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Daneils et al. (2016)
Content analysis of girl mags; 3 limitations
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Behm-Morawitz and Mastro (2009)
Sexualisation of women in video games leads to sexualised views of women in real life; 2 limitations
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Senden (2015)
Gender pronouns in the news; men used 9 times more and more positively; 1 limitation
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Dundes (2001)
Pocahontas, moved on but still serves others before herself so sexist and stereotypical
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Coyne et al. (2016)
Effect of engagement with disney princesses; 2 limitations
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Doring et al. (2016)
Gender stereotypes within selfies; 2 limitations
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Rasmussen (2016)
**** reduces satisfaction, commitment and increases acceptance of infidelity; link to **** is weak
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Beyens et al. (2015)
Early adolescent boys exposure **** effects, sensation seeking, early puberty and low academic achievement; 2 limitations
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Brathwaite et al. (2015)
FWB effects, still risky; 2 limitations
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Mikorski and Szymanski (2016)
Endorsement of ******* and violent masculine norms increase unwanted sexual advances and body evaluation of women; 2 limitations
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Kohut et al. (2016)
Surprisingly **** users more equal attitudes towards women in power and abortion; 1 limitation
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Laffan et al. (2016)
Game play happiness punishment and presentation; 2 limitations
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Checa-Romero (2016)
Harry Potter game and film critical capacity by comparing the 2, can be used as a learning tool
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Knoll et al. (2011)
Public vs private German channel gender stereotyping in ads; 2 limitations
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Dill & Thill (2007)
Male characters more agg, female characters more sexualised; 1 limitation
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Hald & Malamuth (2007)
Danish men and women's perceptions of effects of ****
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Anderson & Warburton (2012)
Some pos but mostly neg effect of vid gameplay
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