"Obscenity and Pornography" ( Berl Kutchinsky ) Analytical Essay by The Research Group

"Obscenity and Pornography" ( Berl Kutchinsky )
Analyzes the 1983 article's argument that pornonogrphy is not a major social problem.
# 14595 | 1,350 words | 1 source | 1999 | US
Published on Jul 18, 2003 in Hot Topics (Censorship) , Sociology (Media and Society)


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"Berl Kutchinsky, in "Obscenity and Pornography: Behavioral Aspects," states that "In the twentieth century the issue of pornography, like that of environmental pollution, has grown from insignificance to the status of a 'major social problem'" (Kutchinsky, 1983, p. 1077). In

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"Berl Kutchinsky, in "Obscenity and Pornography: Behavioral Aspects," states that "In the twentieth century the issue of pornography, like that of environmental pollution, has grown from insignificance to the status of a 'major social problem'" (Kutchinsky, 1983, p. 1077). In fact, Kutchinsky clearly means to hold up the phrase "major social problem" in describing pornography in order to show that the term does not apply in reality to pornography. This report will examine the ways in which Kutchinsky demonstrates that, in fact, there is little if any evidence to support the argument that pornography can legitimately qualify as a major social problem. The reader finishes Kutchinsky article with the clean impression that the author believes pornography is hardly a legitimate social problem at all."

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