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The sexual citizen : queer politics and beyond / David Bell and Jon Binnie
Bib ID 2298256
Format BookBook
Author
Bell, David
 
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Description Cambridge : Polity Press, 2000 
176 p. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0745616542
0745616534
Full contents
  • Machine derived contents note: 1 Sexing Citizenship 1
  • 2 Sexual Politics and Sexual Citizenship 35
  • 3 Marriage, the Military and the Sexual Citizen 53
  • 4 The Sexual and the Social 67
  • 5 Sexual Democracy and Urban Life 83
  • 6 The Love that Dares Not Forget its Brand Name 96
  • 7 Transnational Sexual Citizenship 108
  • 8 Turn it into Love 123
  • 9 Hard Choices 141.
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

English.

Subjects Homosexuality -- Political aspects.  |  Lesbianism -- Political aspects.  |  Sex role -- Political aspects.  |  Gender identity -- Political aspects.  |  Citizenship.
Other authors/contributors Binnie, Jon

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