Quiz: Pornography, Social Media, and Teens

Quiz – Pornography, Social Media, and Teens (OT222)

Post-Course Exam

Course Title: Pornography, Social Media, and Teens: What Could Go Wrong and What Can be Done to Make It Go Less Wrong?

This exam contains 10 questions. In order to receive credit, you MUST get at least 8 questions correct. You may attempt the quiz as many times as you’d like.

1. What did Justice Potter Stewart say regarding the definition of pornography?
2. Which of the following is NOT part of the Merriam-Webster definition of pornography:
3. According to the presenters, “visual depiction of sexually explicit conduct” is the perspective taken by which of the following?
4. True or false? According to the Barna Group (2016), most teens and young adults believe that not recycling is worse than viewing pornography.
5. According to the Barna Group (2016), what percentage of men 18 to 30 years old say they view pornography at least several times a week?
6. According to Rideout et al., 2022, American teens, ages 13 to 18, used entertainment screen media for an average of ____ hours and 22 minutes each day in 2019.
7. The TikTok features that enable users to suddenly go from fully clothed to nude are called:
8. Factors that may increase the danger of social media apps include all of the following EXCEPT:
9. Which of the following is NOT one of the three fastest growing brands in 2020:
10. Which of the following became the fastest growing new app for American teens in 2019?
11. On Snapchat, ___ snaps are created daily.
12. What app promotes itself as the place to “Talk to strangers”?
13. What app asks users to swipe left and right to meet people just like Tinder?
14. Which of the following is NOT part of the new generation of dating apps that focus on video rather than photos?
15. What feature of MeetMe encourages kids to do things to boost their popularity by seeking approval from strangers?
16. What is the only mobile-first viral sharing network and the first smartphone messenger with a built-in browser?
17. Which of the following is NOT one of the harmful effects of sexting for teens?
18. According to the presenters, to better protect kids from the harmful information they get from social media provide them with:
19. According to the Guttmacher Institute, of the 29 state that mandate some kind of sex education, how many require that if sex ed is taught, it must be medically and factually accurate?
20. True or false? One of the ways the presenters recommend facilitating the discussion of sexual relationships on therapy is to be respectful of clients’ religion and culture.
21. A framework for how adults can guide youth through the ubiquitous, porn-related dilemmas and controversies that they experience as they grow up is known as the:
22. According to the __________ Model, happiness and pleasure is one of the underlying goals that are met through pornography and social media.
23. True or false? We know pornography/social media is problematic even if it is consensual.
24. True or false? When there is legal involvement, therapy can help by sharing progress in treatment with the court.
25. Before having the conversation about pornography/social media with teens, it is important that we: