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Pornography : opposing viewpoints

Author: Helen Cothran
Publisher: San Diego, Calif. : Greenhaven Press, ©2002.
Series: Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The purpose of this anthology is to examine conflicting contemporary views on pornography and explore how technology may shape the production and consumption of pornography in the future.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Helen Cothran
ISBN: 0737707615 9780737707618 0737707607 9780737707601 0737707623 9780737707625
OCLC Number: 45698745
Description: 186 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Pornography harms society / H. Robert Showers --
Pornography is unfairly blamed for society's ills / Lisa Palac --
Internet pornography is a serious problem / Mark Laaser --
The problem of Internet pornography is exaggerated / Julia Wilkins --
Pornography causes violence / Diana E.H. Russell --
Pornography does not cause violence / Mathew Gever --
Pornography harms those involved in its production / Linda Marchiano --
Pornography does not harm those involved in its production / Melissa Monet --
Pornography should be censored / James K. Fitzpatrick --
Pornography should not be censored / Avedon Carol --
Censoring pornography would benefit women / John P. Araujo --
Censoring pornography would harm women / Wendy McElroy --
The National Endowment for the Arts should censor pornographic art / Center for Reclaiming America --
The National Endowment for the Arts should not censor pornographic art / Robert Brustein --
The government should censor Internet pornography / Maryann Kubasek --
The government should not censor Internet pornography / Stephen Chapman --
Filtering software can limit children's access to Internet pornography / Solveig Bernstein --
Parents should not use Internet filtering software / Langdon Winner --
Libraries should regulate Internet access / Mark Y. Herring --
Libraries should not regulate Internet access / Charles Levendosky --
Feminists should oppose pornography / John Stoltenberg --
Feminists should not oppose pornography / Lynne Segal --
Anti-pornography feminists harm the women's movement / Carol Queen --
Anti-pornography feminists do not harm the women's movement / Ann E. Menasche.
Series Title: Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)
Responsibility: Helen Cothran, book editor.

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The purpose of this anthology is to examine conflicting contemporary views on pornography and explore how technology may shape the production and consumption of pornography in the future.

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