- University of Wisconsin - Madison
- Communication Arts
- Communication Arts 325
- quiz 4
Last Modified: 2010-12-12
in the small ethnographic study by brown 1993 of middle-class girls and their bedrooms, what did she report about how interest and responses to sexual media content varied by physical development?
- safe sex self efficacy
- negative outcome expectancies
- perceived norms
less likely to have effective parenting skills or adequate social support from parents
How frequently they had watched 23 programs over the course of a season
Exposure to sex on tv ; being black, female, intention to have kids before age 22, and being deviant also positively related
- people believe that others more affected than themselves
- people believe that others will act
- self enhancement: makes us feel good about ourselves- we want to be paternal
- attribution error (see what this is)
- social distance corollary
how accurate were teens in their perceptions of peer smoking?
What did the Burdette & Whitaker study of neighborhood safety and amount of exercise suggest about this hypothesis?
Which predictor variable along the left most strongly and consistently predicted the outcome variables?
What about exposure to thin ideal content?
did the pro-ana website make women Feel worse about themselves in general?
More violent depictions that are sensationalized and very graphic – war and terrorist related events
Assination of van gogh and the attacks on muslim institutions after- detailed news coverage of the event
Fear, worry, anger and sadness
what types of emotional responses did children experience the most?
Negatively related to emotional responding ; amount of exposure positively related to the reactions
Sensory delight/aesthetic theory of destruction
Dispositional alignment/violating social norms
Conflict, quality, sexual content
evidence said it might be an effective method
has considerable support in the context-
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