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Profit and pleasure : sexual identities in late capitalism / Rosemary Hennessy
Bib ID 1116413
Format BookBook
Author
Hennessy, Rosemary
 
Description New York : Routledge, 2000 
xiii, 265 p. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0415924251
041592426X (paperback)
Full contents
  • 1. Setting the Terms
  • 2. The Material of Sex
  • 3. Cultural Study, Commodity Logic, Sexual Subjects
  • 4. Queer Visibility in Commodity Culture
  • 5. Sexual Alibis, Colonial Displacements: Materializing Myth in The Crying Game
  • 6. Desire as a Class Act: Lesbian in Late Capitalism
  • 7. Identity, Need, and the Making of Revolutionary Love.
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 247-262) and index.

Subjects Gay liberation movement -- History.  |  Gender identity -- History.

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