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“Too young to understand”? - Children and ‘sexualised’ media

“Too young to understand”? - Children and ‘sexualised’ media

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Published by Dr Steven McDermott
Sara Bragg, Open University
Sara Bragg, Open University

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Published by: Dr Steven McDermott on Jul 16, 2009
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\u201cToo young to understand\u201d?
- Children and \u2018sexualised\u2019
media

Sara Bragg, Open University

Home Office Fact finding review
on \u2018sexualisation of girls and
links to violence

\u2022\u201cIs there a link between sexualised images,
perceptions and actual violence?\u201d
\u2022\u2018We know that many parents are concerned

about the pressures that their teenage and even
pre-teen daughtersare under to appear sexually
available at a younger and younger age and
about the negative impact that this may be
having on boys too\u2019.

The review will investigate\u2026
\u2022How young people\u2019s exposure to everyday
overtly sexual media and other content
negatively affects them. For example,
does it affect the confidence and self-
esteem of girls? Does it affect theirsexual
behaviour? What effect does it have on
young men\u2019sviews?

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