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Young college grads fall through the safety net
As we head into , we're running the best, most insightful and most essential Worklife stories from Read all of the year's biggest hits here. In the US, more young people are living with their parents than at any time since , according to a recent Pew Research Center analysis of census data. The most common age to leave home is between 18 and 19, compared to the EU average of 26, according to Eurostat figures.
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Sexting and dissemination of explicit sexual images ESI through social media have become a common practice in teen peer culture in the past decade. Even though sexting is not a problem per se, it is regarded as a risk factor for e. Therefore, it is important to delve deeper into how young people understand these practices. The aim was to deepen the understanding of how young people comprehend sexting with a focus on ESI. We conducted ten group interviews participants each with adolescent girls and boys in Sweden in There were two male and two female groups with year-olds and four male and two female groups with year-olds. Data was analyzed using qualitative content analysis. The understanding of sexting and ESI dissemination was however only partly overlapping between genders. One difference was that boys expressed that often, the non-consensual dissemination of ESI was a means to 'mess with' or harass most often girls and not as a means to express romantic or sexual interest. In contrast, girls interpreted the motives behind boys sending unwanted ESI in various ways but not directly as a means of harassment.
Swedish researchers have charted the misbehaviour of ninth graders since the mid, while also assessing their attitudes towards various infractions and crimes. The latest results, gathered in , show that Swedish kids are better behaved than before. Fewer of them play hooky, scrawl grafitti on buildings or other public structures, steal or get involved in serious crimes such as assaults and burglaries. Adolescent Swedish boys and girls are also more disapproving of this kind of behaviour — with grafitti, skipping school and shoplifting deemed as less acceptable now than when the researchers began their study in Ninth grade is the final year of compulsory schooling in Sweden. Most students are 15 years old that year. In this anonymous survey, roughly 6, of them responded as to whether they had ever engaged in criminal activities or in what could be called problem behaviour, such as playing hooky — also called skipping school.