Handbook of the Sociology of Sexualities

This volume provides researchers and scholars with a broad overview of the contributions of social psychologists and sociologists to the study of sexual relationships and sexual expression across the life course. These contributions include analyses of the dynamics of several types of contemporary s...

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Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: DeLamater, John (Editor), Plante, Rebecca F. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Cham Springer International Publishing 2015, 2015
Edition:1st ed. 2015
Series:Handbooks of Sociology and Social Research
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505 0 |a Chapter 21. Sexuality and Education: Toward the Promise of Ambiguity; Jessica Fields, Jen Gilbert and Michell Miller -- Chapter 22. Sex Work; Susan Dewey -- Chapter 23. Pornography; Kassia Wosick -- Chapter 24. The Medicalization of Sexual Deviance, Reproduction, and Functioning; Thea Cacchioni -- Chapter 25. Sexualities and Social Movements: Three Decades of Sex and Social Change; Amy Stone and Jill. D. Weinberg 
505 0 |a Chapter 12. Casual Sex: Integrating Social, Behavioral, and Sexual Health Research; Justin R. Garcia, Susan Seibold-Simpson, Sean G. Massey, and Ann M. Merriwether -- Chapter 13. Consensual Non-Monogamies in Industrialized Nations; Elizabeth Sheff and Megan Tesene -- Chapter 14. Sexuality in Long-Term Relationships; Amy Lodge -- Chapter 15. Intersectionality: Race, Gender, Sexuality, and Class; Angelique Harris and Susannah Bartlow -- Chapter 16. Asexualities; Carol Haefner and Rebecca F. Plante -- Chapter 17. Cities and Sexualiries; Phil Hubbard, Andrew Gorman Murray and Catharine J. Nash -- Chapter 18. The Queer Metropolis; Amin Ghaziani -- Part V. Sexualities in Institutional Context -- Chapter 19. The Family in Flux: Changing Sexual and Reproductive Practices; Lauren Jade Martin -- Chapter 20. Understanding Religious Variations in Sexuality and Sexual Health; Amy Burdette, Terrence D. Hill and Kyl Myers --  
505 0 |a Chapter 1. Introduction; John DeLamater and Rebecca F. Plante -- Part I. Theories -- Chapter 2. Sexual Script Theory: Past, Present, and Future; Michael Wiederman -- Chapter 3. Sexual Fields; Adam Isaiah Green -- Chapter 4. Macro theory in Sexual Science; Ira L. Reiss -- Chapter 5. Studying Sexualities from a Life course Perspective; Laura Carpenter -- Part II. Methods -- Chapter 6. Surveying Sexualities: Minimizing Survey Error in the Study of Sexuality; Anthony Paik -- Chapter 7. Ethnography in a ''Sex Setting'': Doing Research in a New Zealand Massage Parlour; María Pérez-Pérez -- Chapter 8. Observational Methods in Sexuality Research; Kate Frank -- Part III. Bodies and Sexuality -- Chapter 9. Unpacking Sexual Embodiment and Embodied Resistance; Breanne Fahs and Eric Swank -- Chapter 10. Missing Intersections: Contemporary Examinations of Sexuality and Disability; Amanda Jungels and Alexis Bender -- Chapter 11. Trans* Sexualities; Aaron Devor and Kimi Dominic --  
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520 |a This volume provides researchers and scholars with a broad overview of the contributions of social psychologists and sociologists to the study of sexual relationships and sexual expression across the life course. These contributions include analyses of the dynamics of several types of contemporary sexual relationships – e.g., short-term, long-term non-exclusive, and committed. Chapters analyze the influence of major social institutions – e.g., religion, family and economy - on them. The content and scope of this volume have been carefully chosen to balance coverage of traditional emphases – dating, marriage, commercial sex work, sex education - with new and cutting edge materials – embodiment, Trans*, asexualities. Sections review major theoretical perspectives and the principal research methods. Coverage of sexual orientation is integrated throughout. This volume provides excellent resources for anyone interested in research on sexualities