Protecting Your Child in an X-rated World

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Tyndale House Publishers, Feb 26, 2002 - Family & Relationships - 307 pages
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$lt;I>Protecting Your Child in an X-Rated World$lt;/I>is an informative guide for adults concerned about children and pornography. Well researched by pornography awareness experts, this book gives facts to inform and action steps to keep kids safe. Describing the special vulnerability of children to the pervasive nature of pornography, the book tells how to "porn-proof" the home and oppose pornography in the community and schools, and gives hope for children already exposed to pornography. Appendixes are included for legal reference, Internet filtering devices, and other resources to protect children.

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User Review  - tjsjohanna - LibraryThing

Very straightforward treatment of pornography in our society - the harm, ways we can avoid it and protect our children, suggestions for fighting it in society at large. Having said all that, however, I finished the book feeling depressed and besieged. Read full review

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User Review  - D. Ciulla - Christianbook.com

This book is an important resource for all parents to help them protect their children from pornography. This book is full of actual incidents of how children get their hands on pornography and the ... Read full review

Contents

The Death of Innocence
1
The Challenge
11
The Pervasiveness of Pornography
41
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

York is former editor in the Public Policy Department at Focus on the Family where he wrote on pornography and other key public policy issues for eight years.

LaRue shapes legal policy and communicates the FRC's position on legal issues to legislators, and other on poronography as well as other social issues.

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