"Pornography" Essays and Research Papers

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  • Argument Pornography

    Mark Wicclair argues that we should be very wary about the censorship of pornography‚ even if pornography‚ as Helen Longino defines it‚ exists. In order to fully understand Wicclair ’s reason for being wary of the censorship of pornography it is important that we use Helen Longino ’s definition of pornography. Helen Longino defines pornography as "[the] verbal or pictoral explicit representations of sexual behavior that...have as a distinguishing characteristic ‘the degrading and demeaning

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  • Ethics on Pornography

    Türkay SARIKAYA 20701889 Section 02 Research paper 1ST draft ETHICS OF PORNOGRAPHY Everybody knows something about porn. But what is porn really? Why it is exist? People get pleasure from porn. Porn is just for an entertainment and it is like other genres of movies. It is just like action‚ just like horror… Porn is a genre and it has some sub-genres in it. In Turkish there is a word says; “nerede çokluk orada bokluk” means if there are so many things there must be bad things in

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  • The Effects of Pornography

    of Pornography in Our Culture Today Pornography is a constant debate. Everyone has an opinion on the subject. Many people say pornography is bad for society as a whole. There are many negative effects of pornography‚ such as an increased likelihood of sexually aggression‚ the objectification of women‚ and the imbalanced relationship in pornography may be integrated into real life relationships. Pornography has extensive‚ destructive effects that are too great to defend. Pornography‚ especially

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  • Immorality of Pornography

    Ken Stoye Ethics 2050 - 014 April 19‚ 2005 The Immorality of Pornography The argument over the morality of pornography can take shape in many different ways. In order to take a stance‚ it’s important to identify what exactly is included in the definition of pornography. In this paper‚ pornography will be defined as sexually explicit materials in which the acts depicted degrade or subordinate women. The degradation and subordination can occur through various different acts‚ but in an attempt to

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  • Religion of Pornography

    Personal Relationships > Pornography “With pornographic material freely available on the internet and not covered by the laws of the country in which it may be viewed‚ ethics are needed to guide its usage”. The general meaning of ethics is the balance of morals and principles. Generally ethics has to do with particular groups‚ and in each group they are constantly changing. These changes happen due to factors in life‚ factors such as; age‚ religion and gender. Ethics is a very debatable topic

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  • Pornography And Violence

    Running head: PORNOGRAPHY AND VIOLENCE           1        Pornography and Violence Against Women  Sophia Ambroise  Keiser University        Running head: PORNOGRAPHY AND VIOLENCE           2  Abstract  Pornography is one of the biggest businesses in the United States. The beginning of it is not  known‚ however it is promptly accessible in every country. There are diverse sorts‚ levels and  types. It is accessible for each diverse interest an individual may have. Some accept that it started 

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  • The Effects of Pornography

    to us. This is similar to what the government attempts to do with pornography and obscenity laws.   Pornography is the portrayal of sexually explicit material with the intent to cause sexual arousal. Pornography is the display of women as sexual objects‚ enjoying pain‚ humiliation‚ rape or being physically harmed. It is also obscene material in the form of audio‚ video‚ pictures‚ paintings‚ and even in written words. Pornography is many things and can not be defined it to one single definition because

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  • Is Pornography Prostitution

    Is Pornography Prostitution? In todays society we find pornography more socially acceptable than prostitution. There are many reasons why pornography has the upper hand in our society. It is legal‚ 42.7% of Internet users view porn (Pornography Statistics)‚ and porn stars are seen as sex celebrities. When we hear the word prostitution we automatically think illegal‚ drugs‚ pimps‚ STDs‚ cheap women‚ and dirty men. If we take a step back and just erase whatever we were taught‚ heard‚ or seen and

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  • The Morality of Pornography

    The Morality of Pornography As the morality of pornography as a form of free speech is as questionable as it is popular‚ the question that I would like to raise is whether the correct response to the harm associated with pornography is censorship. MacKinnon argues that pornography represents everything that women have struggled to overcome through feminist suffrage including battery‚ sexual harassment‚ and prostitution. Nadine Strossen‚ although she does not deny MacKinnon’s claims‚ argues that

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  • Controversial Pornography

    Controversial Pornography by: Nicole Lamberson Ms. Susan Trabert English 102-060 December 12‚ 1996 Show a number of different people a simple piece of paper consisting of nothing more than a red blotch of paint and ask them what they see. The responses will vary from objects such as a cherry‚ to more simply‚ just plain red paint. This is an indication of the individuality‚ or sum of qualities that characterize and distinguish an individual from all others‚ instilled

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