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Pornography in the Media- It started by way of messengers and scribes evolved through the presentation of newspapers and radio brought us together with television and now serves us world-wide via the ever-popular Internet It is the mass media and even from the earliest days of its existence it has contributed greatly in ways that both enlighten and enrich society and ways that deteriorate and perplex it It is not a surprise to learn then that the mass media is the most powerful source of information we have and nothing else in todays world influences public perception quite as heavily Unfortunately however most of what is broadcast or transmitted in the news today is with reference to the chaotic condition of our planet or something else that society as a whole sees as detrimental or damaging But the news on television is not the only type of media taking the criticism of society Other forms of mass media specifically movies and television programs containing pornography and violence have been heavily criticized The underlining concept to be debated here is that society is negatively influenced specifically by these images of pornography and the result is increased violence against women This assumption and it is indeed only an assumption is completely fallacious however as no concrete and completely conclusive evidence has ever been formulated in support of the theory The key premise here is that the mass media does not cause undesirable social behaviour and in actuality the media people should not be dubbed as the bad guys They simply use their power in the most constructive ways possible in order to promote their ratings and popularity One way to do that is to concentrate on what sells sex violence and disaster
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