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"This book represents a delightfully new approach to an academically complex topic because of the competing discourses, apparently never before brought together in one volume. . . . As a general reader (psychologist and lawyer), I found my views changing as I read the material. That is the highest compliment one can bestow on a book. Even though the chapters were dense, I found myself fascinated and enlightened.. . . . [W]hat I believe is the chapters are so well written and compelling that another reader may experience her or his own evolution while reading this volume." - PsycCRITIQUES "Comella and Tarrant provide readers with a sophisticated and appropriately extensive overview of pornography in a text that could easily function as a `desk reference' on the subject . . . surely a compelling and dynamic read. . . . The editors have certainly brought together a vibrant group of interdisciplinary authors to advance a deeply complex topic often sullied with confusing adversarial discourse, relative social stigma, and misinformation. I would highly recommend, New Views on Pornography: Sexuality, Politics, and the Law, to anyone seeking a consolidated text detailing the past, present, and future of pornography." - Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Books "Comella and Tarrant's new work is a valuable addition to the existing literature. . . . The chapters on pedagogy and research methods are particularly useful for researchers. The essays are not only well researched and accessibly written but also integrate first-person perspectives in the industry, legal practices, and academia. Summing Up: Highly recommended. All academic levels/libraries." - ChoiceReseña del editor:
This book presents thought-provoking research and data about pornography that will prompt readers to reconsider their positions on a highly controversial and current issue. * Highlights contemporary and controversial issues in pornography, politics, and the law * Features the latest research and data on pornography, drawing on scholarship in philosophy, medicine, sociology, media studies, gender studies, psychology, criminology, and the law * Brings new scholarship to debates about pop culture and sexuality through comprehensive analysis of the crossroads of pornography and issues such as feminism, censorship, diversity, and sexual politics
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