Angelibeth Claudio López Randolph Antúnez Kelma Ruiz Báez José María León Pornography
Introduction This work is based on a study of pornography, rates and other information on this theme. Its theoretical framework based on the status of pornography as a business and how often it is used. In other hand, we know the psychological, involving social, both those who do it as who sees it. This theme is picked education as something that our classmates can learn to define what pornography is the display of sexual content in the form obscene with intent to arouse or promote pornography. For others is a distortion of sexuality and negative effects, as it takes an individual to be a sex addict.
What is it? Pornography is the portrayal of explicit sexual subject matter for the purposes of sexual excitement and erotic satisfaction. Porn can be found in a huge variety of ways. It can be found through books, magazines, Internet and even in video games (ex. Grand Theft Auto 3), sculptures and even in paintings. In pornography the movie actors are called porn-stars and picture models are called porn-models. Pornography is often censored because of its obscene content.
Types of pornography Softcore Hardcore
Types of pornography This types have also sonme sub-categories or sub-genres:the category of participants, such as: Amateur pornography : not professional Fetish pornography : sexual arousal a person receives from an object. Sexual-orientation-based pornography (heterosexual pornography; gay pornography; lesbian pornography; bisexual pornography) Orgy pornography Race-oriented pornography (e.g. Asian, black, Latino, interracial) Reality pornography : documentary style Soft pornography Voyeurism, involving, for example, use of hidden camera or "upskirt" photography.
This article focuses on the effects of diction of pornography on marriage. In this article we examined the relationship of pornography and infidelity and discussed as examples of celebrity marriages in which there was addiction to pornography. The name of Jesus, adultery, lust and the role of pornography at the internet. We examined the link between the diction to pornography. References: Douthat, R. (2008). Is Pornography Adultery?. Atlantic Monthly (10727825), 302(3), 80-86. Retrieved from EBSCOhost. A. Ispornography adultery?
This article presents different views and different views of the author about pornography on the concepts of prostitution and sex trafficking. According to the author, 49 percent of 854 prostitutes pornography was informed of them while they were prostituting. ReferencesBerg, S. M. (2007, March). Pornography Prostitution & Sex Trafficking: How Do You Tell the Difference?. Off Our Backs. p. 64. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.. A. Pornography prostitution & sex trafficking: How do you tell the differences?
In this article we can see several interviews conducted by the police where offenders admit their addiction to pornography. In this they relantan their different histories, and how it affects the environment (victims and etc). ReferencesSeto, M. C., Reeves, L., & Jung, S. (2010). Explanations given by child pornography offenders for their crimes. Journal of Sexual Aggression, 16(2), 169-180. doi: J. Explanations given by child pornography offenders for their crimes
This news is based on child pornography created by young people themselves taking videos, and photos. These videos show images of themselves having sex or just showing images of their bodies. They themselves are often those who distribute this type of pornography or sometimes can be friends or loved ones. There are organizations that are dedicated to pursuing the youth involved in this practice to support them and rehabilitate them. ReferencesLeary, M. (2010). SEXTING OR SELF-PRODUCED CHILD PORNOGRAPHY? THE DIALOG CONTINUES - STRUCTURED PROSECUTORIAL DISCRETION WITHIN A MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESPONSE. Virginia Journal of Social Policy & the Law, 17(3), 486-566. Retrieved from EBSCOhost. J. Sexting or self-produced child pornography?
The difference between describing the behavior as a compulsion or an addiction is subtle, but important.Erick Janssen, PhD, a researcher at the Kinsey Institute, criticizes the use of the term addiction when talking about porn because he says it merely describes certain people's behavior as being addiction-like, but treating them as addicts may not help them.Many people may diagnose themselves as porn addicts after reading popular books on the subject, he says. But mental health professionals have no standard criteria to diagnose porn addiction. K. Is pornography addictive?
In this study, we examined the unique contribution of pornography consumption to the longitudinal prediction of criminal recidivism in a sample of 341 child molesters. We specifically tested the hypothesis, based on predictions informed by the confluencemodel of sexual aggression that pornography will be a risk factor for recidivism only for those individuals classified as relatively high risk for re-offending. Pornography use (frequency and type) was assessed through self-report and recidivism was measuredusing data from a national database from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Indices of recidivism, which were assessed up to 15 years after release, included an overall criminal recidivism index, as well as subcategories focusing on violent (includingsexual) recidivism and sexual recidivism alone. Results for both frequency and type of pornography use were generally consistent with our predictions. Most importantly, after controlling for general and specific risk factors for sexual aggression, pornographyadded significantly to the prediction of recidivism. Statistical interactions indicated that frequency of pornography use was primarily a risk factor for higher-risk offenders, when compared with lower-risk offenders, and that content of pornography (i.e., pornography containing deviant content) was a risk factor for all groups. The importance of conceptualizing particular risk factors (e.g., pornography), within the context of other individual characteristics is discussed.References: Kingston, D. A., Fedoroff, P., Firestone, P., Curry, S., & Bradford, J. M. (2008). Pornography use and sexual aggression: the impact of frequency and type of pornography use on recidivism among sexual offenders. Aggressive Behavior, 34(4), 341-351. doi:10.1002/ab.20250 K. Pornography use and sexual aggresion: the impact
Child pornography is perhaps one of the most consistent problems in society worldwide. It this it is an abomination and should be punished even harder than it is. Children don't deserve that a sick adult do such things to them. It is even impressive how there are times that law doesn't find guilty people that have been caught with child pornography, this is what this report is about. Reference: Wells, M., Finkelhor, D., Wolak, J., & Mitchell, K. J. (2007). Defining Child Pornography: Law Enforcement Dilemmas in Investigations of Internet Child Pornography Possession. Police Practice & Research, 8(3), 269-282. doi:10.1080/15614260701450765 R. Child pornography
This link above you can find information about fighting pornography. Here you can find help if you or someone near you has an addiction. Hope you take a look at it and enjoy from this information. R. Fighting against porn
conclusion This work is important because it teaches us how to have a definition and a clear concept of what is pornography and the right way as it should have sex without hurting others. Thereno doubt that pornography is a social problem that affects us all as we are all exposed to it through different ways. Pornography is certainly a topic that not everyone likes to talk, but it is a reality that we all as members of a society must face, not only for the addict who spends hours watching pornographic material, but also for the thousands of million people each year are sexually exploited.We criticize pornography but we think the potential suffering that both women and children suffer for the holding that deception and false promises to peopleinescrupolosas the trail to the underground world of pornography to a life of suffering and often remorse of conscience.