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Feminist consideration of the question

J.D Bottomley

Feminist consideration of the question

How mainstream are pornographic representations of sexuality in contemporary popular culture?

by J.D Bottomley

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Published by Worcester Coll. of H. E., Social Sci. Divn. .
Written in English


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In binder.

StatementJ.D. Bottomley.
The Physical Object
Pagination(82)p. ;
Number of Pages82
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15199472M
ISBN 101870850076

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