In my opinion, this statement is very true because the easy accessibility of pornography everywhere made the teenagers’ to adopt with the immoral scenes which trigger them to be involved in negative activities. Finally it end up with pregnancies and lead to baby-dumping cases. There were statements of Federal CID director Datuk Seri Bakri Zinin in The Star newspaper saying that “widespread access to pornography and weakened family ties have led to an increase in baby dumping in the past five years”. Thus, I believe pornography is one of the factors of baby-dumping. Meanwhile the writers said that “New Year and Valentine’s Day celebrations are asserted of encouraging immoral activities like free sex”.
A TERM PAPER ON PORNOGRAPHY and its Effects on Young Adults INTRODUCTION All kinds of problems are faced by our society now more than ever. Problems relating to finances, family, technology, and media are just some of these. One main issue that needs to be addressed and concerns most of us is pornography. In today's society, the portrayal of sexually explicit images has become something normal or basically a habit accompanied by pleasure. What was once considered taboo in the past is now openly available and accessible to everyone.
Vulgar language routinely appears in programs and movies which is accessible to youth. It is realistic and believable to younger youth which can lead them to aggressiveness. As with our American youth viewing these ideas, these images are imposed on the viewers, especially the younger generation. There is a huge amount of younger children that sit and watch television for many hours. In doing that it will handicap their brains.
Are We Responsible To (say) Fuck? Due to the more and more relaxed state of regulations on the use of “forbidden words” in the media, the individual responsibility of using curse words has increased. In this research I have found that the use of curse words has heightened some people’s sensitivity to these words. Children are the most affected and the parents are not far behind. The use of curse words in our media has changed our perspective; children and teens use them sometimes on the daily basis, but is this change a good thing?
The TV station often produces the portrayal of violent and sexual themes to attract the viewers’ attention. However, these varieties of content are harmful for children’s development. TV should take its responsibility in the socialization process. Analysis Television is a good invention to deliver the information and provide entrainments, and open up a new world for children. Most of children interest at the television set because it provides the voice and colorful video to attract their attention.
There are many factors that can affect the way we speak such as: age, gender, familiarity, background, friendship groups and education. Another factor that can affect our language is the media. For example through T.V programmes and the internet many teenagers have picked up words such as ‘dude’, ‘OMG’ or ‘fail’ etc. By observing my language I realised that I have adopted these words and use them often in casual conversation. It has been especially noticed by my friends that I use the word ‘dude’ very frequently, this could be due to the fact that American phrases are being passed on more easily than before through the internet, making it easier for teenagers to pick up.
While there are positive outcomes of the internet, there still exist dangerous aspects to it, such as bullying. Most people may associate bullying with images of a teenager getting slammed into a locker, or getting their lunch money stolen. People may also think that it extends to name calling, teasing, and insults. Bullying has existed for a long time, with some adults thinking that it is a normal part of growing up, that teaches young adults to toughen up and have a thick skin, thinking this will help when they become adults. However, with the advancement in technology and its wide use, a new type of bullying has developed, cyberbullying, which is when a person uses technology and/or electronic devices to bully another person, typically by sending messages or posting comments of an intimidating or threatening nature.
There has been a massive change in the music industry. In a way children and young people see this as a money making venture. Some are inspired by the artist and their music and it can have a negative impact on others, which can lead to antisocial behaviour. Artist in the past music videos were more refine in the sense that whole families could sit and watched this together without fear of nudities. Now a days videos are more proned to be shown with scantily cladded people (i.e.
Clearly, lots of different social networks such as facebook, twitter, livechat and the like, have made contacts easier and faster, though, they have pushed juveniles away from each other. In other words, before all these virtual networks get prominent, juveniles used to visit their friends, go to cinema with them or hold a party. Therefore, relationships were more real and closer. In addition, young people would learn the ABC of communication. Therefore, technology has damaged their ability of making connection to the society.
Young people are more interested in attending adult parties rather than youth rallies or concerts. “Is this a sign that our children are “force ripe” or am I exaggerating? I must highlight, however, that not all modern day songs are deculturzing