147: Intimate image abuse in adults and under 18s: A comparative analysis of cases dealt with by the Revenge Porn Helpline and Professionals Online Safety Helpline

SWGfL in partnership with the University of Exeter Economic and Social Research Council (October, 2019)

A summary of a qualitative study comparing intimate image abuse in Under 18s and adults. Data from the Revenge Porn Helpline and Professionals Online Safety Helpline (POSH) (based at South West Grid for Learning) were analysed. Four months of call and email case notes were sampled from each helpline. Individual contacts to the helplines were analysed using a thematic, inductive approach in order to investigate potential relationships between intimate image abuse in adults and under 18s, including effects on victims and perpetrator motivations.

146: Ofcom Adults: Media Use and Attitudes – Highlights from Ofcom’s 2018 Research 2

Critical Research/Ofcom (May 2019)

A summary of the results of Ofcom’s Adults’ Media Literacy Tracker, a large-scale quantitative survey based on in-home interviews with adults aged 16 and over (N = 1,882), conducted between September and November 2018. The report also draws on data from the Ofcom 2019 Technology Tracker survey. This quantitative study interviewed 3,909 adults aged 16 and over between January and February 2019. These studies examine the media environment for adults in the UK and provides evidence on how media use, attitudes and understanding have changed over time among this group.

145: Ofcom Adults: Media Use and Attitudes – Highlights from Ofcom’s 2018 Research 1

Critical Research/Ofcom (May 2019)

A summary of the results of Ofcom’s Adults’ Media Literacy Tracker, a large-scale quantitative survey based on in-home interviews with adults aged 16 and over (N = 1,882), conducted between September and November 2018. The report also draws on data from the Ofcom 2019 Technology Tracker survey. This quantitative study interviewed 3,909 adults aged 16 and over between January and February 2019. These studies examine the media environment for adults in the UK and provides evidence on how media use, attitudes and understanding have changed over time among this group.