The Dangers of Media and Advertising on Women and Children


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The Dangers of Media and Advertising on Women and Children:
Moral Obligations and Financial Gain
The dangers of the media and particularly advertising on the general population present potential psychological difficulties for the all individuals. Two specific groups of the population, women and children, are particularly vulnerable to the media images. A careful examination of the shaping considerations of the media on these groups provides an instructive context that enables greater understanding of the psychological forces that the media uses to sell their products.
Innumerable factors in some manner influence the individual’s perception of self. From parental involvement (or lack of involvement) to the shaping considerations...
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