W hen one of my children was younger, we went on an ill-advised excursion to a press screening of the first Transformers movie. No reviews were out yet, but I figured it was a movie in which cars turn into robots: what could go wrong? Halfway through the film, the child had an urgent question. I shushed him. At the end of the movie, sitting among the critics and refined entertainment reporters, he asked again.
There’s a neurological explanation for the link between sex and violence
Sex and Violence in the Media Influence Teen Behavior : AJN The American Journal of Nursing
Sexually active men, who are not in a monogamous relationship, may be at a greater risk for violence than men who are sexually active within monogamous relationships and men who are not sexually active. The current study examines changes in sexual behavior and violence in adolescence to early adulthood. HLM regression models indicate that men who transition to a monogamous, or less competitive, mode of sexual behavior fewer partners since last wave , reduce their risk for violence. The same results were not replicated for females.
Colleague's E-mail is Invalid. Your message has been successfully sent to your colleague. Save my selection. E-mail: shawn. Highly sexual TV shows and intensely violent Web sites and video games may be affecting teenagers' behavior, according to three studies published in Pediatrics.
When it eventually aired, The Daily Mail was out to sensationalise that point to the hilt:. And earlier this year, news. Primetime porn? Er, pull the other one. Versailles is no more explicit than its historical epic stable mates Outlander and Game of Thrones.