RE: adding porn to collection

Markus, Tim (MarkusT@evergreen.edu)
Tue, 28 Jan 2003 09:10:03 -0800 (PST)

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There are certainly legitimate reasons to study "porn" depending on what
type of organization you are. Our experience (we have material on feminist
approaches, etc., some of which is very graphic) is that it's hard to keep
it from disappearing and we replace it *a lot*. Of course our Bukowski and
Henry Miller tend to be that way too. So I guess restricting access might be
one way to approach it. We tend to feel if the faculty requests it, we try
to provide it.

Tim Markus
Head of Cataloging
The Evergreen State College
Olympia, WA 98505

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RE: adding porn to collection

There are certainly legitimate reasons to study = "porn" depending on what type of organization you are. Our = experience (we have material on feminist approaches, etc., some of = which is very graphic) is that it's hard to keep it from disappearing = and we replace it *a lot*. Of course our Bukowski and Henry Miller tend = to be that way too. So I guess restricting access might be one way to = approach it. We tend to feel if the faculty requests it, we try to = provide it.

Tim Markus
Head of Cataloging
The Evergreen State College
Olympia, WA  98505

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