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Pornography Articles

The Journal of Sex Research

Historically pornography has been considered something of a taboo, but should it be? These articles offer an objective and scientific exploration into the true nature of pornography, and its effects on wider society.

Porn Articles

Article TitleAuthorVolume Issue
How Much More XXX is Generation X Consuming? Evidence of Changing Attitudes and Behaviors Related to Pornography Since 1973Joseph Price, Rich Patterson, Mark Regnerus & Jacob WalleyVol. 53 Iss. 1 (2016)
Does Viewing Pornography Diminish Religiosity Over Time? Evidence From Two-Wave Panel DataSamuel L. PerryVol. 54 Iss. 2 (2017)
Dutch Adolescents’ Motives, Perceptions, and Reflections Toward Sex-Related Internet Use: Results of a Web-Based Focus-Group StudySuzan M. Doornwaard, Fedde den Boer, Ine Vanwesenbeeck, Carol H. C. J. van Nijnatten, Tom F. M. ter Bogt & Regina J. J. M. van den EijndenVol. 54 Iss. 8 (2017)
A New Measure of the Perceived Influence of Sexually Explicit Online Media on the Sexual Behaviors of Men Who Have Sex With MenKimberly M. Nelson, David W. Pantalone, Kristi E. Gamarel & Jane M. SimoniVol. 53 Iss. 4 - 5 (2016)
Problematic Online Pornography Use: A Media Attendance PerspectiveJoseph M. Sirianni & Arun VishwanathVol. 53 Iss. 1 (2016)
Documenting Pornography Use in America: A Comparative Analysis of Methodological ApproachesMark Regnerus, David Gordon & Joseph PriceVol. 53 Iss. 7 (2016)
Opposite Trends in the Regulation of Pornography? Policy Differentiation and Policy Convergence Across 26 Countries Between 1960 and 2010Christian Person, Steffen Hurka & Christoph KnillVol. 53 Iss. 7 (2016)
A Profile of Pornography Users in Australia: Findings From the Second Australian Study of Health and RelationshipsChris Rissel, Juliet Richters, Richard O. de Visser, Alan McKee, Anna Yeung & Theresa CaruanaVol. 54 Iss. 2 (2017)
In the Eye of the Beholder: Exploring Variations in the Perceptions of PornographyBrian J. Willoughby & Dean M. BusbyVol. 53 Iss. 6 (2016)
“Whosoever Looketh on a Person to Lust After Them”: Religiosity, the Use of Mainstream and Nonmainstream Sexually Explicit Material, and Sexual Satisfaction in Heterosexual Men and WomenStephen Cranney & Aleksandar ŠtulhoferVol. 54 Iss. 6 (2017)
What Types of Pornography Do People Use and Do They Cluster? Assessing Types and Categories of Pornography Consumption in a Large-Scale Online SampleGert Martin Hald & Aleksandar ŠtulhoferVol. 53 Iss. 7 (2016)
Is Pornography Really about “Making Hate to Women”? Pornography Users Hold More Gender Egalitarian Attitudes Than Nonusers in a Representative American SampleTaylor Kohut, Jodie L. Baer & Brendan WattsVol. 53 Iss. 1 (2016)
Adolescents and Pornography: A Review of 20 Years of ResearchJochen Peter & Patti M. ValkenburgVol. 53 Iss. 4 - 5 (2016)
Video-Based Eye Tracking in Sex Research: A Systematic Literature ReviewFrederike Wenzlaff, Peer Briken & Arne DekkerVol. 53 Iss. 8 (2016)

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