Susanna Paasonen

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Susanna Paasonen
Born 1975
Helsinki
Residence Turku, Finland
Nationality Finnish
Fields Media Studies
Institutions University of Turku
Known for Writings on the rise in popularity of internet pornography

Susanna Paasonen (born 1975, Helsinki) is the Professor of Media Studies at the University of Turku. She gained her PhD from the University of Turku in 2002, her dissertation was on gender and the popularization of the internet, which was later published through Peter Lang.[1] Paasonen was appointed Professor of Media Studies at the University of Turku on 1 August 2011.[2]

The Finnish Academy of Science awarded her the Jutikkala Prize of €15,000 14 October 2011.[3] In the same year Paasonen published the book, Carnal Resonance: Affect and Online Pornography, through MIT Press.[4]

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  • Consalvo, Mia; Paasonen, Susanna (2002). Women and everyday uses of the internet: agency & identity. New York: Peter Lang. ISBN 9780820461410. 
  • Paasonen, Susanna (2005). Figures of fantasy: Internet, women, and cyberdiscourse. New York: Peter Lang. ISBN 9780820476070. 
  • Paasonen, Susanna; Nikunen, Kaarina; Saarenmaa, Laura (2007). Pornification: sex and sexuality in media culture. Oxford New York: Berg. ISBN 9781845207045. 
  • Paasonen, Susanna; Liljeström, Marianne (2010). Working with affect in feminist readings: disturbing differences. London New York: Routledge. ISBN 9780415481397. 
  • Paasonen, Susanna (2011). Carnal resonance affect and online pornography. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press. ISBN 9780262016315. 

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  1. ^ Paasonen, Susanna (2005). Figures of fantasy internet women and cyberdiscourse. New York: Peter Lang. ISBN 9780820476070. 
  2. ^ "Profile: Susanna Paasonen, Professor of Media Studies at the University of Turku". Retrieved 7 August 2013. 
  3. ^ "Jutikkala Award for Media Studies Professor Susanna Paasonen". Helsingin Sanomat (Finnish). Retrieved 7 August 2013. 
  4. ^ Paasonen, Susanna (2011). Carnal resonance affect and online pornography. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press. ISBN 9780262016315. 

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