Genders 19

Author: Ann M. Kibbey
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 0814746519
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Dear Reader, Beginning with 1994, Genders is taking a new shape! To increase
the number of essays we print, we will now be publishing twice a year instead of
three times a year. Each Genders will now be much larger—a volume of essays
in its own right—and we will be arranging the contents topically. We hope this
new form will help you find the essays of greatest value for you and, at the same
time, suggest other essays that might be related to your primary interests. As
usual, we ...

Genders Sexualities In Modern Thailand

Author: Peter A. Jackson
ISBN: 9789747551075
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Yet serious study of patterns of sexuality, femininity, and masculinity in Thailand is relatively new. This book is a rare collection by scholars from around the world and across social disciplines who are tackling these issues.

Genders 22

Author: Ellen E. Berry
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 0814786138
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19. 20. ism, and Bolshevism, 1860–1930 (Princeton: Princeton University Press,
1978), 191. For a perceptive analysis of women's participation in the Russian
revolutionary underground, see Barbara Alpern Engel's Mothers and Daughters:
Women of the Intelligentsia in Nineteenth-Century Russia (Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press, 1983). See Laura Engelstein's nuanced analysis of
the distinction between Russian and Western societies in the late nineteenth
century: “But ...

Manly States

Author: Charlotte Hooper
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231505205
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Genders 19. ———. 1994. “Good Girls, Little Girls, and Bad Girls: Male Paranoia
in Robert Keohane's Critique of Feminist International Relations.” Millennium 23,
no. 2: 337–49. ———. 1995. Simulating Sovereignty: Intervention, the State, and
Symbolic Exchange. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Weeks, Jeffrey.
1987. “Questions of Identity.” In The Cultural Construction of Sexuality, ed. Pat
Caplan. London: Tavistock. ———. 1989. Sex, Politics, and Society: The
Regulation of ...

Faking It

Author: Cynthia Weber
Publisher: U of Minnesota Press
ISBN: 9780816632695
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It is supposed to be a strategic use of humor to make critical intellectual points
about U.S. hegemony, psychoanalytic theory, and dichotomous representations
of sex, gender, and sexuality." Ann gave me the chance to revise the essay,
which she published ("Something's Missing: Male Hysteria and the U.S. Invasion
of Panama," Genders 19 [spring 1994]: 171-97). A version of the essay was later
reprinted in Marysia Zalewski and Jane Parpart's edited volume The "Man"
Question in ...

Fictional Genders

Author: Dorothy Kelly
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See also Economy; Gold; Value Power: and the family, 42; and gender, 50-55, 94
-106; and seduction, 101; of woman, 20, 51-52, 77, 80, 94- 106 Prevost, l'abbe,
153, 179 Production: of gender, 167; separated from home, 44; and the text, 176-
77 Psychoanalysis: and gender, 158; and interpretation, 105, 190-91 n.44. See
also Freud, Lacan Pygmalion, 109, 170 R Rachilde, Monsieur Venus , 3, 19, 21,
143-55, 167, 176 Realism, 167: and aporia, 144; authors of, 143; and fetishism, ...

Gender Diversity In Indonesia

Author: Sharyn Graham Davies
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135169837
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This concept allowed Herdt to move his analysis beyondthe analytically and
conceptually rigid boundaries imposedbya sex/gender dualism andexamine
thedynamics occurring between various sexesand genders.
Introducingathirdanalytical category also enabled Herdt (1994:17, 19)to objectify
hegemonic 'first' and 'second' categories and examine kwoluaatmwol asadistinct
identity. By understanding kwoluaatmwolas athird sex/gender category, Herdt
wasbetter able to appreciatethe ...

Constructing And Reconstructing Gender

Author: Linda A. M. Perry
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780791410097
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The Links Among Communication, Language, and Gender Linda A. M. Perry,
Lynn H. Turner, Helen M. Sterk, Organization for the Study of Communication,
Language, and Gender. CHAPTER 19 ... When the issue of gender is discussed
in most literature and in classroom and social settings, it is generally understood
that the references made apply to gender issues in Western culture, specifically,
in the United States. As noted by Pearson, inquiry into sex and communication
began in ...

L Expansion Bantoue

Author: Larry M. Hyman
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I have made a distinction between major and minor genders. I considered a
gender to be a major one when it contains more than 6 items (6 items out of the
129 items of the sample list I used) . There is one exception, namely gender 19/6.
According to the criterion I used for the other genders, 19/6 should be considered
as a minor gender (2 or 3 items only belong to it) . Now, a study of Mankon nouns
, based on a corpus of about 700 nouns, shows that 21 nouns belong to 19/6,
only 3 ...

Monitoring The Future College Students And Young Adults Ages 19 45

Author: Lloyd Johnston
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males—opening a gender gap. The gap has narrowed since then, though males
have tended to be slightly more likely to report use of ice. For tranquilizers, both
genders showed a long, gradual decline (and very similar rates of use) from 1980
through about 1993 in all three age bands. Beginning in 1995, use increased for
both genders in the 19- to 22-year-old group, followed by an increase beginning
after 1997 among the 23- to 26-year-olds and after 1999 among the 27- to ...