The media has come to dominate our lives and the information we receive. From advertising, newspapers, television, and the internet, most of us tend to encounter some form of media in our average day.
Sex in the media has always been something of a controversial subject. Books have been banned, newspaper articles and cinema censored, television programmes complained about, and so on. How much we are exposed to sex in the media depends on where we live, how society perceives the portrayal of sex at any point in time/history, and government control.
If someone wants to send out a message they will use some form of media, and how effective the message is will depend on how much control they have of media broadcasters. This control could be financial, where a person or organisation is able to afford the fees charged by the broadcaster, or it could be political, where…
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