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Love in Ancient Greece
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ISBN: 0837167582 Year: 1977 Publisher: Westport (Conn.): Greenwood

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The individual, sex, and society.
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ISBN: 080181037X 0801810361 Year: 1969 Publisher: Baltimore Johns Hopkins press

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Human sexuality in four perspectives.
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ISBN: 0801818451 Year: 1977 Publisher: Baltimore Johns Hopkins university press

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Sex : a philosophical primer
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ISBN: 0742512363 Year: 2001 Publisher: Totowa Rowman & Littlefield

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The sexual organization of the city
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ISBN: 1283150786 9786613150783 0226470334 9780226470337 0226470318 9780226470313 9780226468976 0226468976 9781283150781 6613150789 Year: 2004 Publisher: Chicago : University of Chicago Press,

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We think of the city as a place where anything goes. Take the sensational fantasies and lurid antics of single women on Sex in the City or young men on Queer as Folk, and you might imagine the city as some kind of sexual playground-a place where you can have any kind of sex you want, with whomever you like, anytime or anywhere you choose. But in The Sexual Organization of the City, Edward Laumann and company argue that this idea is a myth. Drawing on extensive surveys and interviews with Chicago adults, they show that the city is-to the contrary-a place where sexual choices and options are constrained. From Wicker Park and Boys Town to the South Side and Pilsen, they observe that sexual behavior and partnering are significantly limited by such factors as which neighborhood you live in, your ethnicity, what your sexual preference might be, or the circle of friends to which you belong. In other words, the social and institutional networks that city dwellers occupy potentially limit their sexual options by making different types of sexual activities, relationships, or meeting places less accessible. To explain this idea of sex in the city, the editors of this work develop a theory of sexual marketplaces-the places where people look for sexual partners. They then use this theory to consider a variety of questions about sexuality: Why do sexual partnerships rarely cross racial and ethnic lines, even in neighborhoods where relatively few same-ethnicity partners are available? Why do gay men and lesbians have few public meeting spots in some neighborhoods, but a wide variety in others? Why are African Americans less likely to marry than whites? Does having a lot of friends make you less likely to get a sexually transmitted disease? And why do public health campaigns promoting safe sex seem to change the behaviors of some, but not others? Considering vital questions such as these, and shedding new light on the city of Chicago, this work will profoundly recast our ideas about human sexual behavior.

Thalassa : a theory of genitality
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ISBN: 0429480954 1283118084 9786613118080 1849400717 9781849400718 0946439613 9780946439614 Year: 1989 Publisher: London ; New York : Karnac,

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In 1914, Freud wrote in On the History of the Psycho-Analytic Movement: ""Hungary, so near geographically to Austria, and so far from it scientifically, has produced only one collaborator, Sandor Ferenczi, but one that indeed outweighs a whole society"". Sandor Ferenczi, one of Freud's first disciples, established the study of psychoanalysis in Hungary and went on to make contributions of his own to many aspects of the subject, including study of the personality, the psychopathology of neurosis, therapeutic techniques, and psychoanalytic theory. In Thalassa, Ferenczi expands the symbols of the

Sexologie contemporaine
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ISBN: 2760520242 1435674898 9781435674899 9782760520240 9782760502802 2760502805 Year: 1981 Publisher: Sillery [Que.] : Presses de l'Université du Québec,

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Soucieux de dresser un tableau des grandes problématiques sexologiques un groupe de professeurs universitaires a préparé ce recueil de textes fondamentaux qui reflète l'état des connaissances scientifiques en sexologie. Un ouvrage de référence pour toute personne cherchant à rassembler les pièces de l'énigmatique puzzle de la sexualité humaine.

Sexuality and society : an introduction
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ISBN: 1134584407 1280109270 0203994191 9780203994191 0415229030 0415229022 Year: 2002 Publisher: New York : Routledge,

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In this broad-ranging introduction to the study of sexuality, Gargi Bhattacharyya guides students through the key theoretical debates in the area from the early history of sexology, through Foucault's technologies of self to Judith Butler on the performance of identity. Bhattacharyya shows how these theoretical positions apply to sexuality as it is experienced in contemporary society, and covers key topics such as:* the ideology of heterosexuality* sex and the state* sex, race and 'the exotic'* age and sexuality* sex education and pornography.The book argues


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Závažná těla : O materialtě a diskursivních mezích "phlaví"
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ISBN: 8024633442 9788024633442 Year: 2016 Publisher: [Prague] : Nakladatestvi Karolinum,

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Negotiating the Borders of the Gender Regime : Developments and Debates on Trans(sexuality) in the Federal Republic of Germany
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ISBN: 3839444411 9783839444412 Year: 2019 Publisher: Bielefeld : transcript-Verlag,

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While social change regarding trans(sexuality) has evolved within an expanding nexus of concepts, practices, regulations and institutions, this process has barely been analysed systematically. Against the background of legislative processes on gender recognition in a society shaped by heteronormative hegemony, Adrian de Silva traces how sexology, the law, federal politics and the trans movement interacted to generate or challenge concepts of trans(sexuality) from the mid-1960s to 2014 in the Federal Republic of Germany. The interdisciplinary study draws upon and contributes to debates in (trans)gender and queer studies, political science, sociology of law, sexology and the social movement.

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