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  • Hardcover: 260 pages
  • Publisher: NYU Press (1 Aug. 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0814742629
  • ISBN-13: 978-0814742624
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1.9 x 22.9 cm
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,630,794 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"A detailed yet engaging account. . . . Engrossing"
-Liberty(Jan. 2002)



"This is a troubling book that exposes how child pornography has found a safe haven on the Internet. Philip Jenkins's innovative research methods let him explore and map the secret electronic networks that link individuals whose deviance seems not just outrageous, but incomprehensible. Jenkins shows how culture and social structure emerge in a virtual--and decidedly not virtuous--world. This book raises profound questions about the nature of deviance in an electronic future."
-Joel Best, University of Delaware



"A useful introduction to the methods that the kiddie-porn community uses to hide its activities"
-The Washington Monthly(Nov. 2001)



"There is much of value in Jenkins' work. He manages to discuss CP calmly, while at the same time making clear his personal revulsion, an achievement in itself in an area characterized by so much hysteria."
-The Journal of Sex Research



"Magnificently readable social science on a widely misunderstood subject."
-Booklist

Review

“A detailed yet engaging account. . . . Engrossing”

-Liberty(Jan. 2002)



“This is a troubling book that exposes how child pornography has found a safe haven on the Internet. Philip Jenkins’s innovative research methods let him explore and map the secret electronic networks that link individuals whose deviance seems not just outrageous, but incomprehensible. Jenkins shows how culture and social structure emerge in a virtual―and decidedly not virtuous―world. This book raises profound questions about the nature of deviance in an electronic future.”

-Joel Best,University of Delaware



“A useful introduction to the methods that the kiddie-porn community uses to hide its activities”

-The Washington Monthly(Nov. 2001)



“Magnificently readable social science on a widely misunderstood subject.”

-Booklist



“There is much of value in Jenkins’ work. He manages to discuss CP calmly, while at the same time making clear his personal revulsion, an achievement in itself in an area characterized by so much hysteria.”

-The Journal of Sex Research

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