Karen Boyle

Karen Boyle
Born Karen Elizabeth Boyle
(1972-10-22) 22 October 1972 (age 44)
Website [[1] rms.stir.ac.uk/converis-stirling/person/20532%20University%20of%20Stirling]]
Academic work
Institutions University of Stirling
Main interests Feminism, violence and pornography

Karen Elizabeth Boyle (born 22 October 1972),[1] is professor of feminist studies at the University of Stirling,[2] and was previously 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]

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 U.S.A 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: sexualization, 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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