She claimed that by buying magazines featuring Jonathan Ross and Russell Brand, for example, readers allow the "clowns" to "act outrageously".
Dr Bousted denied that all teenagers just want to be famous, but admitted she had met a young girl whose only ambition was to become a WAG.
In a speech to the Oxford Union on Thursday night, Dr Bousted said: "At 12 she has, and is encouraged by her parents to have: hair extensions and false nails; to wear make-up; and when she is grown up, she wants to be Jordan. She was unable, despite the presenter's very kind interviewing style, to string a sentence together. What mattered, and what mattered only, was her appearance. More...