The Viewing Habits of Users of Sexually Explicit Movies: a Hawke's Bay sample

The Viewing Habits of Users of Sexually Explicit M...
01 Dec 2005
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In this study, the Office of Film and Literature Classification and the Crime and Justice Research Centre of Victoria University of Wellington examined the viewing habits of users of sexually explicit material in Hawke's Bay. This built upon the findings of the previous Wellington based study Viewing Habits of Users of Sexually Explicit Movies in July 2004. However, the Hawke's Bay respondents provided a different rural and urban demographic than the 2004 Wellington study. Respondents were asked how, why and when they viewed sexually explicit movies and what effect they thought that they had on them. They were also asked questions about the stigma attached to viewing these movies. The findings were based on interviews with 65 people.

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