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|Other Titles:||Internet Dating and Female Middle-School Sexual Abuse Victims|
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This study, focused on female middle-school students in Taiwan, surveyed and analyzed their Intemet behavior: specifically their meeting and dating of boys (men) through the Intemet. The objectives were to understand any abnormal patterns of interaction, and to establish a model that would show the students' potential to become sexual abuse victims. This model was derived from "victim theory." 442 female third-year middle-school (junior high school) students in Taiwan were our subjects. The fitness of the model was tested with LISREL statistical software using structural equation modeling. The results have shown that: (1) Internet addiction has a positive and direct impact on Internet dating; (2) the "Internet dating game" is clearly dangerous, and is one of the potentially most dangerous aspects of internet interaction; (3) the Internet dating game potentially leads to date rape; and (4)the dangerous aspects of intemet interaction have a positive and direct impact on the potential for date rape.
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