = 299), and the USA (n = 123) completed an online survey that included open-ended questions about "one of the most positive/negative effects that engaging in online sexual activities has had on your life". More participants provided positive outcome responses than negative outcome responses. Qualitative analysis of the responses suggested a wide range of positive and negative outcome content that fit into seven bi-polar, higher-order themes: No Outcomes, Relationship Outcomes, Sexual Experience, Emotional Outcomes, Knowledge, Personal Outcomes, and Security. We found no variations in themes or their respective codes across the four countries. The findings suggests that researchers, educators, health care and psychology providers need to include multiple dimensions of positive and negative, personal and interpersonal, sexual and non-sexual OSA outcomes in their work.



https://doi.org/10.3390/ejihpe11020023
Döring, Nicola;
Sexualität im Internet: destruktiv oder positiv?. - In: Sexualstraftäter. - Berlin : Medizinisch Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft, (2021), S. 233-260

Döring, Nicola;
[Rezension von: Vernetzte Bilder]. - In: . - Baden-Baden : Nomos, ISSN 1615-634X, Bd. 69 (2021), 1, S. 158-159


https://doi.org/10.5771/1615-634X-2021-1-158
Döring, Nicola;
[Rezension von: Thiedeke, Udo, Die Liebe der Gesellschaft]. - In: . - Stuttgart : Thieme, ISSN 1438-9460, Bd. 34 (2021), 1, S. 55-56


https://doi.org/10.1055/a-1367-8472
Döring, Nicola;
[Rezension von: Löwer-Hirsch, Marga, 1949-, Sexueller Missbrauch in der Psychotherapie]. - In: . - Stuttgart : Thieme, ISSN 1438-9460, Bd. 34 (2021), 1, S. 59-60


https://doi.org/10.1055/a-1367-9154
Döring, Nicola;
Sex-related online training for professionals: Twitter :
Sexualbezogene Online-Fortbildung für Fachkräfte: Twitter. - In: Zeitschrift für Sexualforschung : Sexualität darstellen - Sexualität denken.. - Stuttgart : Thieme, ISSN 1438-9460, Bd. 34 (2021), 1, S. 29-35

Der vorliegende Praxisbeitrag befasst sich mit sexualbezogenen Debatten und sexualpolitischem Aktivismus auf Twitter. Er greift dazu exemplarisch drei Themengebiete heraus, die auf Twitter stark präsent sind: Sexuelle Gewalt, Schwangerschaftsabbruch und Sexarbeit. Zudem werden Fachleute und Fachorganisationen vorgestellt, die sich an sexualbezogenen Debatten auf Twitter beteiligen.



https://doi.org/10.1055/a-1367-9551
Döring, Nicola;
Sex education and social media. - In: Encyclopedia of Sexuality and Gender. - Cham : Springer, (2021), S. 1-12
- Living reference work entry, first online: 13 March 2021

https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-59531-3_64-1
Wachs, Sebastian; Wright, Michelle F.; Gámez-Guadix, Manuel; Döring, Nicola;
How are consensual, non-consensual, and pressured sexting linked to depression and self-harm? The moderating effects of demographic variables. - In: International journal of environmental research and public health : IJERPH.. - Basel : MDPI AG, ISSN 1660-4601, Volume 18 (2021), issue 5, 2597, Seite 1-16

Sexting among adolescents has triggered controversial debates among scholars and the general public. However, questions regarding the associations between different types of sexting, namely consensual, non-consensual, and pressured sexting, depressive symptoms, and non-suicidal self-harm remain. In addition, little attention has been given to whether demographic variables (i.e., gender, ethnicity, disability, sexual minority) might influence these associations. To fill these gaps in the literature, the present study was conducted. Participants were 2506 adolescents (ages 13-16 years old; Mage = 15.17; SDage = 0.89) from eight high schools located in the suburbs of a large Midwestern city in the United States. Adolescents self-identified as female (50%), Caucasian (57%), approximately 15% reported that they had a disability they received school accommodation for, and 18% self-identified as a sexual minority. They completed self-report questionnaires on their sexting behaviors, depressive symptoms, and non-suicidal self-harm. Findings revealed that non-consensual and pressured sexting were positively related to depressive symptoms and non-suicidal self-harm, whereas consensual sexting was unrelated to these outcomes. Boys engaged in more non-consensual sexting compared with girls, girls were more pressured to send sexts compared with boys, and sexual minority adolescents reported greater consensual sexting compared with non-sexual minority adolescents. Moderating effects revealed that girls, non-minority adolescents, and non-sexual minority adolescents experienced greater depressive symptoms and non-suicidal self-harm when they experienced pressured sexting. These findings underscore the importance of considering various types of sexting and adolescents demographic variables when examining the negative outcomes of sexting. Disentangling the relationships among different types of sexting, depressive symptoms, and self-harm aids in the development of evidence-based recommendations for sexting harm prevention and sexual education programs.



https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph18052597
Döring, Nicola;
Sexualität in Zeiten der Corona-Pandemie: Perspektiven von Fachkräften der Sexuellen Bildung. - In: Pro-Familia-Magazin. - Frankfurt, M. : Pro Familia, ISSN 0175-2960, Bd. 49 (2021), 1, S. 6-10

Döring, Nicola;
Medienpädagogik und Online-Forschung. - In: Handbuch Medienpädagogik. - Wiesbaden : Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH, (2021), insges. 12 S.
- Living reference work entry

Online-Forschung umfasst die Forschung über Online-Medien sowie die Forschung mittels Online-Medien. Sieben verschiedene Online-Forschungsmethoden werden vorgestellt, die jeweils dem qualitativen und/oder quantitativen Forschungsparadigma zuzuordnen sind: 1. Online-Feldforschung, 2. Online-Experiment, 3. Online-Umfrage, 4. Online-Interview und Online-Gruppendiskussion, 5. Online-Inhaltsanalyse, 6. Online-Verhaltensspuren und Social-Media-Metriken sowie 7. Ambulantes Assessment mittels Smartphone-Apps. Die Methoden werden anhand von ausgewählten Studienbeispielen illustriert.



https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-25090-4_59-1