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Sex matters : the sexuality and society reader /

[edited by] Mindy Stombler, Dawn M. Baunach, Wendy Simonds, Elroi J. Windsor, Elisabeth O. Burgess.

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Names: Stombler, Mindy.
Published: New York : W.W. Norton & Company, [2014]
Edition: Fourth edition.
Topics: Sex - Social aspects. | Sex - Social aspects - United States. | Sex in popular culture - United States. | Sex customs - United States.
Regions: United States.
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245 00|aSex matters :|bthe sexuality and society reader /|c[edited by] Mindy Stombler, Dawn M. Baunach, Wendy Simonds, Elroi J. Windsor, Elisabeth O. Burgess.
246 30|aSexuality and society reader
250 |aFourth edition.
264 1|aNew York :|bW.W. Norton & Company,|c[2014]
300 |axxvii, 723 pages :|billustrations ;|c24 cm
336 |atext|btxt|2rdacontent
337 |aunmediated|bn|2rdamedia
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 0 |aCategorizing Sex -- Investigating Sexuality -- Representing Sex -- Learning about Sex -- Sexual Bodies -- Sexual Practices -- Sexual Disease -- Social Control of Sexuality -- Sexual Violence -- Commercial Sex.
505 00|gChapter 1.|tCategorizing Sex.|tSpotlight on Research: An Interview with Marysol Asencio --|g1.|tAre We Having Sex Now or What? /|rGreta Christina --|tDiversity in Conceptualizing Having "Had Sex" /|rStephanie A. Sanders, Brandon J. Hill, William L. Yarber, Cynthia A. Graham, Richard A. Crosby, and Robin R. Milhausen --|g2.|t"Bringing Intersexy Back"? : Intersexuals and Sexual Satisfaction /|rGeorgiann Davis --|g3.|tThe Perils and Pleasures of Sex for Trans People /|rHarper Jean Tobin --|g4.|tStraight Dude Seeks Same : Mapping the Relationship between Sexual Identities, Practices, and Cultures /|rJane Ward --|g5.|tGay by Choice? : The Science of Sexual Identity /|rGary Greenberg --|tQueer by Choice, Not by Chance : Against Being "Born This Way" /|rLindsay Miller --|g6.|tStraight Girls Kissing /|rLeila J. Rupp and Verta Taylor --|tBisexuality and Bi Identity /|rPJ McGann --|gChapter 2.|tInvestigating Sexuality.|tSpotlight on Research: An Interview with Mignon R. Moore --|g7.|tAlfred Kinsey and the Kinsey Report /|rVern L. Bullough --|g8.|tLarge-Scale Sex : Methods, Challenges, and Findings of Nationally Representative Sex Research /|rAmanda M. Jungels and Stacy Gorman --|tDoing It Differently : Women's and Men's Estimates of Their Number of Lifetime Sexual Partners /|rMindy Stombler and Dawn M. Baunach --|g9.|tRacism and Research : The Case of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study /|rAllan M. Brandt --|tDoing More Good than Harm? : The Effects of Sex Research on Young People in the Netherlands /|rLisette Kuyper, John de Wit, Philippe Adam, and Liesbeth Woertman --|g10.|tSexuality and Social Theorizing /|rDenise Donnelly, Elisabeth O. Burgess, and Wendy Simonds --|g11.|tSexing Up the Subject : Methodological Nuances in Researching the Female Sex Industry /|rTeela Sanders --|tChallenges of Funding Sex Research /|rMindy Stombler and Amanda M. Jungels --|gChapter 3.|tRepresenting Sex.|tSpotlight on Research : An Interview with Joshua Gamson --|g12.|tRepresentin' in Cyberspace : Sexual Scripts, Self-Definition, and Hip Hop Culture in Black American Adolescent Girls' Home Pages /|rCarla E. Stokes --|g13.|tGeisha of a Different Kind : Gay Asian Men and the Gendering of Sexual Identity /|rChong-suk Han --|g14.|tGay-for-Pay : Straight Men and the Making of Gay Pornography /|rJeffrey Escoffier --|tWhat We Know about Pornography /|rClive M. Davis and Naomi B. McCormick --|g15.|tOut of Line : The Sexy Femmegimp Politics of Flaunting It! /|rLoree Erickson --|g16.|tThe Porning of America /|rCarmine Sarracino and Kevin M. Scott --|g17.|tSexuality in a Virtual World /|rCary Gabriel Costello --|gChapter 4.|tLearning about Sex .|tSpotlight on Research : An Interview with Ritch C. Savin-Williams --|g18.|tThe Death of the Stork : Sex Education Books for Children /|rWendy Simonds and Amanda M. Jungels --|tWhat Do I Say to My Children? /|rSol Gordon and Judith Gordon --|g19.|tSexuality Education and Desire : Still Missing After All These Years /|rMichelle Fine and Sara I. McClelland --|tAdvancing Sexuality Education in Developing Countries : Evidence and Implications /|rHeather D. Boonstra --|g20.|tSex, Love, and Autonomy in the Teenage Sleepover /|rAmy T. Schalet --|tThe Experiences of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Youth in American Schools /|rJoseph G. Kosciw, Emily A. Greytak, Mark J. Bartkiewicz, Madelyn J. Boesen, and Neal A. Palmer --|g21.|tFighting Teenage Pregnancy with MTV Stars as Exhibit A /|rJan Hoffman --|g22.|tSexual Risk and the Double Standard for African American Adolescent Women /|rAmy M. Fasula, Kim S. Miller, and Jeffrey Wiener --|g23.|tPut Me In, Coach! : Sex Lessons for Adults /|rDiana Spechler --|gChapter 5.|tSexual Bodies.|tSpotlight on Research : An Interview with Leonore Tiefer --|g24.|tThe G-Spot and Other Mysteries /|rElisabeth O. Burgess and Amy Palder --|tHung : A Meditation on the Measure of Black Men in America /|rScott Poulson-Bryant --|g25.|tThe Sorcerer's Apprentice : Why Can't We Stop Circumcising Boys? /|rRobert Darby --|g26.|tThe Politics of Acculturation : Female Genital Cutting /|rLisa Wade --|g27.|tFixing the Broken Male Machine /|rMeika Loe --|g28.|tIn Search of (Better) Sexual Pleasure : Female Genital "Cosmetic" Surgery /|rVirginia Braun --|g29.|tThe Pleasures of Childbirth /|rIna May Gaskin --|g30.|tBoundary Breaches : The Body, Sex and Sexuality after Stoma Surgery /|rLenore Manderson --
505 00|gChapter 6.|tSexual Practices.|tSpotlight on Research : An Interview with Michael Reece --|g31.|tThe Pursuit of Sexual Pleasure /|rB. J. Rye and Glenn J. Meaney --|tHow American Teens View Sex /|rMadison Park --|g32.|tGetting, Giving, Faking, Having : Orgasm and the Performance of Pleasure /|rBreanne Fahs --|g33.|tA Sexual Culture for Disabled People /|rTobin Siebers --|tWhat's a Leg Got to Do with It? /|rDonna Walton --|g34.|tThe Privilege of Perversities : Race, Class and Education Among Polyamorists and Kinksters /|rElisabeth Sheff and Corie Hammers --|g35.|tThere's More to Life than Sex? : Difference and Commonality within the Asexual Community /|rMark Carrigan --|tGrandma Does WHAT!? : Talking With Older Adults About Sex /|rChristina Barmon, Alexis A. Bender, and Elisabeth O. Burgess --|g36.|t"Reclaiming Raunch"? : Spatializing Queer Identities at Toronto Women's Bathhouse Events /|rCatherine Jean Nash and Alison Bain --|g37.|tVisibility as Privilege and Danger : Heterosexual and Same-Sex Interracial Intimacy /|rAmy C. Steinbugler --|g38.|tBecoming a Practitioner : The Biopolitics of BDSM /|rMargot Weis --|gChapter 7.|tSexual Disease.|tSpotlight on Research : An Interview with H├ęctor Carrillo --|g39.|tSecondary Prevention of Sexually Transmitted Infections : Treating the Couple and Community /|rAdam Sonfield --|g40.|tVenereal Disease : Sin versus Science /|rElizabeth Fee --|tThe Unexplored Story of HIV and Aging /|rGeorge P. Schmid, Brian G. Williams, Jeus Maria Garcia-Calleja, Chris Miller, Emily Segar, Monica Southworth, David Tonyan, Jocelyn Wacloff, and James Scott --|g41.|tDamaged Goods : Women Managing the Stigma of STDs /|rAdina Nack --|tHPV Vaccines : Kids and Controversy /|rEvelina Sterling and Wendy Simonds --|g42.|tCondom Use and Meaning in Rural Malawi /|rIddo Tavory and Ann Swidler --|tProphylactic Circumcision : Applying Recent Research Results to the United States /|rMindy Stombler --|gChapter 8.|tSocial Control of Sexuality --|tSpotlight on Research: An Interview with Amin Ghaziani --|g43.|tThe Social Control of Adult-Child Sex /|rJeffery S. Mullis and Dawn M. Baunach --|tToo Young to Consent? /|rElizabeth Cavalier and Elisabeth O. Burgess --|g44.|tSick Sex /|rElroi J. Windsor --|g45.|tBirthright: A History of Planned Parenthood /|rJill Lepore --|tFrom Contraception to Abortion: A Moral Continuum /|rWendy Simonds --|tChoice or Coercion? Abortion and Black Women /|rZakiya Luna --|g46.|tDeconstructing "Down Low" Discourse: The Politics of Sexuality, Gender, Race, AIDS, and Anxiety /|rLayli Phillips --|g47.|tGay Pakistanis, Still in Shadows, Seek Acceptance /|rMeghan Davidson Ladly --|g48.|tHooking Up: Sex in Guyland /|rMichael Kimmel --|tBullies Use Sexual Taunts to Hurt Teen Girls /|rStephanie Pappas --|g49.|tOut in the Country /|rMary L. Gray --|tLGBTQ Politics in America: An Abbreviated History /|rChet Meeks and Marik Xavier-Brier --|g50.|t"How Could You Do This To Me?": How Lesbian, Bisexual, and Queer Latinas Negotiate Sexual Identity with Their Families /|rKatie Acosta --|tPFLAG: Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays /|rK. L. Broad and Maura Rya --|gChapter 9.|tSexual Violence --|tSpotlight on Research: An Interview with Lynn Chancer --|g51.|t"I Wasn't Raped, but . . ." : Revisiting Definitional Problems in Sexual Victimization /|rNicola Gavey --|tChanging the Definition of Rape /|rMegan Tesene --|tAll That Sheltering Emptiness /|rMattilda Bernstein Sycamore --|g52.|tRape Myths /|rKatie M. Edwards, Jessica A. Turchik, Christina M. Dardis, Nicole Reynolds, and Christine A. Gidycz --|g53.|tThe Fantasy of Acceptable "Non-Consent" /|rStacey May Fowles --|g54.|tSexual Assault on Campus : A Multilevel, Integrative Approach to Party Rape /|rElizabeth A. Armstrong, Laura Hamilton, and Brian Sweeney --|tLinking Sexual Aggression and Fraternities /|rMindy Stombler and Marni A. Brown --|g55.|tEffects of Rape on Men : A Descriptive Analysis /|rJayne Walker, John Archer, and Michelle Davies --|tWomen Raping Men /|rDenise Donnelly --|g56.|tRape and War : Fighting Men and Comfort Women /|rJoane Nagel --|gChapter 10.|tCommercial Sex.|tSpotlight on Research : An Interview with Jacqueline Boles --|g57.|tSex Work for the Middle Classes /|rElizabeth Bernstein --|tStrip Clubs and Their Regulars /|rKatherine Frank --|g58.|tOvercome : The Money Shot in Pornography and Prostitution /|rLisa Jean Moore --|g59.|tNot for Sale : Stopping Sex Trafficking in the United States and Worldwide /|rNadia Shapkina --|g60.|tMarketing Sex : U.S. Legal Brothels and Late Capitalist Consumption /|rBarbara G. Brents and Kathryn Hausbeck --|tLegalized Prostitution /|rPatty Kelly --|tSex Matters : Future Visions for a Sex-Positive Society /|rElroi J. Windsor and Elisabeth O. Burges.
520 |a"The best-selling sexualities reader in the social sciences. Sex Matters: The Sexuality and Society Reader has a strong sociological focus and a sex-positive perspective. With 38 new readings, Sex Matters covers a wide and diverse range of sexual experiences and identities and tackles controversial issues in a straightforward, nonstigmatizing manner. The editors mix qualitative and quantitative empirical pieces, sexual narratives and personalized accounts, cutting-edge research, and articles from the popular press for a wealth of content and diverse perspectives"--Publisher's website.
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