Items where SHU Author is "Attwood, Feona"

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MENDES, Kaitlynn, SILVA, Kumarini, BASU, Ambar, DUTTA, Mohan, DUNN, Jennifer, ATTWOOD, Feona and BOYLE, Karen (2010). Call girl diaries : new representations of cosmopolitan sex work. Feminist Media Studies, 10 (1), p. 99.

ATTWOOD, F. and SMITH, C. (2010). Extreme Concern: Regulating 'Dangerous Pictures' in the United Kingdom. Journal Of Law And Society, 37 (1), 171-188.

ATTWOOD, Feona and LOCKYER, Sharon (2009). Controversial images: an introduction. Popular Communication, 7 (1), 1-6.

ATTWOOD, F. (2009). Girls Gone Skank: The Sexualization of Girls in American Culture. Sex roles, 61 (3-4), 288-289.

ATTWOOD, F. (2009). Intimate adventures Sex blogs, sex 'blooks' and women's sexual narration. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 12 (1), 5-20.

ATTWOOD, F. and HUNTER, I. Q. (2009). Not Safe for Work? Teaching and Researching the Sexually Explicit Introduction. Sexualities, 12 (5), 547-557.

ATTWOOD, Feona (2009). `deepthroatfucker' and `Discerning Adonis': Men and cybersex. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 12 (3), p. 279.

LOCKYER, Sharon and ATTWOOD, Feona (2009). The sickest television show ever: paedogeddon and the British Press. Popular Communication, 7 (1), 49-60.

ATTWOOD, F. (2007). Sluts and riot grrrls: female identity and sexual agency. Journal of gender studies, 16 (3), 231-245.

ATTWOOD, F. (2007). No money shot?: commerce, pornography and new sex taste cultures. Sexualities, 10 (4), 441-456.

ATTWOOD, F. (2007). ”Other” or “one of us”?: the porn user in public and academic discourse. Participations: journal of audience and reception studies, 4 (1).

ATTWOOD, F. (2006). Sexed up: theorizing the sexualization of culture. Sexualities, 9 (1), 77-94.

ATTWOOD, F. (2005). Fashion and passion: marketing sex to women. Sexualities, 8 (4), 392-406.

ATTWOOD, F. (2005). What do people do with porn? qualitative research into the consumption, use and experience of pornography and other sexually explicit media. Sexuality and culture, 9 (2), 65-86.

ATTWOOD, F. (2005). Inside out: men on the Home Front. Journal of consumer culture, 5 (1), 87-107.

ATTWOOD, F. (2005). 'tits and ass and porn and fighting': male heterosexuality in magazines for men. International journal of cultural studies, 8 (1), 87-104.

ATTWOOD, F. (2004). Pornography and objectification: re-reading “the picture that divided Britain”. Feminist media studies, 5 (1), 7-19.

ATTWOOD, F. (2002). Reading porn: the paradigm shift in pornography research. Sexualities, 5 (1), 91-105.

ATTWOOD, F. (2002). A very British carnival: women, sex and transgression in Fiesta magazine. European journal of cultural studies, 5 (1), 91-105.

Book Section

FORMBY, Eleanor (2014). Sex and relationships education, sexual health, and lesbian, gay and bisexual sexual cultures: views from young people. In: ATTWOOD, Feona and SMITH, Clarissa, (eds.) Investigating young people’s sexual cultures. Abingdon, Routledge.

ATTWOOD, Feona (2012). Art school sluts: art, porn and aesthetics. In: HINES, Claire and KERR, Darren, (eds.) Hard to swallow : reading pornography on screen. London, Wallflower Press.

ATTWOOD, Feona (2011). Sex and the citizens: erotic play and the new leisure culture. In: BRAMHAM, Peter and WAGG, Stephen, (eds.) The new politics of leisure and pleasure. New York, Macmillan.

ATTWOOD, Feona (2011). Through the looking glass? Sexual agency and subjectification in cyberspace. In: GILL, Rosalind and SCHARFF, Christina, (eds.) New femininities : postfeminism, neoliberalism and subjectivity. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan.

ATTWOOD, Feona (2010). Conclusion: toward the study of online porn cultures and practices. In: ATTWOOD, Feona, (ed.) : making sense of online pornography. Digital formations (48). New York, Peter Lang, 236-244.

ATTWOOD, Feona (2010). Introduction: porn studies: from social problem to cultural practice. In: ATTWOOD, Feona, (ed.) Making Sense of Online Pornography. Digital formations (48). New York, Peter Lang, 1-13.

ATTWOOD, Feona (2010). Younger, paler, decidedly less straight: new online porn producers. In: : making sense of online pornography. Digital formations (48). New York, Peter Lang, 88-106.

ATTWOOD, Feona (2009). Dirty work: researching women and sexual representation. In: RYAN-FLOOD, Róisín. and GILL, Rosalind (Rosalind Clair), (eds.) Secrecy and silence in the research process : feminist reflections. London, Routledge, 177-187.

ATTWOOD, Feona (2009). Introduction: the sexualization of culture. In: ATTWOOD, Feona, (ed.) Mainstreaming sex: the sexualization of Western culture. London, I.B.Tauris.

HOLLAND, Samantha and ATTWOOD, Feona (2009). Keeping fit in six inch heels: the mainstreaming of pole dancing. In: ATTWOOD, Feona, (ed.) Mainstreaming sex: the sexualization of Western culture. London, I.B. Tauris.

Conference or Workshop Item

ATTWOOD, Feona (2009). Altpornification: porn cultures and new online sex media. In: Porn cultures, University of Leeds, 15-16 June 2009. (Unpublished)

ATTWOOD, Feona and HOLLAND, Samamtha (2009). Disdain, disgust and guilty pleasure: reading Trinny and Susannah. In: Big reveal II: lifestyle TV conference, University of Brighton, 29-30 May 2009. (Unpublished)

ATTWOOD, Feona (2009). Extreme style and sensation. In: Talking dirty: sex and the cinema, Leeds, 13-14 November 2009. (Unpublished)

ATTWOOD, Feona (2009). Going to extremes: understanding new online pornographies. In: Good sex, bad sex: sex, law, crime and ethics, Budapest, Hungary, 4-6 May 2009. (Unpublished)

ATTWOOD, Feona (2009). Shock and horror: new extreme images online. In: Media research seminar series, Brighton, 5 November 2009. (Unpublished)

ATTWOOD, Feona (2009). The sexualization of culture? In: Women in the media, Bradford, 30 September 2009. (Unpublished)

Edited Book

ATTWOOD, Feona, ed. (2010). : making sense of online pornography. Digital formations, 48 . New York, Peter Lang.

ATTWOOD, Feona, ed. (2009). Mainstreaming sex: the sexualization of Western culture. London, I.B. Tauris.


CARR, Alison J. (2013). How do I look? Viewing, embodiment, performance, showgirls, and art practice. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University (United Kingdom)..

DELLER, Ruth A. (2012). Faith in view: religion and pirituality in factual British television 2000-2009. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University.

NAYLOR, Anne-Marie. (2008). Identification and mediascape: 'Ally McBeal', 'Sex and the City' and female audiences. Masters, Sheffield Hallam University (United Kingdom)..

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