In this research project, we will work with young people and caregivers to explore their perceptions of a range of measures to identify and develop new and innovative technological interventions that are not only effective at reducing access to online pornography, but which are also acceptable to both young people and their caregivers.
Using a co-design approach, we will work with young people and caregivers to explore their perceptions of a range of technological interventions to reduce or restrict access to online pornography by young people.
We will undertake this project with two groups:
- Young people aged 15-17 years old, and
- Parents or caregivers of children aged 8 to 16 years
This research will provide an understanding of the perceptions of parents and young people toward different technological interventions to reduce access to online pornography by young people, and inform the future consideration and implementation of large-scale interventions.
- Westpac Safer Children Safer Communities Research Grant
- RMIT (Dana McKay)
- Portable (Sarah Kaur)
- University of Melbourne (Shanton Chang)
- Monash University (Lonni Bescanon)
Meet the project team. Together, we are translating research into better health, for all.