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In this contribution to the emerging field of online porn studies, Attwood (media and communications studies, Sheffield Hallam U., UK) situates the Internet's place in debates over the relationship between sex, freedom of expression, and technology. In 13 essays, international authors in cultural studies, sociology, women's studies, and related fields examine the societal implications of porn practices and styles portrayed online. Issues discussed include the mainstreaming of porn, conceptualizations of child pornography, netporn politics, "heteroflexibility," and blurred boundaries between private and public. The anthology does not include images. Annotation ©2010 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (

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