Reformed youth less media savvy than secular peers - Kliksafe

Wednesday 27 June 2018 | 15:15 CET | News
Youth from reformed protestant churches in the Netherlands are less media-savvy than their secular peers, according to a study from internet provider Kliksafe. The religious youth take more part in sexting but find porn, violent images and discrimination less annoying. It also appears that the parents of these religious youth set fewer rules and make less agreements. 

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