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By Carol Ascher

First released in 1984, among girls presents groundbreaking analyses of women's writing approximately girls. A compilation of news from biographers, novelists, students and artists approximately their respective inventive methods, this new version additionally comprises an creation through Carolyn Heilbrun. The individuals talk about how they selected their girls topics in addition to the biases and hopes they introduced with them and the discoveries they made.

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This is not the place to provide a qualitative or quantitative empirical account of a "hegemonic pornography" that I am describing, for the moment, in mostly conceptual and theoretical terms. But this brief analytic characterization may have helped clarify why the MacKinnon/ Dworkin procensorship side persists. We now can easily imagine many women feeling alienated both by their lack of control over the production of pornography and by their sense of being somehow left out from the promised pleasures of its consumption .

But Strossen's case does not rest there. Threats to Women's Freedom, Particularly Sexual Freedom This argument, which broadly corresponds with the dilemma of sexual repression, similarly shifts consideration toward the particular risks that anti-pornography legislation poses for women. Strossen paints a history of censorship having been used in fact, rather than hypothetically, against women; whenever and wherever enacted, such state-imposed restrictions have also impeded struggles to attain equality and reproductive rights.

Moreover, as Hall—himself a major figure in the development of cultural studies —has noted, the ideological sway of imagined representations is most effective when brought about by persuasion to ― 76 ― social consensus rather than by force or state-imposed restrictions. He explains this notion of hegemony , itself culled from Gramsci: That notion of dominance which meant the direct imposition of one framework, by overt force or ideological compulsion, on a subordinate class, was not sophisticated enough to match the real complexities of the case.

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