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Media Sex and Violence - Past and Present
Journalism & Communication
Pages 3 (753 words)
Media Sex and Violence- Past and Present Media a few decades back was not obsessed with sex and violence as it is today. There were not too many media technologies nor did people believe in it as they do in the modern world. Today, kids are learning about their society through media and due to the violence reports, sexual assaults, religious killings, and social dilemmas on the latest media technologies, they are adopting that specific kind of perception and are beginning to show predisposition themselves as they are growing up.
They are interested in shows that satisfy their aggressive nature and thus they turn toward believing violent reports subconsciously. While defining his media theory, Sparks (2009, p.3) asserts that “Perhaps the effects of media violence are difficult for people to detect in themselves- even though the effects are definitely present.” Negative effects of sex and violence on children Parents and teachers have always been concerned and looking for answers regarding what effects violence and sex in media can imprint on young developing brains. As technology media grows significantly and presents newer and smarter media types, the American youth is the first to get affected thanks to increased availability and affordability of media sources. When the television shows violent programs, then it is to be blamed in mutating the minds of the youngsters from incorruptibility to violence. Violent media arrives with concerns relating to addiction, anxiety, dejection, brutality and aggression that develop in young minds. ...
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