Category Archives: Censorship Themes

Censorship Theme: Pornography in Pop Culture – Cole Fraser

Suppressing pornographic material has been a chief aim of censorship policies in the West over the past 100 years. The production and consumption of pornography was far less prevalent prior to the computer revolution in the 1990s because people had … Continue reading

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Censorship Theme: Sexuality – 1

Abstract Sexuality is a common theme among many works of literature. It depends on the individual when deciding if he/she finds a work too sexually explicit. In the cases of The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky or … Continue reading

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Censorship Theme: Religion – Sara

Religion Censorship can be a verbal and nonverbal act to protect a group of people or a divine idea. Religious censorship in world literature is used to keep any naysayer from broadcasting their non-conformist thoughts to the outside world. This … Continue reading

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Censorship Theme: Sexuality, Education, Pornography – Dan

Abstract             The issues that surround censorship encompass many topics on sexual grounds. Some of these topics embrace education and pornography. Both of these subjects are highly controversial; whereas within the education system censored literature has touched on subjects such … Continue reading

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Censorship Theme: Views on Pornography – Nicole

Abstract: The main argument surrounding the theme of censoring pornography is whether pornography causes demonstrable harm, either to the people, mostly women, cast in the filming, or to womankind in general. Conservatives argue for the censorship of pornography based on … Continue reading

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Censorship Theme: Classism – John

Abstract: While there is a clear history of the elite using censorship as a mechanism to control lower-stratified socioeconomic classes, the theme of classism goes largely unmentioned in contemporary discussions of censorship. This paper briefly explores the history of censorship … Continue reading

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