Media influence on teens and sex
Media influence on teenagers can be deliberate — for example, advertising is often directed at children and teenagers. This means that children and teenagers are increasingly conscious of brands and images. Media influence can also be more indirect. An example of this might be the increasing sexualisation of content in advertising, magazines, television shows and music videos. Other kinds of media feature violent imagery and coarse language — for example, video games and song lyrics.
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Sex on TV: Less impact on teens than you might think
Sex in movies influences teens' behavior, study confirms
It is fashionable to blame the media for everything that ails society today. But is media really so evil? Media today has a huge influence on teenagers. But all is not bad with the media. If used right, media can change lives for good. Before you decide to pull the plug, check out how does the media influence on teenagers — in a good way! Most teens live a sheltered life.
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Adolescent sexuality in Canada
This collection explores the sexual content of U. Contributors address the topic of sexuality broadly, including evidence not only about physical sex acts, but also about the role the media play in the development of gender roles, standards of beauty, courtship, and relationship norms. Chapters included here present new perspectives on what teens are paying attention to in the media, and offer insight into how teens are understanding and applying what the media present about sex and sexuality. Employing various methodological approaches, the studies also represent a diversity of adolescent audiences and deal with a wide variety of media content, ranging from teens' favorite TV programs to magazines, movies, music, and teen girls' Web pages.
Few people would doubt that sex is ubiquitous in media — whether movies, television, music or books — and that teens today have unprecedented access to all of it. Specifically, the worry is that teens may have sex earlier or engage in higher-risk sexual activities such as having multiple partners or exposing themselves to potential pregnancies or STDs. In the American Academy of Pediatrics even published a position paper claiming that sexually explicit media could promote risky teen sexual behavior. But government data find that teens are actually waiting longer than in the past to have sex.
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