Attitudes and use of pornography in the Norwegian population 2002

@article{Tren2004AttitudesAU,
  title={Attitudes and use of pornography in the Norwegian population 2002},
  author={Bente Tr{\ae}en and Kristin Spitznogle and Alexandra Beverfjord},
  journal={The Journal of Sex Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={41},
  pages={193 - 200}
}
The purpose of this study was to describe and analyze use of pornographic material in a representative sample of adult Norwegians. The data collection was carried out by means of a standardized questionnaire administered via personal telephone interviews. Among the 90% of participants who reported ever having examined pornography, 76% reported examining a pornographic magazine, 67% had watched a pornographic film, and 24% had examined pornography on the Internet. Significant gender differences… 
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