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Sexual Citizenship in Comparative Perspective

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  • Companion to Sexuality Studies explores the significant theories, concepts, themes, events, and debates of the interdisciplinary study of sexuality in a broad range of cultural, social, and political contexts. Bringing together essays by an international team of experts from diverse academic backgrounds, this comprehensive volume provides original insights and fresh perspectives on the history and institutional regulatory processes that socially construct sex and sexuality and examines the movements for social justice that advance sexual citizenship and reproductive rights.

    Detailed yet accessible chapters explore the intersection of sexuality studies and fields such as science, health, psychology, economics, environmental studies, and social movements over different periods of time and in different social and national contexts. Divided into five parts, the Companion first discusses the theoretical and methodological diversity of sexuality studies.Subsequent chapters address the fields of health, science and psychology, religion, education and the economy. They also include attention to sexuality as constructed in popular culture, as well as global activism, sexual citizenship, policy, and law. An essential overview and an important addition to scholarship in the field, this book:

UOW Authors


Publication Date


  • 2020

Citation


  • Johnson, C. & Mackie, V. (2020). Sexual Citizenship in Comparative Perspective. In N. Naples (Ed.), Companion to Sexuality Studies (pp. 337-356). Hoboken: Wiley.

International Standard Book Number (isbn) 13


  • 9781119314998

Ro Metadata Url


  • http://ro.uow.edu.au/asshpapers/20

Book Title


  • Companion to Sexuality Studies

Start Page


  • 337

End Page


  • 356

Place Of Publication


  • Hoboken

Abstract


  • Companion to Sexuality Studies explores the significant theories, concepts, themes, events, and debates of the interdisciplinary study of sexuality in a broad range of cultural, social, and political contexts. Bringing together essays by an international team of experts from diverse academic backgrounds, this comprehensive volume provides original insights and fresh perspectives on the history and institutional regulatory processes that socially construct sex and sexuality and examines the movements for social justice that advance sexual citizenship and reproductive rights.

    Detailed yet accessible chapters explore the intersection of sexuality studies and fields such as science, health, psychology, economics, environmental studies, and social movements over different periods of time and in different social and national contexts. Divided into five parts, the Companion first discusses the theoretical and methodological diversity of sexuality studies.Subsequent chapters address the fields of health, science and psychology, religion, education and the economy. They also include attention to sexuality as constructed in popular culture, as well as global activism, sexual citizenship, policy, and law. An essential overview and an important addition to scholarship in the field, this book:

UOW Authors


Publication Date


  • 2020

Citation


  • Johnson, C. & Mackie, V. (2020). Sexual Citizenship in Comparative Perspective. In N. Naples (Ed.), Companion to Sexuality Studies (pp. 337-356). Hoboken: Wiley.

International Standard Book Number (isbn) 13


  • 9781119314998

Ro Metadata Url


  • http://ro.uow.edu.au/asshpapers/20

Book Title


  • Companion to Sexuality Studies

Start Page


  • 337

End Page


  • 356

Place Of Publication


  • Hoboken