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Osgoode Hall Law Journal

Authors

Neil Boyd

Document Type

Article

Abstract

In this study of the Federal Government's control of obscenity through criminal sanctions and its relationship with provincial censorship powers - particularly as practised in Ontario, British Columbia, Quebec and Nova Scotia - Professor Boyd traces the public's evolving attitudes towards the question of what obscenity is. He also provides a brief review of studies concerning the effects of pornography on society.

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