Online Pornography

Online Pornography

by David E. Nelson

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ISBN-13: 9780737759068
Publisher: Greenhaven Publishing
Publication date: 04/16/2012
Series: Opposing Viewpoints Series
Pages: 240
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range: 14 - 17 Years

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Table of Contents

Why Consider Opposing Viewpoints? 11

Introduction 14

Chapter 1 What Is the Impact of Online Pornography on Society? 19

Chapter Preface

1 Pornography Is a Major Industry Rebecca Leung 21

2 Pornography Is Not a Major Industry Susannah Breslin 34

3 Online Pornography Encourages Criminality Tabatha Wethal 39

4 Access to Online Pornography Reduces Rape Steve Chapman 49

5 Online Pornography Negatively Changes How People Form Relationships: National Review Online 54

6 Online Pornography Has Positively Affected Views of Sex and Sexuality Aleks Krotoski 60

Periodical and Internet Sources Bibliography

Chapter 2 What Is the Impact of Online Pornography on Individuals?

Chapter Preface 67

1 Internet Pornography. Is Addictive Donald L. Hilton 69

2 Pornography Is Not Addictive Cristian C.A. Bodo 81

3 Her Teen Committed Suicide over "Sexting" Mike Celizic 88

4 Sexting Is a Normal Part of Teen Sexuality, Not Pornography Tracy Clark-Flory 94

5 Sexting Prosecution Unfairly Targets Young Women Christopher Keelty 102

6 Online Pornography Creates a Unique Creative and Entrepreneurial Outlet for Individuals Benjamin Wallace 107

Periodical and Internet Sources Bibliography 114

Chapter 3 Is Online Pornography a Special Threat to Minors?

Chapter Preface 116

1 Internet Pornography Warps Teen Sexuality Sara Parker 118

2 The Threat of Online Sexual Content Is Exaggerated Judith Levine 127

3 Online Porn Is Toxic to Kids Marnia Robinson 133

4 Online Porn Is Not Toxic, Even to Kids Christopher Shulgan 141

5 The Availability of Child Pornography Lowers the Incidence of Sex Crimes Against Children Milton Diamond Eva Jozifkova Petr Weiss 146

Periodical and Internet Sources Bibliography 160

Chapter 4 Can Online Pornography Be Regulated?

Chapter Preface 162

1 Online Porn Can and Should Be Regulated Chuck Schumer 165

2 Online Pornography Should Not Be Regulated Krishna Rau 174

3 Porn Should Be Restricted to Its Own Internet Domain Nick Clark 182

4 Porn Should Not Be Restricted to Its Own Internet Domain Terry Baynes 188

5 There Should Be an Exclusively Kid-Safe Internet Domain Jonah Goldberg Nick Schulz 193

Periodical and Internet Sources Bibliography 202

For Further Discussion 203

Organizations to Contact 206

Bibliography of Books 210

Index 213

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