CMN103 2010-03-04

CMN103 2010-03-04 - CMN103 2010-03-04 Gender and Media...

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CMN103 2010-03-04 Gender and Media Media Effects on Sexual Socialization o Correlation research Perceptions of enjoyment and accuracy and satisfaction with sex and sexual Watching more tv changes perception of reality and decreases satisfaction Number of premarital partners Watching more R-rated films = more premarital partners Attitudes towards premarital sex Seeking sexual media and engagement in premarital sex Watching more sexual media = more likely to engage Stronger for females than males o Experimental research Attitudes towards premarital sex Sexually explicit/aggressive media and acceptance of rape myths/stereotypes (men) Sexually explicit media and perceptions of sexual norms/beliefs, attitudes, fantasies, and behavior More exposure = more exaggerated perception Body image Informational learning about sex Media can give accurate information o How do viewing sexually explicit films impact men’s behavior towards women? o
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This note was uploaded on 06/06/2011 for the course CMN 103 taught by Professor Palomares during the Spring '08 term at UC Davis.

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