Professor’s Work Featured in New York Times Magazine Cover Story

Posted on: February 8, 2018 Topics: media, pornography

thumbnail-rothman-emilyEmily Rothman, associate professor of community health sciences, is featured prominently in The New York Times Magazine cover story, “What Teenagers Are Learning from Online Porn,” published on February 11, 2018. The article details her research into dating violence and adolescent porn use, as well as her work in creating Porn Literacy, a high school course for Boston students born out of Start Strong: Building Health Teen Relationships, a peer-leadership program for teenagers funded by the Boston Public Health Commission.

Nicole Daley (SPH’08), former director of Start Strong and current director of engagement and evaluation for the One Love Foundation, is also featured in the piece.


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