Why use whom?
I saw a sentence today that made me a little confused, it was: " Many pleople thus propose that governments need to tackle this issue by controlling the media, WHOM people see as responsible for inciting this violence through films and television." So, my question is, why is WHOM used in the sentence? If it were me, I would have used WHICH, since, as I see it, the clause is referring to the media and not a person. Could anyone help me understand ut?!