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LEADING universities have been named and shamed by David Cameron for giving a platform to extremists as a new legal duty on institutions to "protect impressionable young minds" was announced.
These people use the internet and social media to target impressionable young people but the reality of what goes on is far more terrible than they say.
Certainly, Van Sant chose an impressionable candidate for Christian Grey in Alex Pettyfer.
And at an impressionable age when children often lack social skills and self confidence it is all too easy for them to fall prey to a cynical adult pervert.
We must stop exposing impressionable children and teenagers to advertisements portraying models with body types only attainable with the help of photo editing software," she added.
But teenagers are impressionable, and even a brutal description of the violence of gang life could be attractive to them.
If that's who he considers a role model, easily impressionable Hipson is a very disturbed young man.
At such a young and impressionable age, the general consensus surrounding Amir had been one of sympathy at how a player just starting out on his career can become embroiled in such a scam.
By featuring the 'Curtis War ren -A Gangster''s Story'' in Monday''s issue, you are exposing impressionable young people in Liverpool to aspire to yet another negative role model.
Craig Jardine had been aware of his impressionable victim's age when they met through a friend shortly before her 15th birthday.
Not only does it give the wrong messages to young people, who are often quite impressionable, but the wider public become cynical about the responses to drug offenders.
The International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) warned that allowing famous people to get away with drug crimes had a damaging effect on impressionable youngsters and undermines faith in the criminal justice system.