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Karen Boyle

Karen Elizabeth Boyle (born 22 October 1972),[1] is Professor of Feminist Media Studies at the University of Strathclyde, previously she was professor of Feminist Studies at the University of Stirling,[2] and before that was a lecturer in film and television studies at the University of Glasgow. She has published a number of articles on feminism, violence and pornography.[3]

Karen Boyle
Born Karen Elizabeth Boyle
(1971-10-22) 22 October 1971 (age 46)
Academic work
Institutions University of Strathclyde
Main interests Feminism, violence and pornography
Website University of Strathclyde

Boyle sits on the editorial boards of both Feminist Media Studies,[4] and Sexualization, Media, and Society.[5]

Contents

BibliographyEdit

BooksEdit

Chapters in booksEdit

  • Boyle, Karen (2005), "Feminism without men: Feminist media studies in a post-feminist age", in Curran, James; Gurevitch, Michael, Mass media and society, London New York: Hodder Arnold Distributed in the USA by Oxford University Press, pp. 29–45, ISBN 9780340884997. 
  • Boyle, Karen; Weissmann, Elke (2007), "Evidence of things unseen: the pornographic aesthetic and the search for truth in CSI", in Allen, Michael, Reading CSI crime TV under the microscope, London New York: I.B. Tauris, pp. 90–102, ISBN 9781845114282. 
  • Boyle, Karen (2009), "Gendered narratives of child sexual abuse in fiction film", in Cuklanz, Lisa M.; Moorti, Sujata, Local violence, global media: feminist analyses of gendered representations, Intersections in Communications and Culture: Global Approaches and Transdisciplinary Perspectives Series, Vol. 23, New York: Peter Lang, pp. 181–200, ISBN 9781433102769. 
  • Boyle, Karen (2009), "Film, violence and gender", in Stark, Evan D.; Buzawa, Eve S., Violence against women in families and relationships: volume 4 The media and cultural attitudes, Santa Barbara, California: Praeger/ABC-CLIO, pp. 37–58, ISBN 9780275998462. 
  • Boyle, Karen (2010), ""That's so fun": selling pornography for men to women in The Girls Next Door", in Dines, Gail; Humez, Jean M., Gender, race and class in media: a critical reader (3rd ed.), California: Sage, pp. 293–300, ISBN 9781412974417. 
  • Boyle, Karen (2012), "The dark side of hard core: critical documentaries on the sex industry", in Hines, Claire; Kerr, Darren, Hard to swallow: hard-core pornography on screen, London New York: Wallflower Press / Columbia University Press, pp. 27–41, ISBN 9780231162135. 
  • Boyle, Karen (2014), "Feminism and pornography", in Evans, Mary; Hemmings, Clare; Henry, Marsha; Johnstone, Hazel; Madhok, Sumi; Plomien, Ania; Wearing, Sadie, The SAGE handbook of feminist theory, Thousand Oaks, California: Sage, pp. 215–231, ISBN 9781446252413. 
  • Boyle, Karen (2015), "Buying and selling sex: sexualisation, commerce, and gender", in Carter, Cynthia; Steiner, Linda; McLaughlin, Lisa, The Routledge companion to media & gender, London New York: Routledge, pp. 259–268, ISBN 9781138849129. 

Journal articlesEdit

See also the film: Natural Born Killers.
See also: Christine and Léa Papin and the film Sister My Sister.
Review of Linda Williams' book, Porn Studies.
See also: Weitzer, Ronald (May 2011). "Pornography's effects: the need for solid evidence: A review essay of "Everyday pornography", edited by Karen Boyle (New York: Routledge, 2010) and "Pornland: how porn has hijacked our sexuality", by Gail Dines (Boston: Beacon, 2010)". Violence Against Women. Sage. 17 (5): 666–675. doi:10.1177/1077801211407478. 
Article refers to: Mulvey, Laura (Autumn 1975). "Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema". Screen. Oxford Journals. 16 (3): 6–18. doi:10.1093/screen/16.3.6. 

OtherEdit

Book review of: Bauer, Nancy (2015). How to do things with pornography. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press. ISBN 9780674055209. 

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Boyle, Karen, 1972–". Library of Congress. Retrieved 23 October 2015. (Karen Elizabeth Boyle; b. Oct. 22, 1972) 
  2. ^ Carter, Cynthia; Steiner, Linda; McLaughlin, Lisa (2015), "Contributors", in Carter, Cynthia; Steiner, Linda; McLaughlin, Lisa, The Routledge companion to media & gender, London New York: Routledge, p. xiii, ISBN 9781138849129. 
  3. ^ Allen, Michael (2007), "Contributors", in Allen, Michael, Reading CSI crime TV under the microscope, London New York: I.B. Tauris, p. ix, ISBN 9781845114282. 
  4. ^ "Editorial board: Feminist Media Studies". Taylor and Francis. Retrieved 23 October 2015. 
  5. ^ "Editorial board: Sexualization, Media, and Society". Sage. Retrieved 23 October 2015. 

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