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This research examines adolescent sexting from a social learning concept viewpoint.
We distinguish between sexting within and away from a relationship that is romantic.
Attitudes and sensed peer approval are associated with engagement in sexting.
Good psychological benefits influence sexting outside of a relationship.
The goal of this research would be to analyze which the different parts of the social learning concept are connected with adolescentsâ€™ engagement in sexting among a sample of 357 participants. Also, we distinguish between two sorts of online intimate self-disclosure: sexting within and away from a relationship that is romantic. The outcome suggest that the degree to which adolescents hold good attitudes towards the behavior and also the level to which they perceive that their peers approve of sexting, are connected with their engagement in sexting both within and outside of an intimate relationship, whenever managing for age, sex, school track and use that is internet. Continue reading Adolescent sexting from a social learning viewpoint