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Media literacy

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  • 1. Carla May Alcantara Entrepreneurship
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    • In the world’s eyes, sex is seen in several ways:
    • 1. Sex as "essential"
    • 2. Sex as "experience"       
    • 3. Sex as "experiment"       
    • 4. Sex as "expression"
    • 5. Sex as “entertainment”
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    • Teen sex is one of the major problems that our society faces today.
      • The physical, emotional, and social consequences
        • high rates of teen pregnancy
        • sexually transmitted diseases including AIDS
  • 6.
    • Media = 2 nd leading source of information about sex
    • Teens often seek social and sexual information from mass media sources rather than their parents or other adults.
  • 7.
    • According to American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP),
      • each year 25% of sexually active teenagers contract a sexually transmitted disease
      • The younger a female on the 1st sexual experience = chances of involuntary/forced sex.
  • 8.
      • Parents and educators try to promote abstinence or condom use, but teens are increasingly exposed to media sexual content that does not provide information about health risks and personal responsibility.
      • Both negative and positive advertising messages have been shown to influence young people.
      • – Pediatric Medical Association
  • 9.
    • The media are believed to play a significant role in early sexual activity of teenagers
      • Film
      • Television
      • Music
      • Advertisements
      • Internet
  • 10.
    • 15-20 years old are prone to unwanted pregnancy
        • 16.5 million teenagers suffer unwanted pregnancy
        • At least 64,000 teenagers have abortions
        • 20 to 25% of mothers are in their teenage years.
  • 11.
    • Filipino teens get a higher exposure to sex from:
      • Internet
      • Magazines
      • TV shows
      • Movies
      • Other media
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    • Parental supervision
    • Media professionals
    • Governments and Authorities
    • Media literacy training
    • Mass media
  • 14.  
  • 15.
    • Pregnancy is not as easy as going through a break-up or failing your course. It will change your life and things will never be the same.
  • 16.
    • For the girls, the confirmation of the pregnancy itself can be nerve-wracking—and this is just the first step.
      • What if you are in school?
      • What will your parents say?
      • What will your friends think of you?
      • Will the guy own up to it? Lucky you, if the guy owns up to it with the support of his family. What if he doesn’t? What if they don’t accept you?
      • What would you do if no support is available?
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