How does media exposure influence young girls’ sexuality? (2017)
PublisherProject Monma Research Centre
This literature review highlights the link between media exposure and young girls’ sexuality. The review will discuss different views that how girls’ sexuality can and cannot be influenced by western values circulated within the western media. I will argue that even though media play a critical role in shaping girls’ sexuality its not the case always rather social, cultural and economic factors are an important determinant linked with influencing women’s sexuality.
Keywordsempowerment; media; sexuality; sexualization; young girls
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