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KFF (2000). Teens and Sex: The Role of Popular Television (Factsheet). Menlo Park, CA: Kaiser Family Foundation.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: The Impact of Television on Sexual Attitudes and Behaviors among Teenagers

    AUTHORS: Islam-Isaac Borincaj-Cruss

    KEYWORDS: TV, Teenagers, Sexual Attitudes, Behavior, Experience, Self-Satisfaction, Parents, Education

    JOURNAL NAME: Psychology, Vol.6 No.6, May 7, 2015

    ABSTRACT: Sexual content on television has been shown to have significant impacts on sexual attitudes and behaviours of people, especially among teenagers. Consequently, numerous studies have been conducted over the last decade to examine the connection among these areas, among other goals. Also, it is an attempt to analyze the connection between sexual attitudes and behaviours of teens and sexual content on television, as well as the dissatisfaction created, as a result of the high levels of these contents. 80 students were included in this study, conveniently selected from three schools in the city of Klina. The hypothesis is that portrayals of sex on television lead adolescents to sexual relationships. In addition, high levels of sexual content push teens to dissatisfaction with their sexual experiences. From the obtained results, it is concluded that, although TV provides consid-erable levels of sexual content, it does not encourage teenagers to early sexual intercourse, but if TV shows such content in high levels, then teenagers can be disappointed with their experience and have health as well as social problems.