Sexuality and media use

General Information

Sexuality and media use
Project Number
In September 2009 (wave 1) and March 2010 (wave 2), the LISS panel completed a questionnaire about sexuality and media use. This study incorporated a number of experiments into the effects of question response and question context on the answers provided by participants.
Longitudinal Type
Longitudinal Study
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Peter, J.
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List of Measures

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Longitudinal Wave
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Computer crime victimization: Role of security software and online behavior Master thesis, Economics, Tilburg University; Angelidakis, P.
The other side of the double-standard: Sexual explicit internet material and the sexualization of the male body Bachelor thesis, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Tilburg University; Wagemakers, S.
The Impact of “Forgiving” Introductions on the Reporting of Sensitive Behavior in Surveys Public Opinion Quarterly, 75(4), pp. 779-787 ; Peter, J. et al.
Guilty pLEISUREs - How an unhealthy diet influences leisure Bachelor thesis, International Leisure Studies, Breda University of Applied Sciences; Van Dijk, A. et al.
Volunteers: More social during leisure time? Bachelor thesis, Department of Leisure Studies, Tilburg University; Van den Berg, R. et al.
The taste patterns of rock listeners Bachelor thesis, School of Social and Behavioural Sciences, Tilburg University; Dierckx, A. et al.