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Music as a resource for the sexual self: An exploration of how young people in the Netherlands use m...
van Bohemen S., den Hertog L., van Zoonen L. Published in : 2018
Much has been written about young people, music and sexuality, often in the context of the sexualisation debate. However, little research has been conducted about the intricate ways in which young people actually use music in their everyday sexual practices. By drawing upon sociological approaches... (Countinue Reading)
Risky Music Listening, Permanent Tinnitus and Depression, Anxiety, Thoughts about Suicide and Advers...
Vogel I., van de Looij-Jansen P.M., Mieloo C.L., Burdorf A., de Waart F. Published in : 2014
Objective: To estimate the extent to which exposure to music through earphones or headphones with MP3 players or at discotheques and pop/rock concerts exceeded current occupational safety standards for noise exposure, to examine the extent to which temporary and permanent hearing-related symptoms were reported, and... (Countinue Reading)
A study in real traffic examining glance behaviour of teenage cyclists when listening to music: Results and ethical considerationsStelling-Konczak A., Vlakveld W.P., van Gent P., Commandeur J.J.F., van Wee B., Hagenzieker M. Published in : 2018
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