Misogyny and mass media  

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Examples of misogyny exist in many published forms, within multiple cultures and well-observed works. Technological advances in the modern era have contributed proficient means to media and marketing to the resultant mass media in the 21st century. The merging of misogyny and mass media has made numerous examples where studies have concluded correlations between misogynous messages, both obvious and subliminal. Corresponding physical appearance of violence and hateful conduct may be seen relative to exposure.

References

  • Donnerstein, Edward; Berkowitz, Leonard (1981). "Victim Reactions in Aggressive Erotic Films as a Factor in Violence against Women". Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 41 (4): 710–24

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