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In this paper we examine will examine how the everyday life of information seeking of pornography reveals two things. In contradiction of the general theory that says documents are sought for their cognitive value, the commonplace phenomenon of browsing pornography online demonstrates that documents are sought for their affective value. Furthermore, affective response reveals ways that the information seeker's own body is an important element in the negotiation of assessing and understandingdoi:10.1002/meet.2014.14505101067 fatcat:b6bi5egt75eyblhf4hpt7uas5y