Dr. Lara Karaian presents her research into the images, messages, and implications of a Canadian anti-sexting campaign. She shows that white, middle class, adolescent girls are targeted with a message of self-respect and abstinence from sexting. This targeting reveals a desire to maintain the sexual status quo that's being challenged by a growing sexual subjectivity in this population. Race, sexual identity, and class are also discussed.
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Karaian, L. (Academic). (2017). Policing "sexting" [Video]. SAGE Knowledge. https://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781526408143
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