Psychological Effects Of Pornography Essay

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Pornography and Its Cascading Effects on a Child's Psychology In the book "A War We Must Win", author John Harmer criticize the media that denies that pornography, sex, nudity and violence have any long-term negative effect on adults or children. He reinforces his view with the support of Nicholas Van Hoffman's quote:"Why is it that liberals who believe "role models" in third grade readers are of decisive influence on behaviour when it concerns racism or male chauvinist piggery, laugh at the assertion that pornography may also teach rape? Every textbook in every public school system in the US has been overhauled in the last twenty years because it was thought that the blond, blue-eyed urban children once depicted therein taught little people a socially dangerous ethnocentrism". The emergence of the Internet not only revolutionized the communication world, but it also changed the definition of socialization, education, employment and entertainment in a…show more content…
These days adolescents are facing many psychiatric problems such as attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), social phobia, hostility, aggression, reduced self-control, insomnia and depression, this problem is more acute in children who are victims of internet addiction. Now the question arises, How to cope-up with this 21st-century epidemic? Here are some tips for parents and teachers through which they can minimize the risk. A) Proactive parenting and moral support: Educating your children on the negative effects of the internet is the best way to safeguard your children from bad influences on the internet. Children learn best from their parents as God has made parents the first and best teachers of children. Encourage children to pursue outdoor activities and team games in natural settings. Cultivate habits, including reading, parents should kindle their hidden talent and motivate them for extracurricular

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