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  • Gender stereotypes and humor often undermined the potential of a young person to learn from what they are seeing or hearing. LGBTQ – when they are, are they seen as sexual?
  • Study conducted surveying 1,762 adolescents age 12 – 17 in central North Carolina, 2004
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        • Black and Hispanic children watch 4½ hours more per day than whites
          • This statistic has increased by over an hour in the past 5 years
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    • 6. Young people and TV
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    • 14. NOTE: Includes all genres other than children’s, daily newscasts, and live sports events. Study includes a representative sample of a week’s worth of programming from 7 am to 11 pm on ten channels including broadcast and cable. A total of 1,154 shows were analyzed. SOURCE: Kaiser Family Foundation, Sex on TV 4, November 2005. Among all programs 70% 70% Among broadcast prime-time programs Among top teen programs 77% Percent of TV Shows with Sexual Content, 2005
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    • 16. Among all shows with sexual content, the percent that also include references to risks or responsibilities of sexual activity: 10% 14% 11% NOTE: Includes all genres other than children’s, daily newscasts, and live sports events. Study includes a representative sample of a week’s worth of programming from 7 am to 11 pm on ten channels including broadcast and cable. A total of 1,154 shows were analyzed. SOURCE: Kaiser Family Foundation, Sex on TV 4, November 2005. Among all programs Among broadcast prime-time programs Among top teen programs References to Risks or Responsibilities of Sexual Activity in TV Shows with Sexual Content, 2005
    • 17. Percent of shows with references to sexual risks or responsibilities, over time, by type of sexual content: 23% 27% Shows with intercourse-related content Shows with any sexual content involving teen characters 26% 34% 18% 14% 1998 2002 2005 NOTE: Includes all genres other than children’s, daily newscasts, and live sports events. Study includes a representative sample of a week’s worth of programming from 7 am to 11 pm on ten channels including broadcast and cable. A total of 4,742 programs have been analyzed from 1998-2005. SOURCE: Kaiser Family Foundation, Sex on TV 4, November 2005. Trends in References to Risks or Responsibilities of Sexual Activity in TV Shows with Sexual Content by Type of Content, 1998, 2002, and 2005
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    • 19. References
      • “ Does Watching Sex on TV Influence Teens’ Sexual Activity?”, Rand Corporation, 2004
      • “ Kids and Media in America”, Kaiser Family Foundation, 2005, Cambridge University Press 2004
      • “ Generation M2: Media in the Lives of 8- to 18-Year-Olds”, Kaiser Family Foundation, 2009,
      • Media Education Foundation
      • Pew Internet Project, 2009
      • Mass Communication and Society, 2008
      • “ Does Watching Sex on Television Predict Teen Pregnancy?” Findings from a National Longitudinal Survey of Youth,” Pediatrics , Vol. 122, No. 5, November 2008.
      • “ Entertainment Television as a Healthy Sex Educator: The Impact of Condom-Efficacy Information in an Episode of Friends”, Pediatrics , Vol. 112, No. 5, November 2003.
      • “ Managing the Media Monster: The influence of media on teen sexual behavior and attitudes,” The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy , December 2008