Theorizing intersectionality and sexuality
Theorizing intersectionality and sexuality / edited by Yvette Taylor, Sally Hines and Mark E. Casey.
Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.
xv, 278 p. ; 23 cm.
- Other contributors
Taylor, Yvette, 1978-
Casey, Mark E.
Genders and sexualities in the social sciences
- Introduction / Yvette Taylor, Sally Hines and Mark Casey
- Part I: complexities and complications - intersectional (re)runs
- Me, myself, and I / Kath Weston
- Complexities and complications: intersections of class and sexuality / Yvette Taylor
- On the depoliticisation and intersectionality talk: conceptualising multiple oppressions in critical sexuality studies / Umut Erel, Jin Haritaworn, Encarnación Gutiérrez Rodríguez and Christian Klesse
- 'Try again. Fail again. Fail better.' Queer interdependencies as corrective methodologies / Elahe Haschemi Yekani, Beatrice Michaelis and Gabriele Dietze
- Part II: lived expereinces, intersecting lives
- Intersectionality and sexuality: the case of sexuality and transgender equalities work in UK local government / Suryo Monro and Diane Richardson
- Thinking intersectionality: sexualities and the politics of multiple identities / James Joseph Dean
- Sexing gender; gendering sex: towards an intersectional analysis of transgender / Sally Hines
- Desistence from sex work: feminist cultural criminology and intersectionality - the complexities of moving in and out of sex work / Maggie O'Neill and Rosie Campbell
- Part III: OPerationalising intersectionality
- Sexualities sociologies and the intersectional potential of two qualitative methodologies / Kendal Broad
- The language of intersectionality: reseaching 'lesbian' identity in urabn Russia / Francesca Stella
- Multiplex methodologies: researching young people's well-being at the intersections of class, sexuality, gender and age / Elizabeth McDermott
- Bent: non-normative embodiment as lived intersectionality / Kay Inckle.
- Kinsey subjects
Gender role identification.
Self concept and sex behavior.