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What do people say they learn from pornography?

What do people say they learn from pornography?
What do people say they learn from pornography?
Three Systematic Reviews (SRs) were conducted as part of an Australian Research Council funded multi-disciplinary project on different ways of understanding pornography’s relationships with its audiences. Use of pornography was framed through pleasure, competence in mediated sexuality and sexual education. After exclusions and inclusions of the articles were agreed, thematic analyses based on Braun and Clarke guidelines were conducted. Even though sexual education was the explicit focus of only one of these SRs, it featured in all three of them. Major themes relating to how pornography emerges as a source of sexual education are presented from all three SRs; these include learning about the mechanics of sex, sexual performance-positions-sex roles, sex techniques, anal sex and about sexual identity. Analysis is still ongoing; limitations will be highlighted.
Pornography, Education, Systematic Review, Thematic Analysis
Litsou, Katerina
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Ingham, Roger
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Byron, Paul
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Litsou, Katerina
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Ingham, Roger
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Byron, Paul
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Litsou, Katerina, Ingham, Roger, McKee, Alan and Byron, Paul (2019) What do people say they learn from pornography? International Academy of Sex Research: Forty-fifth Annual Meeting, Mexico City, Mexico. 24 - 27 Jul 2019.

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Abstract

Three Systematic Reviews (SRs) were conducted as part of an Australian Research Council funded multi-disciplinary project on different ways of understanding pornography’s relationships with its audiences. Use of pornography was framed through pleasure, competence in mediated sexuality and sexual education. After exclusions and inclusions of the articles were agreed, thematic analyses based on Braun and Clarke guidelines were conducted. Even though sexual education was the explicit focus of only one of these SRs, it featured in all three of them. Major themes relating to how pornography emerges as a source of sexual education are presented from all three SRs; these include learning about the mechanics of sex, sexual performance-positions-sex roles, sex techniques, anal sex and about sexual identity. Analysis is still ongoing; limitations will be highlighted.

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Published date: 24 July 2019
Venue - Dates: International Academy of Sex Research: Forty-fifth Annual Meeting, Mexico City, Mexico, 2019-07-24 - 2019-07-27
Keywords: Pornography, Education, Systematic Review, Thematic Analysis

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Local EPrints ID: 434906
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/434906
PURE UUID: 4361083b-d0dd-455b-9dea-7a23bb9ebf97
ORCID for Katerina Litsou: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-1632-8946

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Date deposited: 15 Oct 2019 16:30
Last modified: 24 Oct 2019 00:23

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