People's Pornography: Sex and Surveillance on the Chinese Internet

People's Pornography: Sex and Surveillance on the Chinese Internet

Katrien Jacobs


 Since its institution in 1949, the People's Republic of China has upheld a national ban on pornography, enforcing harsh punishments on these stuck procuring, generating, or dispensing fabrics deemed a contravention of public morality. A provocative contribution to chinese language media stories through a widely known foreign media researcher, People’s Pornography bargains a wide-ranging review of the political controversies surrounding the ban, in addition to a desirable glimpse into the various targeted media subcultures that experience won common reputation at the chinese language web for this reason. Rounding out this exploration of the various new trends in electronic citizenship, pornography, and activist media cultures within the higher China zone are thought-provoking interviews with contributors involved.

A well timed contribution to the prevailing literature on sexuality, chinese language media, and net tradition, People’s Pornography provides a special perspective at the strong voices excited about the controversy over approximately pornography’s globalization.

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