The Impact of Internet Pornography on Married Women: A Psychodynamic Perspective

by Susan Cebulko

Description

24/7 access to all kinds of material is one of the great benefits of the Internet …or is it? With the floodgates of the Web wide open, pornography is now readily available, literally at one's fingertips. While there have been studies conducted on internet pornography users, there have none until now on those that are exposed to the “second-hand” impact.

This unprecedented book is a daring study that provides a psychodynamic understanding of women’s experiences of husbands who use Internet pornography. It examines the relationship between wives’ issues of self-esteem and their lack of efficacy; it also explores the female psychosexual development and its impact on wives’ experiences with their husbands. This book is the first to explore the impact on women married to Internet pornography users.

As one of the first studies daring enough to address and explore this darker side of society, this book should be on the shelves of all scholars in cultural anthropology, psychology, sociology, and women's studies.



 

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