Report prepared for the Special Committee on Pornography and Prostitution in Canada.
|Series||Working papers on pornography and prostitution -- report no. 15|
|Contributions||Canada. Special Committee on Pornography and Prostitution|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 113 p.|
|Number of Pages||113|
Recent research suggests that viewing sexually explicit media (SEM), i.e., adult videos, may influence sexual risk taking among men who have sex with men. Despite this evidence, very little is known about the content of gay male SEM on the Internet, including the prevalence of sexual risk behaviors and their relation to video- and performer-characteristics, viewing frequency, and Cited by: An explicit sex guide describing fetishes and drug use was offered to preteens inside a B.C. classroom, prompting outrage from parents and an official apology from the school district. A high school teacher in B.C. has been suspended for three days after making a significant number of sexually explicit, rude and inappropriate comments toward students over the course of a single. This dataset contains three subsets of data based on a content analysis of 50 pornographic videos and can be broken down into: 1 Pornography Films - a content analysis of the film overall looking at issues such as story, control and the kind of sex in the video 2 Pornography Films: Scene - a content analysis focused on scenes within the videos including analysis of violence and sex acts. 3.
title = "Sexual objectification in music videos: A content analysis comparing gender and genre", abstract = "Although sexual objectification is commonplace in media culture, music videos provide the most potent examples of it. This study was designed to investigate whether adolescents’ exposure to a sexualized media environment is associated with stronger beliefs that women are sex objects. More specifically, we studied whether the association between notions of women as sex objects and exposure to sexual content of varied explicitness (i.e., sexually non-explicit, semi-explicit, or explicit) and in different Cited by: Adolescent sexuality in Canada is not as well documented as adolescent sexuality in northeastern British Columbia experienced a 10% increase in the incidence of the lack of internet analysis as a source of sexual content in media is a major limitation. Adolescents' use of sexually explicit internet material has been studied. The B.C. Restaurant and Food Services Association is guiding the plan for province's 13, restaurants to resume dine-in service, but it won't be the same experience as before the : Rafferty Baker.
Breastfeeding pics pulled from B.C. mom's Facebook A Vancouver mother is calling foul after Facebook pulled pictures of her breastfeeding off its website, calling the photos sexually explicit. The British Columbia Film Classification Office, part of Consumer Protection BC (legally known as the Business Practices and Consumer Protection Authority) in the Canadian province of British Columbia, is responsible for rating and censoring films under the province's Motion Picture Act. The BCFCO film ratings are also used by Manitoba, Ontario, and Saskatchewan by bilateral classification: CRTC, British Columbia . Media Effects - media and sexual content. STUDY. PLAY. Which is the 3rd stage in the process of getting addicted to the sexually explicit media content? desensitization. A mid's study of music videos found that sexual content frequently coincided with: violence. 1. Arch Sex Behav. May;43(4) doi: /s Epub Jun 4. Sexually explicit media on the internet: a content analysis of sexual behaviors, risk, and media characteristics in gay male adult videos. Downing MJ Jr(1), Schrimshaw EW, Antebi N, Siegel by: