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Gender and everyday life / Mary Holmes
Bib ID 4465618
Format BookBook
Author
Holmes, Mary, 1965-
 
Description London ; New York : Routledge, c2009 
xiv, 162 p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 9780415423489
0415423481
9780415423496
041542349X
9780203929384
0203929381
Series

New sociology series

Full contents
  • Introduction: Gender and everyday life
  • Sexed bodies?
  • Learning and doing gender in everyday life
  • Gendered relationships in everyday life
  • Resisting gender in everyday life
  • The future of gender
  • Conclusion: Gender, everyday life and degendering.
 
Notes

Includes index.

Bibliography: (p. [144]-155)

Subjects Sex role.  |  Sex differences.  |  Gender identity.

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