2 edition of Gender perspectives on reproduction and sexuality found in the catalog.
Gender perspectives on reproduction and sexuality
|Statement||edited by Marcia Texler Segal, Vasilikie Demos with Jennie Jacobs Kronenfeld.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 292 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||292|
The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction Library Morrison Hall , E. 3rd St. Bloomington, IN (); Fax () [email protected] This bibliography has been compiled from the research collections of The Kinsey Institute. This difference perspective is perhaps best summed up by the words of the familiar quip: women who want to be equal with men lack ambition. The anti-subordination feminist perspective aims to dislodge questions about biological and psychological difference from the center of debates about the family and reproduction. A narrow focus on men and.
Healthy sexuality has also been suggested to include components of communication and acceptance of love, expressing emotion and giving and receiving pleasure, having the ability to enjoy and control sexual and reproductive behavior without feelings of guilt, fear, or . Fertility, Reproduction and Sexuality: Social and Cultural Perspectives See Related Anthropology Journals Email Newsletters. Sign up for our email newsletters to get customized updates on new Berghahn publications. Click here to select your preferences. Being a Sperm Donor Masculinity, Sexuality, and Biosociality in Denmark Sebastian MohrAuthor: Sebastian Mohr.
Gender studies is an interdisciplinary academic field devoted to analysing gender identity and gendered representation. It includes women's studies (concerning women, feminism, gender, and politics), men's studies and queer studies. Sometimes, gender studies is offered together with study of sexuality. Social work, gender, and intersectionality. One response to this assumed gender sameness, and the treatment of gender in isolation, is to consider intersectionality theory (Mehrotra, ; Murphy et al., ; Wahab et al., forthcoming).Crenshaw’s argument proposes that the consideration of subordination within single categories, like gender, prevents analysis of race and gender for black Cited by:
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This volume offers feminist perspectives on the social, cultural and medical aspects of women as sexual Gender perspectives on reproduction and sexuality book and of their fertility, pregnancy and child bearing.
It serves as a companion to "Advances in Gender Research volume 7, Gender perspectives on Health and Medicine: Key Themes".Author: Marcia T. Segal. Nancy Chodorow, in her groundbreaking book The Reproduction of Mothering, quite simply changed the conversation in at least three areas of study: psychoanalysis, women's studies, and her latest book, Individualizing Gender and Sexuality, she examines the complexity and uniqueness of each person's personal creation of sexuality and gender and the ways that these interrelate with 5/5(2).
Offers feminist perspectives on the social, cultural and medical aspects of women as sexual beings and of their fertility, pregnancy and child bearing. The seven essays included here, raise questions about control and agency asking who decides if, when and how fertility should be controlled and the circumstances under which birth takes place.
Nominated for the Book Prize by the Council on Anthropology and Reproduction (AAA) Reproductive disruptions, such as infertility, pregnancy loss, adoption, and childhood disability, are among the most distressing experiences in people’s lives.3/5(1).
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (vi, pages): illustrations. Contents: Gender perspectives on reproduction and sexuality: introduction / Marcia Texler Segal and Vasilikie Demos with Jennie Jacobs Kronenfeld --Reproductive rights: an analytical proposal / Alejandro Cervantes-Carson --Delivery: gender and the language of birth / Terri.
"Gender, Sex, and Sexualities provides up-to-the-minute reviews of research on topics that are themselves changing rapidly: nonbinary gender identities, gendered power, gender development, desire and sexuality, and intersectionality.
The authors represent an all-star list of experts in the : Hardcover. He works as an ethnographer of gender, sexuality, and intimacy in the fields of (reproductive) biomedicine, the military and militarization, and technology.
He is co-convener of the EASA European Network for Queer Anthropology, board member of the Sexuality Research Network of the European Sociological Association, and member of the editorial board of Women, Gender & : Sebastian Mohr. In when we began reviewing papers for possible inclusion in Advances in Gender Research volume 7: Gender Perspectives on Health and Medicine: Key Themes, and Volume 8: Gender Perspectives on Health and Medicine: Reproduction and Sexuality, the popular press was full of headlines about Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) (for references and extended and detailed discussion by Cited by: 1.
Current debates and issues of global relevance on the changing dynamics of fertility, human reproduction and sexuality are addressed.
Submissions Formal submissions should be sent directly to Berghahn Books. For more information on Berghahn's manuscript submission procedure, please look at the Info for Authors section on this web site. Book Description. This book takes an intersectional, interdisciplinary, and transnational approach, presenting work that will provide the reader with a nuanced and in-depth understanding of the role of globalization in the sexual and reproductive lives of gendered bodies in the 21st century.
And this is where gender and sex come together, as society tries to match up ways of behaving with biologically based sex assignments. Sex is a biological categorization based primarily on reproductive potential, whereas gender is the social elaboration of biological sex.
Not File Size: KB. Words can reveal cultural beliefs. A good example is the term “sex.”. In the past, sex referred both to sexuality and to someone’s biologic sex: male or female. Today, although sex still refers to sexuality, “gender” now means the categories male, female, or increasingly, other gender possibilities.
Gender, Masculinity, and Reproduction: Anthropological Perspectives MATTHEW R. DUDGEON and MARCIA C. INHORN Emory University University of Michigan Recently, men’s reproductive health has become an explicit focus of population and development programs and policies. Anthropo-logical research suggests that understanding men’s reproductiveFile Size: KB.
Feminist and Gender Theories There is no original or primary gender a drag imitates, but gender is a kind of.
imitation for which there is no original. —Judith Butler. Key Concepts Hegemonic Masculinity Patriarchal Dividend. Connell.
Key Concepts Queer. This paper defines the concepts of gender and social reproduction as developed in feminist theory and discusses their utility for synthesizing recent historical research on women.
We review literature on the emergence, institutionalization, and reorganization of “separate spheres” in nineteenth and early twentieth century Europe and North America. Focusing on social class differences in Cited by: Contrary to what feminists like Rubin argued, the sex/gender distinction cannot be used as a theoretical tool that dissociates conceptions of womanhood from biological and reproductive features.
Moi has further argued that the sex/gender distinction is useless given certain theoretical goals (, chapter 1). Ultimately, it is an extremely ambitious book with a broad scope, aiming to be one of the major pieces of gender and sex literature for several groups, including biologists, educators, trans, intersex/people with differences in sexual development and genderqueer individuals, queer groups debating whether to include trans issues, politicians and 4/5.
Identity, Gender, and Sexuality – Years after Freud is edited by Peter Fonagy, Rainer Krause and Marianne Leuzinger Bohleber, with a foreword by Claudio Laks Eizirick.
It is comprised of a series of papers, each followed by a commentary and first presented at the Sixth Joseph Sandler Research Conference in March at University College. Miliann Kang is associate professor in Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, where she is also affiliated faculty in Sociology and Asian/Asian American Studies.
Her book, The Managed Hand: Race, Gender and the Body in Beauty Service Work (, University of California Press) addresses gendered processes 4/5(18). GENDER AND SOCIAL REPRODUCTION tion, the ways in which the care and socialization of children are provided, the care of the infirm and elderly, and the social organization of sexuality.
Social reproduction can thus be seen to include various kinds of work-mental, manual, and emotional-aimed at providing the historically and socially, as. Gender perspective has made possible the denaturalisation of sexuality and reproduction outlining the political and ideological dimensions related to their social organization in different social.Theoretical Perspectives on Gender.
Sociological theories help sociologists to develop questions and interpret data. For example, a sociologist studying why middle-school girls are more likely than their male counterparts to fall behind grade-level expectations in math and science might use a feminist perspective to frame her research.With that in mind, we can return to the issue of sex and gender.
Initially, social scientists sought to distinguish sex from gender. As my introductory anthropology textbook defines sex: “observable physical characteristics that distinguish the two kinds of human beings, females and males, needed for reproduction” (Lavenda & Schultz ).
As is clear in this definition, sex is mostly.