People's Pornography: Sex and Surveillance on the Chinese Internet
Intellect Books, 2011 - 210 pagine
People's Pornography offers an unprecedented investigation of pornography and activist media cultures on the Chinese internet. The book will give a wide-ranging overview of Chinese porn cultures and political controversies, which are gaining popularity amongst Chinese web users yet are different from their Western counterparts. By looking at new tendencies in pornography, erotic subcultures, and digital citizenship, the book will offer a timely contribution to studies of Chinese media, internet culture, sexuality and surveillance society. The book benefits from many black and white images as examples.
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I found this book interesting and difficult to read by turns. The writing felt as if it was not only translated from another language but also - quite frequently - I felt that the author was from a ... Leggi recensione completa