Net.seXXX: Readings on Sex, Pornography, and the Internet

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Dennis D. Waskul
P. Lang, 2004 - Computers - 340 pages
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Sex has shaped the Internet from the very beginning. In the process, the Internet has also brought about a plethora of new sexual possibilities, opened new markets for the entrepreneurs of pornography, challenged the boundaries of social institutions, exposed precarious moral dynamics, and created a novel arena for asking important questions about the people who may or may not be grounded in this emerging matrix of computer-mediated meaning. This book takes stock of these changes. Drawing from some of the most notable works written on the subject and original contributions from experts in the field, Net.SeXXX explores the dynamics of Internet sex, entertains implications and consequences, critically examines key conclusions, and raises new questions.

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Personhood and Internet Sex
Body and Self in Televideo Cybersex
Culture and Internet Sex

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The Editor: Dennis Waskul is Assistant Professor of Sociology at Minnesota State University, Mankato. He is the author of several empirical and theoretical articles on Internet chat and cybersex in various scholarly journals as well as the book Self-Games and Body-Play: Personhood in Online Chat and Cybersex (Peter Lang, 2003).

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