Hillsdale, NJ, pp 253–264 – This article is about the sexual content on television and the impact it has on teenagers. The hypothesis was that if there is a higher affiliation with teens watching sex on television, they are subjected to push sexual relationships for themselves. Research concluded that TV can disappoint teens with their experience and cause social problems if watched too often. c. Boynton PM (1999) “Is that supposed to be sexy?” Women discuss women in “top-shelf” magazines. J Commun Appl Soc Psychol 9(6):449–461 – This article studies the effect of magazines portraying messages about sexuality. Research was done by analyzing six issues of Cosmopolitan to see if there were any ways to identify sexual information. What they found was that most of their findings about sex were about how men need great sex, and tips for women to improve. The subjective messages that were being communicated to society in these magazines seemed to be common throughout society. 5.Describe the researcher's predictions.The researcher predicted that out of different sources of communication and media, that adolescent boys would get most sexual information from their peers
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