Study links ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ readers to diseased behaviors
August 25, 2014 - Fifty Shades of Grey
Young women who review a renouned “Fifty Shades of Grey” array are some-more expected to be practicing vulnerable behaviors than those who have directed transparent of a amorous novels, a new investigate found.
The study, published in Journal of Women’s Health, focused on 655 womanlike participants and found those who review during slightest a initial novel were some-more expected to have had a partner who shouted, yelled or swore during them.
Women who reported reading all 3 novels in a array were found to be 65 percent some-more expected to rivet in binge celebration and 63 percent some-more expected to have had some-more than 5 sex partners, compared to non-readers.
While a investigate did not heed either women altered behaviors before or after reading a books, created by E. L. James, researchers remarkable that their commentary were troubling.
“If women gifted inauspicious health behaviors such as jumbled eating first, reading Fifty Shades competence reaffirm those practice and potentially irritate associated trauma,” Amy Bonomi, lead researcher and highbrow in a Department of Human Development and Family Studies during Michigan State University, told MSUToday. “Likewise, if they review ‘Fifty Shades’ before experiencing a health behaviors seen in a study, it’s probable a books shabby a conflict of these behaviors.”
With a film-adapted chronicle of “Fifty Shades of Grey” set to strike screens in Feb 2015 and some-more than 100 million copies of a novel sole worldwide, Bonomi highlighted a significance of training immature adults to courtesy novella with a vicious eye.
“We commend a depiction of assault opposite women in and of itself is not problematic, generally if a depiction attempts to strew critical light on a problem,” Bonomi said. “The problem comes when a depiction reinforces a acceptance of a standing quo, rather than severe it.”
The investigate focused on women aged 18-24.