Sexualities: Some elements for an account of the social organisation of sexualties

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Kenneth Plummer
Taylor & Francis, 2002 - 552 ˹
Volume 1: Making a Sociology of Sexualities. Focusing on the evaluations of some of the major traditions of sex research and theory, dating back to the nineteenth century, this section gives an overview of the entire field. Drawn from a broad range of sources, articles include evaluations of some of the founders of the field, survey research, anthropological fieldwork, social psychological experimentation and contemporary ethnology.

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Introduction 1
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The invention of sexuality
7
Structural foundation of the gay world
22
Changes in the lust balance of sex and love since the sexual
37
Sexuality
60
Heterosexuality as a problem for feminist theory
80
Compulsory heterosexuality and lesbian existence
98
The continuum of sexual violence
127
permanence and change
279
Sexual excitement
303
impersonal sex in public places
341
On first being a John
376
a retrospective ethnography
391
corporeality in a discursive silence
408
The homosexual role
425
MARY MCINTOSH
438

Violence sexuality and womens lives
140
Theorizing homophobia
170
notes for a radical theory of
188
The secret ranking
242
sex and dirt and the Jehovanists
258
Coming out in the gay world
460
Condition orientation role or false consciousness? Models
485
Capitalism and gay identity
502
Must identity movements selfdestruct? A queer dilemma
515
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