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xi, 413 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Green Library
Book
295 p. 24 cm.
Green Library, SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Journal/Periodical
v. 26 cm.
Green Library, SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
xvii, 516 p. ; 24 cm.
  • 1. Sexuality in History ESSAYS Jeffrey Weeks, The Social Construction of Sexuality Rictor Norton, Essentialism and Queer History John D. Wrathall, Reading the Silences Around Sexuality 2. Sexual Cultures and Encounters in the New World DOCUMENTS 1. Baron Lahontan Describes Love and Marriage among the Hurons, 1703 2. English Trader John Lawson Describes Native Sexuality in North Carolina, 1709 3. Father Joseph-Francois Lafitau Praises Native Male Friendships, 1733 4. Father Luis Jayme Attacks Sexual Abuse of Indigenous Women, 1772 ESSAYS Theda Perdue, Columbus Meets Pocahontas in the American South Antonia I. Castaneda, Sexual Violence in the Spanish Conquest of California Jennifer M. Spear, Interracial Unions in French Louisiana 3. Regulating Sexuality in the Anglo-American Colonies DOCUMENTS 1. Massachusetts Colony's Laws on Sexual Offenses, 1641-1660 2. Virginia Regulates Sex among Servants, Slaves, and Masters, 1642-1769 3. William Bradford Witnesses "Wickedness Breaking Forth" in Puritan Plymouth, 1642 4. Thomas or Thomasine? A Case of Transvestism in Virginia, 1629 ESSAYS Kathleen Brown, Changed...into the Fashion of Man, ": The Politics of Sexual Difference in a Seventeenth-Century Anglo-American Settlement Richard Godbeer, Sodomy in Colonial New England 4. Gender Conflict and Sex Reform in the Early Nineteenth Century DOCUMENTS 1. A Trial for Rape in New York, 1793 2. Boston Female Moral Reformers Condemn "Licentious Men, " 1838 3. Health Reformer William Alcott Discusses Nymphomania, 1855 4. Sylvester Graham Lectures Young Men on Self-Restraint, 1839 5. Navy Drummer Philip C. Van Buskirk's Private Journal, 1852-53 ESSAYS Christine Stansell, Male License and Working-Class Women's Sexuality Nancy F. Cott, Passionlessness: An Interpretation of Victorian Sexual Ideology, 1790-1850 5. Sexuality, Race, and Violence in Slavery and Freedom DOCUMENTS 1. Fugitive Slave Lewis Clarke Explains Why "A Slave Can't Be a Man", 1842 2. J.W. Lindsay Describes Sexual and Family Relations under Slavery, 1863 3. Dr. Esther Hill Hawks Recounts the Rape of "Susan Black", 1865 4. Harriet Jacobs Relates Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, 1861 5. Chaplain A.B. Randall Writes about the Freedpeople's Ideal of Marriage, 1865 6. William H. Stallings Testifies about Ku Klux Klan Lynchings, 1871 7. Ida B. Wells-Barnett Exposes the Myth of the Black Rapist, 1892 ESSAYS Brenda E. Stevenson, Slave Marriage and Family Relations Nell Irvin Painter, Soul Murder and Slavery 6. Love and Intimacy in Nineteenth-Century America DOCUMENTS 1. Julia Deane Freeman Praises "Woman-Friendship", 1861 2. Walt Whitman's Poetic Embrace of Comrades and Lovers, 1860 3. A Woman Writes Her Lover During the Civil War, 1865 4. A Smith College Student Discusses Her "Crush", 1881 5. Alice Mitchell as a "Case of Sexual Perversion", 1892 ESSAYS Carroll Smith-Rosenberg, The Female World of Love and Ritual Karen V. Hansen, An Erotic Friendship Between Two African-American Women Karen Lystra, Sexuality in Victorian Courtship and Marriage 7. Free Love, Free Speech, and Sex Censorship DOCUMENTS 1. National Police Gazette Advertisements for Sexual Literature and Devices, 1867, 1886, 1893 2. Dr. Ely Van de Warker Discusses the Sale of Abortifacient Drugs, 1873 3. Anthony Comstock Condemns Obscene Literature, 1883 4. Victoria C. Woodhull Denounces "The Scare-Crows of Sexual Slavery, " 1873 5. Ezra Heywood Advocates Sexual Self-Government, 1878 ESSAYS Jesse F. Battan, "The Word Made Flesh": Language, Authority, and Sexual Desire in Late Nineteenth-Century America Shirley J. Burton, The Criminally Obscene Women of Chicago 8. Prostitution and Working-Class Sexuality in the Early Twentieth Century DOCUMENTS 1. A Government Agent Explains the White Slave Traffic, 1911 2. Wong Ah So Describes Her Experiences as a Prostitute in the Early 1920s 3. Cantonese Rhymes from San Francisco's Chinatown, 1911-1915 4. "Farfariello" Sings about Courting and Marriage in America, 1910 5. Reformers Condemn "Tough Dancing", 1910 6. An Immigrant Newspaper Defends Czech Dance Halls, 1917 7. Emma Goldman Analyzes "The Traffic in Women", 1911 ESSAYS Peggy Pascoe, The Marriages of Mission-Educated Chinese-American Women Kathy Peiss, Charity Girls and City Pleasures 9. The Politics of Reproduction DOCUMENTS 1. Walter J. Hoffman Describes Childbirth and Abortion among the Absaroka, (Crow) and Dakota Indians, 1888 2. Eugene Caves Reports a Death from Illegal Abortion in Rural Wisconsin, 1896 3. Margaret Sanger Argues "The Case for Birth Control", 1917 4. The Supreme Court Upholds Forced Sterilization, 1927 5. Women Write Margaret Sanger for Birth Control Advice, 1924, 1930, 1935, 1936 6. Women's Use of a Baltimore Birth Control Clinic, 1929 ESSAYS Linda Gordon, Birth Control and Social Revolution Molly Ladd-Taylor, Eugenics, Sterilization, and Social Welfare 10. Heterosexual Norms and Homosexual Identities in Popular Culture DOCUMENTS 1. A Filipino's Impressions of America in the 1920s 2. Young Women Discuss Petting, 1930 3. Henry James Forman Considers the Movies' Influence on Sexual Behavior, 1933 4. The Motion Picture Production Code Sets Sexual Standards, 1934 5. Black Entertainer Mabel Hampton Recalls Lesbian Life in the 1920s and 1930s 6. Dr. La Forest Potter Describes a Drag Ball, 1933 ESSAYS Jonathan Ned Katz, The Invention of Heterosexuality George Chauncey, Jr., Gay Men's Strategies of Everyday Resistance 11. Open Secrets in Cold War America DOCUMENTS 1. Alfred Kinsey Researches Americans' Sexual Behavior, 1948-1953 2. Women Write Life and Look about the Kinsey Report, 1953 3. Time Covers the Transformation of Transsexual Christine Jorgensen, 1952-1953 4. The U.S. Senate Investigates "Sex Perverts" in Government, 1950 5. Psychiatrist Fredric Wertham "Outs" Batman and Robin, 1953 6. Marge McDonald Enters the Lesbian Community of Columbus, Ohio, 1955 7. Del Martin Explains Why Lesbians Need the Daughters of Bilitis, 1956 ESSAYS David Harley Serlin, Christine Jorgensen and the Cold War Closet Jeffrey Escoffier, Popular Sociology, Reading, and Coming Out 12. Sexual Revolution(s) DOCUMENTS 1. Samuel Delaney Describes Communal Public Sex in New York in the Early 1960s 2. David Mura, Reflects on "The Internment of Desire" in the Mid-1960s 3. Rosa Linda Fregoso Recalls Her Sexual Education in "Homegirls, Cholas, and Pachucas in Cinema, " 1995 4. The Supreme Court Rules on Interracial Marriage, 1967 5. A Memoir of "Jane, " an Illegal Abortion Service from 1969 to 1973 6. Feminist Anselma Dell'Olio, Argues That "The Sexual Revolution Wasn't Our War, " 1971 7. Carl Wittman Issues a Gay Manifesto, 1969-1970 ESSAYS David Allyn, Fomenting a Sexual Revolution Marc Stein, Sex Politics in the City of Sisterly and Brotherly Loves 13. Sexually Transmitted Diseases DOCUMENTS 1. Nurse Eunice Rivers Describes the Tuskegee Syphilis Study, 1953 2. President Bill Clinton Apologizes for the Tuskegee Syphilis Study, 1997 3. The Denver Principles to Empower People with AIDS, 1983 4. ACT-UP Activist Robert Garcia Faces AIDS, 1991 5. Policing Public Sex in a Gay Theater, 1995 6. Cleveland's Black Community Responds to AIDS, 1998 ESSAYS Allan M. Brandt, The Tuskegee Syphilis Study Ronald Bayer, AIDS and the Bathhouse Controversy 14. Sexual Identities, Family Matters, and Border Crossings in Contemporary America DOCUMENTS 1. Nan D. Hunter Defines the Family in the Sharon Kowalski Case, 1991 2. Andrew Sullivan Makes a Conservative Case for Gay Marriage, 1989 3. Sex Panic Opposes Gay Assimilation, 1997 4. The Risks of Mail Marriage, 1996 5. M. Evelina Galang Evokes "Deflowering the Sampaguita, " 1997 ESSAYS Kath Weston, Gay Families as the "Families We Choose" Tomas Almaguer, Chicano Men, A Cartography of Homosexual Identity and Behavior.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780395903841 20160528
The book--which is suitable for courses on the history of American sexuality, gender studies, or gay and lesbian studies, presents a carefully selected group of readings organized to allow students to evaluate primary sources, test the interpretations of distinguished historians, and draw their own conclusions.
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Green Library
Book
247 p. ; 23 cm.
  • Preface-- Introduction-- 1. Society and individual-- 2. Love as a generalized symbolic medium of communication-- 3. The evolution of communicative capacities-- 4. The evolution of the semantics of love-- 5. Freedom to love-- 6. The rhetoric of excess and the experience of instability-- 7. From gallantry to friendship-- 8. Plaisir and Amour-- 9. Love versus reason-- 10. En route to individualization-- 11. The incorporation of sexuality-- 12. The discovery of incommunicability-- 13. Romantic love-- 14. Love and marriage-- 15. What now? Problems and alternatives-- 16. Love as a system of interpenetration-- Notes-- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780804732536 20160528
"I believe that Luhmann is the only true genius in the social sciences alive today. By this, I mean that not only is he smart, extremely productive, and amazingly erudite, though all this is true enough, but also that he has, in the course of an improbable career, elaborated a theory of the social that completely reinvents sociology and destroys its most cherished dogmas." So wrote Stephen Fuchs in his Contemporary Sociology review of Luhmann s major theoretical work, Social Systems (Stanford, 1995). In this volume, Luhmann analyzes the evolution of love in Western Europe from the seventeenth century to the present. Reviews Luhmann s unique, monumental, theory-building effort is best described as a consistent attempt to deploy the tools and the inspirations of three strategies: modern information theory, structuralism, and evolutionary theory...Perhaps nothing conveys more poignantly Luhmann s unusual blend of scientific precision with artistic sensibility than his replacement of Parson s reciprocity of perspective with his own interpersonal interpenetration. The first is cool, calculating, cognitive, and dispassionate; the second connotes a richness of relationship that leaves no human faculty unmoved...Luhmann s work is important because, arguably, it comes closer than all other sociological strategies to restoring the lost link between academically reputable social theorizing and the subjective experience of life. American Journal of Sociology There is a dearth of analytical writing about the emotions and sentiments that seem to motivate most human action, at least in everyday discussion, although some researchers are making some efforts to remedy this situation. Luhmann s Love as Passion is an outstanding contribution to this emerging trend ...full of novel information and fascinating ideas. Contemporary Sociology.
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Green Library
Book
255 p. ; 23 cm.
'There is much to admire in John Sommerville's synoptic survey, not least the energy with which he sweeps in 250 pages from Classical Antiquity to the present, synthesizing modern research and taking in such topics as education, the family, infant mortality, and child psychology...it is an enterprising and stimulating volume.' -- Medical History, April 1983 'With a touch of dry wit and an aversion to sentimentality, his attractive writing style draws the reader into his subject. Viewing history through the lens of the changing place of children in society can yield fresh and startling perspectives and interpretations for our own times. A stimulating book.' -- Child Welfare, Vol 62 No 4, July/August 1983 'The prose style flows easily, the extensive referencing is unobtrusive...All those with a professional interest in child rearing would gain from owning and reading this book...An excellent book to buy and worth many readings.' -- Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, Vol 25, 1984 'Sommerville's conclusions are judicious and pointed, and he brings his materials together with conviction and not infrequently with illuminating insights of a sort that are rare in so sweeping a survey as this.' -- American Historical Review, February 1984 '...this is a very readable book which encompasses several diverse areas of interest that affect the past and present existence of children...It should serve as a useful guide and text for professionals and students interested in historical sociology, family, social welfare, and social psychology.' -- Sociology, September/October 1983.
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Green Library, Education Library (Cubberley)
Book
xii, 248 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Preface Part 1: Children's Rights-- An Overview 1. The case for children's rights-- a progress report Bob Franklin Reader of Journalism, University of Sheffield Part 2: Children's Rights-- The Changing Legal Framework 2. Children's educational rights in a new ERA? Tony Jeffs Lecturer in Social Policy, University of Northumbria 3. Children's rights and the Children Act 1989 Christina Lyon Professor of Law, University of Liverpool, and Nigel Parton Professor of Child Care, Huddersfield University 4. The Criminal Justice Acts-- "justice" by geography Barry Anderson Head of the Youth Crime Section, National Association for the Care and Resettlement of Offenders (NACRO) 5. Children's rights in a land of rites Michael Freeman Professor of Law, University College London Part 3: Children's Rights-- Policy Prescription and Implementation In The British Setting 6. Children's rights officers-- righting wrongs and promoting rights Shane Ellis Leeds Children's Rights Officer, Save The Children Fund, and Annie Franklin Principal Officer, Save The Children Fund 7. A Minister for Children Joan Lester M.P. Labour M.P. for Eccles and Labour Party Shadow Minister for Children 8. The Children's Rights Development Unit Gerison Lansdown Director of the Children's Rights Development Unit 9. The rights and wrongs of children who care Jo Aldridge Research Associate, Department of Social Sciences, Loughborough University 10. Children's rights in their early years-- from plaiting fog to knitting treacle Gillian Alexander Head of Kirklees Early Years Service (KEYS) 11. Rights for children who are disabled Margaret Kennedy National Co-ordinator of the 'Keep Deaf Children Safe' Child Abuse Project Part 4. Children's Rights-- Comparative Perspectives 12. Children's rights-- an American perspective Cynthia Price Cohen Director of Child Rights International Research Institute 13. The Scandinavian experience of children's rights Malfrid Grude Flekkoy Cliniical Psychologist, formerly Norwegian Ombudsman for Children 14. Children's rights in Australia Moira Rayner Barrister, Chairperson of the Board of the National Children's and Youth Law Centre, formerly Victorian Commissioner for Equal Opportunities 15. Outside Childhood: street children's rights Judith Ennew Co-founder Streetwise Internation 16. Respecting children's right to physical integrity Peter Newell Director of EPOCH 17. Russian Children's rights Judith Harwin Lecturer in Department of Social Administration, London School of Economics.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415110600 20160527
This text is an appraisal of development in children's rights in British and international settings. It brings together contributions from academics, social welfare practitioners, educationalists, child psychologists and politicians. The book examines children's claims for rights in the social, welfare, judicial, educational and other settings. The various chapters consider the divergent responses of governments, the voluntary sector and other agencies to young people's rights claims by exploring and assessing the range of policy proposals designed to meet them. The book has four broad objectives: to explore the various strands to the debate concerning children's rights and review developments in rights provision across the 1980's and 1990's; to evaluate the impact of recent British legislation on children's rights in key areas such as education, social services, criminal justice and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child; and to examine recent policy proposals and initiatives in the British setting intended to secure rights for children and young people.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415110594 20160527
The Handbook of Children's Rights: Comparative Policy and Practice is the first comprehensive and radical appraisal of development in children's rights in British and international settings. It brings together contributions from academics, social welfare practitioners, educationalists, child psychologists and politicians. This clearly structured and engaging book examines children's claims for rights in the social, welfare, judicial, educational and other settings. The various chapters consider the divergent responses of governments, the voluntary sector and other agencies to young people's rights claims by exploring and assessing the range of policy proposals designed to meet them. The book has four broad objectives: * to explore the various strands to the debate concerning children's rights and review developments in rights provision across the 1980's and 1990's; * to evaluate the impact of recent British legislation on children's rights in key areas such as education, social services, criminal justice and the UN Convention on The Rights Of The Child; to examine recent policy proposals and initiatives in the British setting intended to secure rights for children and young people; * and finally, to offer a comparative perspective on children's rights by examining issues and developments in a number of countries including America, Scandinavia, Australia and Russia. The Handbook of Children's Rights will be invaluable to students of education, social work, social policy, sociology, youth and community work, law, politics, philosophy and policy studies as well as those studying postgraduate courses in social work, juvenile justice and education.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415110600 20160527
Law Library (Crown)
Book
x, 213 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
  • 1 From the Editor Jonathan Alexander2 Introduction M. Paz GalupoTHEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES: FRAMING BISEXUALITY IN THE SAME-SEX MARRIAGE DEBATE 3 Supremacy by Law: The One Man One Woman Marriage Requirement and Antimiscegenation Law Jacqueline Batterlora4 The Dyadic Imaginary: Troubling the Perception of Love as Dyadic Danielle Hildago, Kristen Barber and Erica Hunter5 On the Potential and Peril of Same-Sex Marriage: A Perspective from Queer Theory Ajnesh PrasadRESEARCH PERSPECTIVES: ATTITUDES TOWARD BISEXUALITY AND SAME-SEX MARRIAGE 6 Bias Toward Bisexual Women and Men in a Marriage-Matching Task Angela L. Breno and M. Paz Galupo7 "This is Not a Lesbian Wedding": Examining Same-Sex Marriage Between Bisexual-Lesbian Couples Pamela Lannutti8 Make Love, Not Law: Perceptions of the Marriage Equality Struggle Among Polyamorous Activists Hadar Aviram9 Bisexual Attitudes Toward Same-Sex Marriage M. Paz Galupo and Marcia L. PearlBISEXUAL PERSPECTIVES ON SAME-SEX MARRIAGE 10 Bisexuals Are Bad for the Same-Sex Marriage Business Mia Ocean11 A Bisex-Queer Critique of Same-Sex Marriage Advocacy Hameed Williams12 Dancing with My Grandma: Talking with Robyn Ochs About Complex Identities and Simple Messages in the Marriage Equality Movement Laurie Kendall.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781560237761 20160527
In our society, the argument for or against same-sex marriage becomes even more heated when the debate turns to bisexual women and men. "Bisexuality and Same-Sex Marriage" thoughtfully explores this debate from a wide range of interdisciplinary perspectives, presenting respected scholars from fields as diverse as American Studies, Communication, Criminology, Human and Organizational Systems, Law and Social Policy, LGBT Studies, Organizational Behavior, Psychology, Sociology, Women's Studies, and Queer Studies. This clear-viewed volume is organized into three perspectives - theoretical, research, and personal - that frame the debate from a macro to micro level of analysis.This book goes beyond the intense acrimony and divisiveness to rationally examine the issue from various viewpoints and through the latest research. This informative text presents and analyzes in depth the current findings and the diverse LGBT and straight perspectives on the issue. This insightful resource discusses in detail personal views, the latest theories, and is extensively referenced. "Bisexuality and Same-Sex Marriage" is an essential volume for LGBT studies professionals, psychologists, counselors, educators, students, and interested general public. This book was published as a special issue of the "Journal of Bisexuality".
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781560237761 20160527
Green Library
Book
xi, 360 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
  • PREFACE -- 1. Krook, Mona Lena and Sarah Childs. "Women, Gender, and Politics: An Introduction." -- PART I WOMEN AND SOCIAL MOVEMENTS -- 2. Molyneux, Maxine. 1985. "Mobilization Without Emancipation? Women's Interests, the State and Revolution in Nicaragua." Feminist Studies 11, no. 2: 227-254. -- 3. Beckwith, Karen. 2000. "Beyond Compare? Women's Movements in Comparative Perspective." European Journal of Political Research 37, no. 4: 431-468. -- 4. Baldez, Lisa. 2003. "Women's Movements and Democratic Transition in Chile, Brazil, East Germany, and Poland." Comparative Politics 35, no. 3: 253-272. -- 5. Katzenstein, Mary Fainsod. 1998. "Protest Moves inside Institutions." Pp. 3-22 in Faithful and Fearless: Moving Feminist Protest inside the Church and Military. Princeton: Princeton University Press. -- 6. Strolovitch, Dara Z. 2006. "Do Interest Groups Represent the Disadvantaged? Advocacy at the Intersections of Race, Class, and Gender." Journal of Politics 68, no. 4: 894-910. -- 7. Alvarez, Sonia E. 2000. "Translating the Global: Effects of Transnational Organizing on Latin American Feminist Discourses and Practices." Meridians: A Journal of Feminisms, Race, Transnationalism 1, no. 1: 29-67. -- 8. Cunningham, Karla J. 2003. "Cross-Regional Trends in Female Terrorism." Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 26, no. 3: 171-195. -- WOMEN AND POLITICAL PARTIES -- 9. Lovenduski, Joni. 1993. "Introduction: The Dynamics of Gender and Party." Pp. 1-15 in Gender and Party Politics, ed. Joni Lovenduski and Pippa Norris. Thousand Oaks: Sage. -- 10. Young, Lisa. 2000. "Theorizing Feminist Strategy and Party Responsiveness." Pp. 11-26 in Feminists and Party Politics. Vancouver: UBC Press. -- 11. Freeman, Jo. 2000. "Building a Base: Women in Local Party Politics." Pp. 149-178 in A Room at a Time: How Women Entered Party Politics. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield. -- 12. Sainsbury, Diane. 2004. "Women's Political Representation in Sweden: Discursive Politics and Institutional Presence." Scandinavian Political Studies 27, no. 1: 65-87. -- 13. Goetz, Anne Marie. 2003. "The Problem with Patronage: Constraints on Women's Political Effectiveness in Uganda." Pp. 110-139 in No Shortcuts to Power: African Women in Politics and Policy-Making, ed. Anne Marie Goetz and Shireen Hassim. New York: Zed. -- 14. Dominelli, Lena and Gudrun Jonsdottir. 1988. "Feminist Political Organization in Iceland: Some Reflections on the Experience of Kwenna Frambothid." Feminist Studies 30: 36-60. -- WOMEN, GENDER, AND ELECTIONS -- 15. Inglehart, Ronald and Pippa Norris. 2000. "The Developmental Theory of the Gender Gap: Women's and Men's Voting Behavior in Global Perspective." International Political Science Review 21, no. 4: 441-463. -- 16. Norris, Pippa and Joni Lovenduski. 1995. "Puzzles in Political Recruitment." Pp. 1-19 in Political Recruitment: Gender, Race, and Class in the British Parliament. New York: Cambridge University Press. -- 17. Fox, Richard L. and Jennifer L. Lawless. 2004. "Entering the Arena? Gender and the Decision to Run for Office." American Journal of Political Science 48, no. 2: 264-280. -- 18. Niven, David. 1998. "Party Elites and Women Candidates: The Shape of Bias." Women & Politics 19, no. 2: 57-80. -- 19. Caul, Miki. 1999. "Women's Representation in Parliament: The Role of Political Parties." Party Politics 5, no. 1: 79-98. -- 20. Yoon, Mi Yung. 2004. "Explaining Women's Legislative Representation in Sub-Saharan Africa." Legislative Studies Quarterly 29, no. 3: 447-466. -- 21. Dahlerup, Drude and Lenita Freidenvall. 2005. "Quotas as a 'Fast Track' to Equal Representation for Women: Why Scandinavia is No Longer the Model." International Feminist Journal of Politics 7, no. 1: 26-48. -- WOMEN, GENDER, AND POLITICAL REPRESENTATION -- 22. Phillips, Anne. 1995. "Quotas for Women." Pp. 57-83 in The Politics of Presence: The Political Representation of Gender, Ethnicity, and Race. New York: Oxford University Press. -- 23. Young, Iris Marion. 2000. "Representation and Social Perspective." Pp. 121-153 in Inclusion and Democracy. New York: Oxford University Press. -- 24. Mansbridge, Jane. 1999. "Should Blacks Represent Blacks and Women Represent Women? A Contingent 'Yes.'" Journal of Politics 61, no. 3: 628-657. -- 25. Dovi, Suzanne. 2002. "Preferable Descriptive Representatives: Will Just Any Woman, Black, or Latino Do?" American Political Science Review 96, no. 4: 729-743. -- 26. Dahlerup, Drude. 1988. "From a Small to a Large Minority: Women in Scandinavian Politics." Scandinavian Political Studies 11, no.4: 275-297. -- 27. Weldon, S. Laurel. 2002. "Beyond Bodies: Institutional Sources of Representation for Women in Democratic Policymaking." Journal of Politics 64, no. 4: 1153-1174. -- WOMEN, GENDER, AND PUBLIC POLICIES -- 28. Tamerius, Karin L. 1995. "Sex, Gender, and Leadership in the Representation of Women." Pp. 93-112 in Gender Power, Leadership, and Governance, ed. Georgia Duerst-Lahti and Rita Mae Kelly. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. -- 29. Hawkesworth, Mary. 2003. "Congressional Enactments of Race-Gender: Toward a Theory of Raced-Gendered Institutions." American Political Science Review 97, no. 4: 529-550. -- 30. Bacchi, Carol Lee. 1999. "Taking Problems Apart." Pp. 1-13 in Women, Policy, and Politics. Thousand Oaks: Sage. -- 31. Htun, Mala. 2003. "Sex and the State in Latin America." Pp. 1-28 in Sex and the State: Abortion, Divorce, and the Family Under Latin American Dictatorships and Democracies. New York: Cambridge University Press. -- 32. Sarvasy, Wendy. 1992. "Beyond the Difference versus Equality Policy Debate: Postsuffrage Feminism, Citizenship, and the Quest for a Feminist Welfare State." Signs 17, no. 2: 329-362. -- 33. Squires, Judith. 2005. "Is Mainstreaming Transformative? Theorizing Mainstreaming in the Context of Diversity and Deliberation." Social Politics 12, no. 3: 366-388. -- WOMEN, GENDER, AND THE STATE -- 34. MacKinnon, Catharine A. 1989. "The Liberal State." Pp. 157-170 in Toward a Feminist Theory of the State. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. -- 35. Kantola, Johanna. 2006. "Gender and the State: Theories and Debates." In Feminists Theorize the State. New York: Palgrave. -- 36. Orloff, Ann. 1996. "Gender in the Welfare State." Annual Review of Sociology 22: 51-78. -- 37. Chappell, Louise. 2000. "Interacting With the State: Feminist Strategies and Political Opportunities." International Feminist Journal of Politics 2, no. 2: 244-275. -- 38. Stetson, Dorothy McBride and Amy Mazur. 1995. "Introduction." Pp. 1-21 in Comparative State Feminism, ed. Dorothy McBride Stetson and Amy Mazu. Thousand Oaks: Sage. -- 39. Threlfall, Monica. 1998. "State Feminism or Party Feminism? Feminist Politics and the Spanish Institute for Women." European Journal of Women's Studies 5: 69-93. -- 40. Banaszak, Lee Ann, Karen Beckwith, and Dieter Rucht. 2003. "When Power Relocates: Interactive Changes in Women's Movements and States." Pp. 1-29 in Women's Movements Facing the Reconfigured State, ed. Lee Ann Banaszak, Karen Beckwith, and Dieter Rucht. New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780195368802 20160604
Women, Gender, and Politics brings together both classic and recent readings on central topics in the study of gender and politics, and places an emphasis on comparing developed and developing countries. Genuinely international in its focus, the book is divided into five sections to reflect the range of research in the subfield: (1) women and social movements, (2) women and political parties, (3) women, gender, and elections, (4) women, gender, and public policies, and (5) women, gender, and the state. Each section serves as an introduction to general trends in thinking about women and politics, and the readings capture the ways that research has developed both thematically and chronologically in all of the five broad areas. The volume>'s innovative design, global approach, and comprehensive coverage make it an ideal teaching book and a valuable resource for students and scholars throughout the world.
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Green Library
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277 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction: The Sex Ratio Question Part 1: Clues from the Past Women's Roles in Classical Atehns and Sparta Love and Misogyny in Medieval Europe Sex and Family Among Orthodox Jews Frontier, Southern and Victorian Women in Early America Part 2: Observations From Recent Times From Sex Ratios to Sex Roles Sex Roles and Family Among White Americans Sex Roles and Family Among Black Americans Future Trends in Sex ROles and Family.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780803919198 20160528
'The basic premise of this provocative book is a startling one - that sex ratios among people on the marriage market have profound consequences for a wide variety of attitudes, values, and behaviors, from sexual mores and behavior to shifts in economic power...the authors share with the reader a wealth of fascinating data and information...a book which is...fascinating, scholarly, provocative and exceedingly well-written.' -- Canadian Journal of Sociology, Vol 10 No 2 'Written by social scientists with training and considerable publication in social psychology, this book is a unique contribution to the literature on women, sex roles, and the history of relations between men and women. No similar book is available to the academic community.' -- Sociology, September//October 1983 'Here is a highly original contribution to the 'feminist debate' which should be of interest to demographers, whether male or female. A review can only give an indication of the many stimulating, well-documented ideas and arguments advanced.' -- Biology and Society, Vol 1 No 2, June 1984 'Too Many Women? is useful for courses on the family and social change but is a necessary reference for those interested in social changes in relationships. The argument is soundly convincing, the case artfully presented, and the book designed to generate considerable interest.' -- Family Relations, Vol 34 No 1 'This volume is well written...Bibliography and references are more than adequate. Useful as suggested or supplementary reading in undergraduate courses in sociology of the family, gender roles, or family studies.' -- Choice, December 1983 '...this is a book well worth reading. It is controversial, ambitious, consciousness-raising, and informative.' -- Contemporary Psychology, Vol 29 No 5, 1984 'this book should be read for the originality of its authors' ideas and the promise of their hypotheses.' -- Signs, Summer 1987.
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Green Library
Book
254 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Mirror mirror on the wall : women's magazines and the modern beauty mandate
  • The birth of the teen magazine : delivering Seventeen to the U.S. marketplace
  • Seventeen magazine at war : Teena in the world of opportunity
  • Teena goes to market : Seventeen magazine sells the ideal consumer to business
  • Teena means business : Seventeen magazine's advertisers court the teen girl consumer
  • Seventeen magazine at peace : Teena leaves the world, enters the home, and loses her mind
  • Divorce in the family : Seventeen magazine loses its matriarch-and its way
  • Seventeen magazine and Teena in the twenty-first century.
Founded in 1944 by Helen Valentine, "Seventeen" magazine was the first modern 'teen magazine'. An immediate success, it became iconic in establishing the tastes and behaviors of successive generation of teen girls covering the last half of the 20th century. Kelley Massoni has written the first cultural history of the origins of "Seventeen" and its role in shaping the modern teen girl ideal. Using content analysis, interviews, letters, oral histories, and promotional materials, Massoni is able to show how "Seventeen" helped create the modern concept of 'teenager'. The early "Seventeen" provided a generation of thinking young women with information on citizenship and clothing, politics and popularity, adult occupations and adolescent preoccupations, until economic and social forces converged to reshape the magazine toward teen consumerism. With a chapter on the 21st century, "Seventeen" brings the story to the present. "Fashioning Teenagers" will be of interest to students of popular culture, sociology, gender studies, mass media, journalism, business, and American studies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781598745047 20160604
Green Library
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xiii, 223 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • List of Illustration List of Tables Foreword Catherine Wanner Acknowledgements List of Abbreviations Chapter 1. Turning Oppression into Opportunity. An Introduction Marian J Rubchak Chapter 2. Between Europe' and AfricaA": Building the New Ukraine on the Shoulders of Migrant Women Cinzia Solari Chapter 3 .Women as Migrants on the Margins of the European Union Alexandra Hrycak Chapter 4. Prove it to me: The Life of a Jewish Social Activist in Ukraine Sarah D. Phillips Chapter 5. Delimiting Time and Space: The Soviet Regime vs. Independent Ukraine in Women's Life Stories Oksana Kis' Chapter 6. Chronicle of Children's Holidays: Construction of Gender Stereotypes in Ukrainian Preschools and Elementary Education Victoria Haydenko Chapter 7. Gender, Language Attitudes, and Language Status in Ukraine Laada Bilaniuk Chapter 8. Feminizing Journalism in Ukraine: Changing the Paradigm Mariia Tytarenko Chapter 9. Nationalism and Women's Literary Discourse in Post-Soviet Ukraine Maria Rewakowicz Chapter 10. Feminist (de)Construction of Nationalism in the Post Soviet Space Tatiana Zhurzhenko Chapter 11. Three Conversations: Liudmyla Taran I: Gender Education - a Step Toward Democracy with Larysa Kobelianska II: Gender Research in Sociology: The current situation with Svitlana Oksamytn III: From the Philosophy of a Name to the Philosophy of Life with Yulia Tymoshenko Notes on contributors Bibliography Index.
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"Notably the authors resist the temptation to proclaim varied strategies proof of an actually existing feminism, offering instead a multi-voiced and rich narrative of the transformation of women's position in post-Soviet Ukraine." * Social Analysis "What makes the volume stand out is its rich offer of original empirical material and first-hand accounts. The fact that the authors are women with different cultural and academic heritage makes the volume an exciting example of 'East-West' dialogue on the meaning of gender and womanhood...this volume has a lot to offer to all those studying contemporary Ukraine from different disciplinary angles." * Slavonica "...[A]n impressive and multifaceted assessment of the monumental changes that have occurred for women in Ukraine since independence from the Soviet Union. The articles are all of considerable interest and topical, and mesh well together as a unified whole into a comprehensive and fine collection." * Michael M. Naydan, The Pennsylvania State University "A bold attempt to engage gender studies in constructing a narrative about modern Ukraine...This is Ukraine as it has never been seen before." * Ewa M. Thompson, Rice University "...a unique and unprecedented effort to bring together the views of Ukrainian and North American scholars on issues relating to gender and gender politics in Ukraine today." * from the Foreword Drawn from various disciplines and a broad spectrum of research interests, these essays reflect on the challenging issues confronting women in Ukraine today. The contributors are an interdisciplinary, transnational group of scholars from gender studies, feminist theory, history, anthropology, sociology, women's studies, and literature. Among the issues they address are: the impact of migration, education, early socialization of gender roles, the role of the media in perpetuating and shaping negative stereotypes, the gendered nature of language, women and the media, literature by women, and local appropriation of gender and feminist theory. Each author offers a fresh and unique perspective on the current process of survival strategies and postcommunist identity reconstruction among Ukrainian women in their current climate of patriarchalism. Marian J. Rubchak is a Senior Research Professor of History at Valparaiso University whose work focuses on reimagining Slavic identities in various contexts. She has written on the role of myth in shaping the identity of contemporary Ukrainian women, and the difficulties that they face in exerting agency in a transitional society with prejudices against women.
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  • SECTION ONE: INTRODUCTION TO SEXUALITIES-- 1. CLASSICAL INQUIRIES-- Sigmund Freud, from "Femininity" (XXXIII) in New Introductory Lectures on Psychoanalysis-- Richard von Krafft-Ebing, from "Fragments of a System of Psychology of Sexual Life, " in Psychopathia Sexualis-- Havelock Ellis, from "Analysis of the Sexual Impulse, " in Studies in the Psychology of Sex: Vol. III-- Alfred Kinsey, Wardell Pomeroy and Clyde Martin, from "Masturbation, " in Sexual Behavior in the Human Female-- William Masters and Virginia Johnson, from "The Sexual Response Cycle and Research Population, " in Human Sexual Response-- John H. Gagnon and William Simon, from "The Social Origins of Sexual Development, " in Sexual Conduct-- 2. CONTEMPORARY INTERROGATIONS-- Anne Fausto-Sterling, "The Five Sexes: Why Male and Female are Not Enough"-- Jonathan Ned Katz, "'Homosexual' and 'Heterosexual': Questioning the Terms"-- Julia Ericksen and Sally Steffen, from Kiss and Tell: Surveying Sex in the Twentieth Century-- Leonore Tiefer, from "Historical, Scientific, Clinical and Feminist Criticisms of 'The Human Sexual Response Cycle', " in Sex is Not a Natural Act-- Suzanne Kessler, from "Creating Good-Looking Genitals in the Service of Gender, " A Queer World: The Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies Reader, Volume 1-- SECTION TWO: SEXUAL IDENTITIES-- 3. BECOMING SEXUAL-- Barrie Thorne and Zella Luria, from "Sexuality and Gender in Children's Daily Worlds, " Social Problems-- Deborah Tolman, "Doing Desire: Adolescent Girls' Struggles for/with Sexuality, " Gender & Society -- Anthony M. A. Smith, Doreen Rosenthal, and Heidi Reichler, "High-Schoolers' Masturbatory Practices: Their Relationship to Sexual Intercourse and Personal Characteristics, " Psychological Reports 79-- Connie Chan, "Asian-American Adolescents: Issues in the Expression of Sexuality, " Sexual Cultures and the Construction of Adolescent Identities-- Barbara Risman and Pepper Schwartz, "After the Sexual Revolution: Gender and Politics in Teen Dating" in Contexts 1(1)-- Ritch C. Savin-Williams, 1996, "Dating and Romantic Relationships among Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Youths, " in The Lives of Lesbians, Gays, and Bisexuals: Children to Adults-- 4. SEXUAL IDENTITIES AND SEXUAL BEHAVIORS-- Michael Kimmel and Rebecca Plante, "The Gender of Desire: The Sexual Fantasies of College Women and Men, " in Advances in Gender Research-- M. Rochlin, "The Heterosexual Questionnaire, " in Men's Lives, 5e-- Lillie S. Ransom, "Navigating Sex, Sexuality, and Christian Values, " Sexuality and Culture 4 (3)-- Eleanor Maticka-Tyndale, Edward S. Herold, and Dawn Mewhinney, "Casual Sex on Spring Break: Intentions and Behaviors of Canadian Students, " Journal of Sex Research 35 (3)-- Marian Pitts and Qazi Rahman, "Which Behaviors Constitute 'Having Sex' Among University Students in the UK?" in Archives of Sexual Behavior 30 (2)-- Sumie Okazaki, "Influences of Culture on Asian Americans' Sexuality, " Journal of Sex Research-- 5. SAME-SEX SEXUALITIES-- Laura S. Brown, "Lesbian Identities: Concepts and Issues, " in Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Identities Over the Lifespan: Psychological Perspectives-- Steven Seidman, Chet Meeks, and Francie Traschen, "Beyond the Closet? The Changing Social Meaning of Homosexuality in the United States, " Sexualities 2-- Letitia Anne Peplau, Rosemary C. Veniegas, and Susan Miller Campbell, "Gay and Lesbian Relationships, " in The Lives of Lesbians, Gays, and Bisexuals: Children to Adults-- Paula C. Rust, "Two Many and Not Enough: The Meanings of Bisexual Identities, " Journal of Bisexuality-- Patricia Gagne, Richard Tewksbury and Deanna McGaughey, "Coming Out or Crossing Over: Identity Formation and Proclamation in an Transgender Community, " Gender & Society 11 (4)-- E. J. GRAFF, 2001, "THE M/F BOXES, " THE NATION-- SECTION THREE: SEXUAL BEHAVIORS-- 6. VARIATIONS AND ADAPTATIONS-- Laurence Alison, Pekka Santtila, and N. Kenneth Sandnabba, "Sadomasochistically Oriented Behavior: Diversity of Practice and Meaning, " Archives of Sexual Behavior 30 (1)-- Celia Roberts, Susan Kippax, Catherine Waldby and June Crawford, "Faking It: The Story of 'Ohh'!" Women's Studies International Forum-- Clive M. Davis, Joani Blank, Hung-Yu Lin, and Consuelo Bonillas, "Characteristics of Vibrator Use among Women, " Journal of Sex Research 33 (4)-- Al Cooper, Irene P. McLoughlin, Kevin M. Campbell, "Sexuality in Cyberspace: Update for the 21st Century, " CyberPsychology & Behavior 3 (4)-- Charles Mooser, "Paraphilia: A Critique of a Confused Concept"-- 7. SEX AS A GLOBAL COMMODITY-- Katherine Frank, "The Production of Identity and the Negotiation of Intimacy in a 'Gentleman's Club', " Sexualities 1 (2)-- Martin Monto, "Prostitution and Fellatio, " Journal of Sex Research, May, 38 (2)-- Joanna Brewis and Stephen Linstead, "'The Worst Thing is the Screwing' (1): Consumption and the Management of Identity in Sex Work, " Gender, Work & Organization, Apr. 7 (2)-- Julia O'Connell Davidson and Jacqueline Sanchez Taylor, "Fantasy Islands: Exploring the Demand for Sex Tourism, " Pages 37-54 in Sun, Sex and Gold: Tourism and Sex Work in the Caribbean-- 8. PORNOGRAPHY-- Michael Kimmel and Martin Barron, "Sexual Violence in Three Pornographic Media: Towards a Sociological Explanation, " Journal of Sex Research-- William Fisher and Azy Barak, "Internet Pornography: A Social Psychological Perspective on Internet Sexuality, " Journal of Sex Research-- Gail Dines and Robert Jensen, "Pornography and Media: Towards a More Critical Analysis, " Original for this volume-- Sharon A. Abbott, "Creating a Scene: The Work of Performing Sex, " Original for this volume-- SECTION FOUR: SEXUALITY AS POLITICS-- 9. SEXUAL VIOLENCE-- Susan E. Hickman and Charlene L. Muehlenhard, "College Women's Fears and Precautionary Behaviors Relating to Acquaintance Rape and Stranger Rape, " Psychology of Women Quarterly 21 (4)-- Carole J. Sheffield, "Sexual Terrorism, " in Women: A Feminist Perspective, 5e-- Fred Pelka, "Raped: A Male Survivor Breaks His Silence, " On the Issues Quarterly-- Peggy Reeves Sanday, "Rape Prone versus Rape Free Campus Cultures, " Violence Against Women 2 (2)-- 10. SEX EDUCATION AND SEXUAL HEALTH-- Judith Levine, "No-Sex Education, " in Harmful to Minors-- Peggy J. Kleinplatz, "'Educational' Sex Videos: What are They Teaching?" Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality 6 (1)-- Rebecca Plante, "Sexuality and Subversion: University Peer Sexuality Educators and the Possibilities for Change" in A Dangerous Knowing: Sexuality, Pedagogy and Popular Culture-- Richard Parker, "Sexuality, Culture, and Power in HIV/AIDS Research, " Annual Review of Anthropology, Vol. 30.
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  • PART ONE: INTRODUCTION TO SEXUALITIES-- 1. CLASSICAL INQUIRIES-- 1.1 Sigmund Freud, "Femininity" in New Introductory Lectures on Psycho Analysis-- 1.2 Richard von Krafft-Ebing, "A System of Psychology of Sexual Life, " in Psychopathia Sexualis-- 1.3 Havelock Ellis, "Analysis of the Sexual Impulse, " in Studies in the Psychology of Sex: Vol. III-- 1.4 Alfred Kinsey, Wardell Pomeroy, and Clyde Martin, "Learning to Masturbate, " in Sexual Behavior in the Human Female-- 1.5 William H. Masters and Virginia E. Johnson, "The Sexual Response Cycle, " in Human Sexual Response-- 1.6 John H. Gagnon and William Simon, "The Social Origins of Sexual Development, " in Sexual Conduct-- 2. CONTEMPORARY INTERROGATIONS-- 2.1 Anne Fausto-Sterling, "The Five Sexes: Why Male and Female are Not Enough, " in The Sciences-- 2.2 Jonathan Ned Katz, "'Homosexual' and 'Heterosexual': Questioning the Terms, " in The Socialist Review-- 2.3 Julia Ericksen and Sally Steffen, "Asking Questions About Sex, " in Kiss and Tell: Surveying Sex in the Twentieth Century-- 2.4 Leonore Tiefer, "Historical, Scientific, Clinical, and Feminist Criticisms of 'The Human Sexual Response Cycle Model', " in Sex is Not a Natural Act-- 2.5 Suzanne Kessler, "Creating Good-Looking Genitals in the Service of Gender, " in A Queer World: The Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies Reader, Volume 1-- PART TWO: SEXUAL IDENTITIES-- 3. BECOMING SEXUAL-- 3.1 Barrie Thorne and Zella Luria, "Sexuality and Gender in Children's Daily Worlds, " in Social Problems-- 3.2 Deborah L. Tolman, "Doing Desire: Adolescent Girls' Struggles for/with Sexuality, " in Gender & Society-- 3.3 Anthony M. A. Smith, Doreen A. Rosenthal, and Heidi Reichler, "High Schoolers' Masturbatory Practices: Their Relationship to Sexual Intercourse and Personal Characteristics, " in Psychological Reports-- 3.4 Connie S. Chan, "Asian-American Adolescents: Issues in the Expression of Sexuality, " in Sexual Cultures and the Construction of Adolescent Identities-- 3.5 Ritch C. Savin-Williams, "Dating and Romantic Relationships among Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Youths, " in The Lives of Lesbians, Gays, and Bisexuals: Children to Adults-- 4. SEXUAL IDENTITIES AND SEXUAL BEHAVIORS-- 4.1 Michael S. Kimmel and Rebecca F. Plante, "The Gender of Desire: The Sexual Fantasies of College Women and Men, " in Advances in Gender Research-- 4.2 M. Rochlin, "The Heterosexual Questionnaire, " in Men's Lives-- 4.3 Lillie S. Ransom, "Navigating Sex, Sexuality, and Christian Values, " in Sexuality and Culture-- 4.4 Eleanor Maticka-Tyndale, Edward S. Herold, and Dawn Mewhinney, "Casual Sex on Spring Break: Intentions and Behaviors of Canadian Students, " in Journal of Sex Research-- 4.5-- SUMIE OKAZAKI, "INFLUENCES OF CULTURE ON ASIAN AMERICANS' SEXUALITY, " IN JOURNAL OF SEX RESEARCH-- 5. SAME-SEX SEXUALITIES-- 5.1 Laura S. Brown, "Lesbian Identities: Concepts and Issues, " in Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Identities in Families: Psychological Perspectives-- 5.2 Steven Seidman, Chet Meeks, and Francie Traschen, "Beyond the Closet? The Changing Social Meaning of Homosexuality in the United States, " in Sexualities-- 5.3 Letitia Anne Peplau, Rosemary C. Veniegas, and Susan Miller Campbell, "Gay and Lesbian Relationships, " in The Lives of Lesbians, Gays, and Bisexuals: Children to Adults-- 5.4 Paula C. Rust, "Two Many and Not Enough: The Meanings of Bisexual Identities, " in Journal of Bisexuality-- 5.5 Patricia Gagne, Richard Tewksbury, and Deanna McGaughey, "Coming Out and Crossing Over: Identity Formation and Proclamation in a Transgender Community, " in Gender & Society-- 5.6 E. J. Graff, "The M/F Boxes, " in The Nation-- PART THREE: SEXUAL BEHAVIORS-- 6. VARIATIONS AND ADAPTATIONS-- 6.1 Laurence Alison, Pekka Santtila, N. Kenneth Sandnabba, and Niklas Nordling, "Sadomasochistically Oriented Behavior: Diversity of Practice and Meaning, " in Archives of Sexual Behavior-- 6.2 Celia Roberts, Susan Kippax, Catherine Waldby, and June Crawford, "Faking It: The Story of 'Ohh'!" in Women's Studies International Forum-- 6.3 Clive M. Davis, Joani Blank, Hung-Yu Lin, and Consuelo Bonillas, "Characteristics of Vibrator Use among Women, " in Journal of Sex Research-- 6.4 Al Cooper, Irene P. McLoughlin, Kevin M. Campbell, "Sexuality in Cyberspace: Update for the 21st Century, " in CyberPsychology & Behavior-- 7. SEX AS A GLOBAL COMMODITY-- 7.1 Katherine Frank, "The Production of Identity and the Negotiation of Intimacy in a 'Gentleman's Club', " in Sexualities-- 7.2 Martin A. Monto, "Prostitution and Fellatio, " in Journal of Sex Research-- 7.3 Joanna Brewis and Stephen Linstead, "'The Worst Thing is the Screwing' (1): Consumption and the Management of Identity in Sex Work, "in Gender, Work & Organization-- 7.4 Julia O'Connell Davidson and Jacqueline Sanchez Taylor, "Fantasy Islands: Exploring the Demand for Sex Tourism, " in Sun, Sex and Gold: Tourism and Sex Work in the Caribbean-- 8. PORNOGRAPHY-- 8.1 Martin Barron and Michael S. Kimmel, "Sexual Violence in Three Pornographic Media: Towards a Sociological Explanation, " in Journal of Sex Research-- 8.2 William A. Fisher and Azy Barak, "Internet Pornography: A Social Psychological Perspective on Internet Sexuality, " in Journal of Sex Research-- 8.3 Gail Dines and Robert Jensen, "Pornography and Media: Toward a More Critical Analysis, " original for this volume-- 8.4 Sharon A. Abbott, "Creating a Scene: The Work of Performing Sex, " original for this volume-- PART FOUR: SEXUALITY AS POLITICS-- 9. SEXUAL VIOLENCE-- 9.1 Susan E. Hickman and Charlene L. Muehlenhard, "College Women's Fears and Precautionary Behaviors Relating to Acquaintance Rape and Stranger Rape, " in Psychology of Women Quarterly-- 9.2 Carole J. Sheffield, "Sexual Terrorism, " in Women: A Feminist Perspective-- 9.3 Fred Pelka, "Raped: A Male Survivor Breaks His Silence, " in On the Issues Quarterly-- 9.4 Peggy Reeves Sanday, "Rape-Prone Versus Rape-Free Campus Cultures, " in Violence Against Women-- 10. SEX EDUCATION AND SEXUAL HEALTH-- 10.1 Judith Levine, "No-Sex Education--From 'Chastity' to 'Abstinence, '" in Harmful to Minors-- 10.2 Peggy J. Kleinplatz, "'Educational' Sex Videos: What are They Teaching?" in Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality-- 10.3 Rebecca F. Plante, "Sexuality and Subversion: University Peer Sexuality Educators and the Possibilities for Change, " in A Dangerous Knowing: Sexuality, Pedagogy and Popular Culture-- 10.4 Richard Parker, "Sexuality, Culture, and Power in HIV/AIDS Research, " in Annual Review of Anthropology.
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Featuring both first-person narratives and more traditional research articles, this anthology addresses such key questions as: What is the social construct of sexualities? How is it more than a simple product of natural "urges" or "drives"? and How is the sexual personal, social, and political? Central to the book, is the incorporation of gender and sexual orientation as the axes, around which sexual identity and activity revolve.
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Featuring a variety of readings, this interdisciplinary anthology addresses such key questions as: How are sexualities socially constructed? Why are sexualities more than just natural "urges" or "drives"? and How are sexualities personal, social, and political? Sexualities: Identities, Behaviors, and Society focuses on gender, using multiple disciplines, international populations, and theories to explore sexualities. The readings - including several written specifically for this volume - will grab students' attention. Topics range from the motivations of X-rated movie stars, to vibrator use, to gendered sexual fantasies. Same-sex orientation, people of color, and global populations are considered throughout. Sexualities: Identities, Behaviors, and Society opens with classical and contemporary theories about sexualities, including selections by Freud, Kinsey, and Fausto-Sterling. Subsequent chapters explore the ways in which we learn about sexual activities and develop sexual identities, both heterosexual and same-sex. The discussion expands to include sexual adaptations, sexual media, intersections with violence, and sexual education. The text ends with a key question: How will the next generation be taught about sex? With its synthesized focus on the psychological, social, ethical, and political dimensions of sexualities, Sexualities: Identities, Behaviors, and Society is ideal for courses in sociology, women's studies, anthropology, family studies, communication, and social work.
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  • POLITICS AND SOCIETY The Turning Point of Feminism: Against the Effacement of Women-- S.Agacinski Symbolic Violence-- P.Bourdieu Exclusive Democracy: A French Paradigm-- G.Fraisse The Politics of PACs in a Transatlantic Mirror: Same-sex Unions and Sexual Difference in France-- E.Fassin The History of Women after the Law on Parity-- C.Faure The Headscarf and the Republic-- F.Gaspard & F.Khosrokhavar The Feminization of Professional Names: A Crime of lese-majeste-- B.Groult The Politics of Reproduction-- J.Mossuz-Laveau Sexualities on Parade-- V.Nahoum-Grappe New Gendered Mosaics: Their Mothers and the Gauls-- M.Rosello 'Parity' in Politics: From a Radical Idea to a Consensual Reform-- M.Sineau 'Les Chiennes de Garde': Manifesto ARTS AND LITERATURE Unmasked!-- H.Cixous Francophone Women Writers in France in the Nineties-- O.Cazenave Body as Subject: Women Making Art-- W.Chadwick Marguerite's Nieces: Women's Novels at the Turn of the Twenty-first Century-- C.Cusset The Embrasure of the World: Women in Contemporary French Poetry-- M.Etienne Profile of a Filmmaker: Catherine Breillat-- A.Gillain Women making Films in the 1990s-- G.Sellier FRANCE - USA Debate. Women: A French Singularity? The French Exception-- E.Badinter Vive la difference-- J.Scott Counting the Days-- M.Ozouf Mid-life Narratives and the Bicultural Dilemma-- I.de Courtivron The Invention of French Feminism: An Essential Move-- C.Delphy Lacan and American Feminism: Who is the Analyst?-- J.Feher Gurewich French Feminism: Made in America-- C.Goldberg-Moses The Symptom of 'American-style Feminism'-- J.Mathy.
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This volume, a collection of essays by a number of high-profile personalities working in philosophy, literature, sociology, cinema, theatre, journalism and politics, covers a number of crucial developments in the field of French feminisms that have made a reassessment necessary. "Beyond French Feminisms" proposes to answer the question: what is new in French feminism at the beginning of the 21st century? The essays reflect the shift from the theoretical and philosophical approaches that characterized feminism in the 1980s to the more social and political questions of 2001. Topics include: the "parit?" and PACS debates, the France USA dialogue, the "multicultural" issues and the new trends in literature and film by women.
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