Child Pornography and Role of Mass Media

  • Nishimita Tah
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  • Nishimita Tah

    Law Graduate from KIIT School of Law, KIIT University, India

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In the era of 21st century, the role of mass media and internet plays a vital role for the healthy development of a children in this modern period against the consequences of excessive use in exploring age restricted media. However, internet is both a source of promise for the children where it provides enormous range of positive information related to education materials. Apart from it internet has also have various disadvantages where the children of now a days has become the technology freak, most of time they spend hours to hours time in online exposure in sexual websites and other material due to these misuse of technology it has been the most concerning factor of increasing cyber crime. The mainstream of mass media includes television, magazines, movies, music etc, provides increasing portrayal contents of sexuality. online child pornography has not only become an industry, but also has led to sexual exploitation and abuse of children in worldwide which effected socially, mentally and physically. In this study, we will examine a recurring pattern of scientific concern regarding sexuality in the media. Furthermore, we will discuss some overarching theories that help us to understand the expression of sexuality in mass media. Although the Internet is different in many ways from preceding technologies, we conclude that expressions of sexuality on the Internet are not fundamentally different from earlier technologies.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 3, Page 5578 - 5589


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