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After reading the analysis of pornographic images on the Internet I started to analyze the research method of this project The article shows the different forms of porn on the Internet between newsgroups and large commercialization Its hard to look at pornography on the Internet as a new phenomenon because pornography is something that has always been looked at in society its just the Internet that is something that is looked at very differently Before people would think of porn as something that was seen in magazines or on videos but now that porn is something that is seen on the Internet it is seen differently I think that is because its easy access I say this because you can look at it in the comfort of your own home Which made me wonder if the only reason porn is looked at as such a big thing now is because its now easy access Random sampling took place in this research when the researchers were randomly picking the pornographic images from the newsgroup This was done by the name of the website and if it sounded or even looked like it was would have porn on it The article proves that commercial vendors are more likely to post explicit pornographic images in public access news groups to attract new customers The article was trying to do this by exploring the differences in the type of material posted by commercial and non-commercial users When you sign in to the Internet you will usually see pop ups of certain porno sites because of the power that certain websites have with connecting to our home computers The literature review on this article has been limited because it does not have new information the information that it does has is facts that have already been found It is not new knowledge The procedure of this was to develop a coding scheme which could have been sexual images
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