By John Woodhouse and Philip Ward
The availability of ‘soft’ pornography and ‘men’s lifestyle’ magazines in newsagents and shops has been criticised as these titles are often on display where they can be seen by children.
What do the guidelines say?
Guidelines issued by the National Federation of Retail Newsagents (NFRN) advise that ‘soft’ pornography should be placed on the top shelf of newsagents.
The NFRN guidelines recommend that ‘men's lifestyle’ magazines – sometimes referred to as ‘lads’ mags’ – should not be displayed next to children’s titles or at eye-level or below. If this is not possible – e.g. where there is limited display space – the NFRN says that front covers can be part-overlapped with other titles to m
Want to see the rest of this article?
Would you like to see the rest of this article and all the other benefits that Issues Online can provide with?
- Useful related articles
- Video and multimedia references
- Statistical information and reference material
- Glossary of terms
- Key Facts and figures
- Related assignments
- Resource material and websites