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Bibliography on Pornography and Men's Violence Against Women

Terri Mazurek

Published: March 30, 1999

Resources

Allen, M., Emmers, T., Gebhardt, L., & Giery, M. A. (1995). Exposure to pornography and acceptance of rape myths. Journal of Communication, 45, (1), 5-26.

Burt, M. (1980). Cultural myths and supports for rape. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 38, 217-230.

Demare, D., Lips, H. M., & Briere, J. (1993). Sexually violent pornography, anti-women attitudes, and sexual aggression: A structural equation model. The Journal of Research in Personality, 27, 285-300.

Fisher, W. A. & Grenier, G. (1994). Violent pornography, anti-woman thoughts, and anti-woman acts: In search of reliable effects. The Journal of Sex Research, 31, (1), 23-38.

Ford, M. E., & Linney, J. A. (1995). Comparative analysis of juvenile sexual offenders,violent non-sexual offenders, and status offenders. Journal of InterpersonalViolence, 10, (1), 56-70.

Garcia, L. T. (1986). Exposure to pornography and attitudes about women and rape: A correlational study. Journal of Sex Research, 22, (3), 378-385.

Gunther, A. C. (1995). Overrating the X-Rating: The third-person perception and support for the censorship of pornography. Journal of Communication, 45, (1), 27-39.

Lederer, Laura (Ed.). (1980). Take back the night: women on pornography. New York: William Morrow.

MacKinnon, C. (1993). Only Words. Cambridge, MA : Harvard University Press.

Malamuth, N. M., & Check, J. V. (1981). The effects of mass media exposure on acceptance of violence against women: A field experiment. Journal of Research in Personality, 15, 436-446.

Malamuth, N. M., & Check, J. V. (1985). The effects of aggressive pornography on beliefs in rape myths: Individual differences. Journal of Research and Personality, 19, 299-320.

Padgett, V. R. , Brislin-Slutz, J., & Neal, J. A. (1989). Pornography, erotica, and attitudes toward women: The effects of repeated exposure. The Journal of Sex Research, 26, (4), 479-491.

Russell, D. E. (1980). Pornography and violence: What does the new research say? In L. Lederer (Ed.), Take back the night: Women on pornography. (pp. 218-238). New York: William and Morrow Company.

Russell, D. E. (1993). Making violence sexy. Feminist views on pornography. U. K.: Open University Press.

Weisz, M. G., & Earls, C. M. (1995). The effects of exposure to filmed sexual violence on attitudes toward rape. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 10, (1), 71-84.