Anastasia Rousaki

Anastasia Rousaki is a PhD candidate at Nottingham Trent University, researching adolescent sexting and consent. She employs critical discursive psychology, whilst her research perspective incorporates feminist theoretical underpinnings. She teaches and specialises in qualitative research methods. Her past experience involves working with offenders on topics such as mental health and toxic masculinity, to facilitate their rehabilitation in the community.
Anastasia Rousaki
Anastasia Rousaki is a PhD candidate at Nottingham Trent University, researching adolescent sexting and consent. She employs critical discursive psychology, whilst her research perspective incorporates feminist theoretical underpinnings. She teaches and specialises in qualitative research methods. Her past experience involves working with offenders on topics such as mental health and toxic masculinity, to facilitate their rehabilitation in the community.
  • LGBT adolescents, sexting, and consent

    The exact prevalence of sexting is still under academic debate. Yet the dominant discourses appear to associate it with adolescents; this association exists partially due to the media stories conveying negative consequences and moral panics regarding adolescent suicide cases as a result of sexting (Dobson, 2017).

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