Pornography and Sexual Representation: A Reference Guide - Vol. 3

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Index
A., Dr. "Isaac Asimov", 841
AAAAA Amateurs Web, 588
Aarne, Antti, 114, 771, 772
Abarbanel, Albert, 100
"Abating Obscenity as a Nuisance: An Easy Procedural Road for Prior Restraints," 1066
Abbott, Steve, 725
ABC (American Broadcasting Company), 1064
Abel, Bob, 938
Abel, Ernest L., 128
Abel, Richard L., 1064
Abelman, Robert, 708
Abelson, Herbert I., 984, 1063
Abelson, H.R., 189
Abernathy, Christina, 484
Abernathy, Joe, 734
Ableman, Paul, 378
abortion, 17, 19, 29, 46
"Abortion and Pornography: The Sexual Liberals' 'Gotcha' Against Women's Equality," 1058
abortionists, prosecution of, 50
About Looking, 257
About Time: Exploring the Gay Past, 173
Above All Liberties, 1026
Above the Law: The Justice Department's War Against the First Amendment, 112, 1072
" 'Above the Pulp-Line': The Cultural Significance of Erotic Art," 289
Abrahams, Roger, 334, 771
Abrahams Collection (Kinsey Institute), 334
Abramson, Ben, 826, 827
Abramson, Paul R., 167, 953
"Abrotica: The Lesbian Erotic and the Erotic Abject in Anäis Nin's House of Incest," 819
Absolutely Mad Inventions, 416
abstraction in antiporn theory, 264
Abt, Vicki, 712
Abt Associates, Inc., 1097
academic: advantages of studying pornography, 299; folklore, 970; interest in pornography, 262; pornographic discourses compared, 297; sexlessness, 297; tendency to impose taste on pop culture, 299; theories, 749
Academic Outlaws: Queer Theory and Cultural Studies in the Academy, 169
acceptance of rape myths, 990, 992
Access: The Supplementary Index to Periodicals, 129, 134, 450, 477, 728

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Pornography and Sexual Representation - A Reference Guide Volume III iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xvii
  • How to Use This Guide xxi
  • Introduction: Finding a Place for Pornography 749
  • 15: Folklore and Oral Genres 755
  • 16: Erotic Literature 811
  • 17: Newspapers, Magazines, and Advertising 879
  • 18: Comics 932
  • 19: Research on Pornography in the Medical and Social Sciences 954
  • 20: Pornography and Law 1019
  • 21: The Economics of Pornography 1093
  • Index 1123
  • About the Author 1315
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