Fifty Shades Of Grey

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“Fifty Shades of Grey” linked to Health Risks in Young Women Sierra Glisson University of South Florida: PSY3213-908 “Fifty Shades of Grey” linked to Health Risks in Young Women There have been many studies done in an attempt to find an association between violent works of fiction and behavior. This particular popular press article focuses on the idea that Fifty Shades of Grey can be associated with health risks. The purpose of the popular press article is to establish the claim that young women who read “Fifty Shades of Grey” are more likely to exhibit signs associated with eating disorders and have an abusive partner than nonreaders. The purpose of the corresponding scientific article, written by Bonomi, Nemeth, Altenburger, Anderson, Snyder, and Dotto (2014), is to assess the association between health risks and reading popular fiction depicting violence against women. The popular press article and the scientific article introduced the two theories regarding popular…show more content…
These behaviors that are constantly seen with verbal and emotional abuse. Similarly, those who had read at least the first novel were had an increased risk of eating disorders within their lifetime, were more likely to report having more than five sexual intercourse partners and report binge drinking within the last 30 days. These behaviors are commonly associated with violence victimization. As seen with the scientific study, the popular press article addresses the association between the Fifty Shades series and problematic behavior. Based on the theory in the research article you have chosen, come up with a testable hypothesis for a follow up study. Describe the variables that would be studied procedure to study

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