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Frequent Internet Pornography Use: Korean Adolescents` Internet Use Time, Mental Health, Sexual Behavior, and Delinquency
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Frequent Internet Pornography Use: Korean Adolescents` Internet Use Time, Mental Health, Sexual Behavior, and Delinquency
Cho, Eunsuk;
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 Abstract
This study was to understand associated factors with frequent exposure to Internet pornography among Korean adolescents. We used data (N
 Keywords
adolescent health;adolescent delinquency;Internet pornography;mental health;sexual behavior;
 Language
English
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