The question of pornography: research findings and policy implications

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Free Press, 1987 - Political Science - 274 pages
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A groundbreaking look at the Meese Commission's conclusions on pornography in America, offering powerful evidence that images of violence increase aggressive behavior and, rejecting censorship as a solution, documenting how education can counter the harmful effects of pornography.

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Research of the 1970 Presidential Commission
Nonviolent Pornography and Aggressive r?
Changes in Viewers Attitudes and Beliefs

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Donnerstein-University of California, Santa Barbara

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