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Moral panics about girls first surfaced in the twentieth century.
The cultural expectation, "if the man pays for the date, the woman should reciprocate by offering sex," is an example of _________________. Societal messages such as these transmit information about a culture's values to individuals, and provide cultural scenarios which act as guidelines for individual expression.
Romantic scripts such as "prince charming" and "waiting for the one" are carefully embedded within many contemporary mediated scripts of sexuality. Moral panics about girls in the United States have historically focused on monitoring girls' sexuality.
According to Laura Carpenter's (2009) research Virginity-loss movies are open to multiple interpretations. Romance, the term, is used to describe or designate An intimate relationship between two people marked by pure love
QUIZ 2 In Vickery's (2009) article analyzing responses and discussions on a message board dedicated to single hood, which of the following discourses are present and are being reproduced?
Sexual scripts are guidelines that that tell individuals with whom, when, where, how, and why to engage in sexual behaviors fundamental in determining what is perceived as sexual and how individuals behave sexually.
Karen Sternheimer argues in her 2010 article "Fear of Sex: Do the Media Make Them Do It?" that sex is associated with maturity and status because adults define it that way and because pop culture is saturated with sexual imagery.
According to Nichole Zlatunich's 2009 article entitled, "Prom Dreams and Prom Reality: Girls Negotiating "Perfection" at the High School Prom," which of the following is true?
The wedding industrial complex:
_____________ refers to the ways in which the idea "romance" becomes synonymous with and filtered through specific commodities.

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