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easily impressed or influenced

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So it is logical and fair to assume that some youngsters will see owning a plastic or replica gun as part of a game, but later on in life some of the more impressionable of society will see a real gun as a 'must have' weapon which has sadly become part of the gang culture.
Schools, universities and colleges, more than anywhere else, have a duty to protect impressionable young minds.
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.
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.
A firm favourite with both impressionable teens and doting nanas, this smooth bunch have, staggeringly, since their inception in 1998, sold more than 40 million albums worldwide and have several multi-platinum albums to their name.
New York, June 25 (ANI): The American Medical Association has slammed photoshopping of images of celebrities as it says such alterations can contribute to unrealistic expectations of appropriate body image - especially among impressionable children and adolescents.
But teenagers are impressionable, and even a brutal description of the violence of gang life could be attractive to them.
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.
A glowing review in the official Vatican newspaper is a U-turn after the Pope had earlier branded the film series able to "corrupt the Christian faith" in impressionable young children.
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.
Based on the 1980s cartoon series--which was based on a 1950s song--Alvin and the Chipmunks features the famous trio of singing rodents: mischievous group leader Alvin, serious Simon and chubby, impressionable Theodore, plus irritable human manager Dave Seville.
The ex-EastEnder, 29, got impressionable Sasha Levy, 18, to ring Sarah Burge to say their affair is over despite the fact they're still dating.
to speak to young people in their impressionable formative years--and say something that could help them make sense of their lives.