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The Path of Social Media and Standards

Posted Aug 30, '12 at 1:24pm

Masterforger

Masterforger

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New Zealand attempts that, HahiHa. But middle paths are hard to find, and harder to maintain.
@314d1
Oh, right, because in my post I was sanctioning r@pe, wasn't I? Oh, silly me, I wasn't. I was taking a peaceful path, not the one with violence.
Also, I believe in the U.S. a particularly violent movie only gets rated at about M? Whereas some mild sex scene or even sexual reference gets an R?

 

Posted Aug 30, '12 at 1:42pm

314d1

314d1

3,962 posts

Oh, right, because in my post I was sanctioning r@pe, wasn't I?


****? I didn't even mean ****, I meant that they saw all your sexual stuff and went out and had unprotected sex, just like the guys on the TV does. But **** would happen to, after all what is so big about sex? Besides that, you pretty much said that watching violent TV turns you into a serial killer, so logically watching sexual TV turns you into a rapist.

Oh, silly me, I wasn't. I was taking a peaceful path, not the one with violence.


So you are saying it is better for teenagers to have dangerous unprotected (And consensual, of course) sex then it is for them to watch violent movies, then?

Also, I believe in the U.S. a particularly violent movie only gets rated at about M?


http://moviespics.wcgame.ru/data/2011-07-19/pg-movie-rating.jpg

We don't have an M, M is a video game rating though.

Whereas some mild sex scene or even sexual reference gets an R?


How do you have a mild sex scene?
 

Posted Aug 30, '12 at 1:52pm

partydevil

partydevil

5,119 posts

you guys know your talking about media not social-media right?

 

Posted Aug 30, '12 at 2:17pm

314d1

314d1

3,962 posts

you guys know your talking about media not social-media right?



What is your opinion's on the overall change and development of social media in the past 70 or so years, in terms of morality, subject content, possible education levels and general quality of social media which includes television, literature, internet, radio, film and advertisement? What do you think of the path the media is heading, and where do you think it will end up?


Everyone but the OP knows this. The OP meant media.
 

Posted Aug 30, '12 at 2:33pm

ComradeWolf

ComradeWolf

367 posts

Yes, pardon that. My english isn't top notch and I made a legitimate mistake. I the reason I was thinking social media is due to the social standards on things, etc. Thats why I mentioned that... I think.

 

Posted Aug 30, '12 at 2:43pm

ComradeWolf

ComradeWolf

367 posts

Everyone but the OP knows this. The OP meant media.


My english isn't top notch, and I made a mistake with that, though the aim of the questions listed were focused more so on the social changes. Education, morals, and subject content all effect our society. The overall qaulity could be considered more of a technical thing. But yes, I correct myself here.

MEDIA, not social media. Thank you for pointing that out.
 

Posted Aug 30, '12 at 11:25pm

Kyouzou

Kyouzou

5,231 posts

A mild sex scene would be one in which sex is implied but virtually nothing risque is shown or heard. Those usually rate in the PG-13, R rated movies you can expect to see some nudity in most sex scenes, at least that's what I've found to be true. And if you have things like the Hangover, well then, you know.

 
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