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Sex and censoriousness: pornography and censorship in Britain

Williams, Linda Ruth (2002) Sex and censoriousness: pornography and censorship in Britain In, Briggs, Adam and Cobley, Paul (eds.) The Media: An Introduction. Harlow, Pearson Longman pp. 477-495.

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Contents 1. What you need to know before you start to use this book (Adam Briggs and Paul Cobley)
Part I: WHAT ARE THE MEDIA? (Adam Briggs and Paul Cobley) 2. Comics (Roger Sabin) 3. Book publishing (David Saunders) 4. Advertising (Iain MacRury) 5. News agencies (Oliver Boyd-Barrett and Terhri Rantanen) 6. Public relations and journalism (David Miller) 7. Newspapers (James Curran) 8. Magazines (Brian Braithwaite) 9. Radio (Andrew Crisell) 10. Television (Richard Patereson) 11. Cinema (Anne J™ckel) 12. Pop music (Roy Shuker) 13. Technology (Brian McNair)
Part II: "OUTSIDE" THE MEDIA (Adam Briggs and Paul Cobley) 14. Economics (Patrick Barwise and David Gordon) 15. Policy (Sylvia Harvey) 16. Models of media institutions (Ralph Negrine) 17. Audience research (Ray Kent) 18. 'Effects' (Guy Cumberbatch) 19. 'Impacts and influences' (Jenny Kitzinger) 20. Active Audiences (Joke Hermes) 21. Approaches (John Corner)
Part III: "IN" THE MEDIA (Adam Briggs and Paul Cobley) 22. Sexuality (Andy Medhurst) 23. Gender (Irene Costera Meijer and Liesbet van Zoonen) 24. Social class (Joanne Lacey) 25. Race and ethnicity (Sarita Malik) 26. Youth (Bill Osgerby) 27. Disability (Jessica Evans) 28. Nationality (Andrew Higson) 29. Sport (Neil Blain and Raymond Boyle) 30. News production (Jerry Palmer) 31. Parliamentary politics (Ivor Gaber) 32. News photography (Patricia Holland) 33. Pornography and censorship (Linda Ruth Williams)

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Published date: February 2002


Local EPrints ID: 28873
ISBN: 0582423465
PURE UUID: a4f7a129-a07d-4367-b4fa-6c6e8e338e94

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Date deposited: 17 May 2006
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:59

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Editor: Adam Briggs
Editor: Paul Cobley

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