The SAGE Handbook of Global Sexualities

Editors: Davy, Zowie, Santos, Ana Cristina and Bertone, Chiara
Publication Year: 2020
Publisher: Sage UK

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-1-52-642412-9
Category: Social Sciences - Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies
Image Count: 15
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

This Handbook provides a major thematic overview of global sexualities, spanning each of the continents, and its study, which is both reflective and prospective, and includes traditional approaches and emerging themes.

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Table of Contents

  • List of Figures and Tables
  • Notes on the Editors and Contributors
  • Editors’ Introduction - Ana Cristina Santos, Saskia E. Wieringa, Ryan Thoreson, Chiara Bertone and Zowie Davy
  • Part I: Understanding Sexuality: Epistemologies/Conceptual and Methodological Challenges
  • 1. Global Sexualities: Towards a Reconciliation between Decolonial Analysis and Human Rights - Matthew Waites
  • 2. Pre-Colonial Actualities, Post-Colonial Amnesia and Neo-Colonial Assemblage - Maria Pallotta-Chiarolli
  • 3. The Queer Epistemologies: Challenges to the Modes of Knowing about Sexuality in Russia - Alexander Kondakov
  • 4. Researching Childhood Sexuality - Stefan Lucke
  • 5. Research Perspectives on Bisexuality - Annukka Lahti
  • 6. Asexuality as an Epistemological Lens: An Evolving Multi-Layered Approach - Rita Alcaire
  • 7. Anarchism and Sexuality - Lucy Nicholas
  • 8. Sex and Secrecy in the Field: Methodological Dilemmas in Research in Chinese Massage Parlours - Marie-Louise Janssen
  • Part II: Enforcing and Challenging Sexual Norms
  • 9. Including Diversity? The Politics of Sex Education in the Netherlands - Willemijn Krebbekx
  • 10. Sexuality Education: International Policies, Global Developments, and Contemporary Research Perspectives - Barbara Rothmüller and Marion Thuswald
  • 11. Disrupting Heterosexuality in Intergenerational Relations - Chiara Bertone
  • 12. Trans Athletes and the Posthuman: A Critical Analysis of Trans Policies in Sports - Ana Lúcia Santos
  • 13. Heteronormativity and Passionate Aesthetics - Saskia E. Wieringa
  • 14. Prison Heterocissexual Complex: Sociospatial Politics of Queer Incarceration and the Case of Turkey - Ece Canlı
  • Part III: Interrogating/Undoing Sexual Categories
  • 15. BDSM - Robin Bauer
  • 16. Introducing the New Kid on the Block: Polyamory - Stefan F. Ossmann
  • 17. Multiple Estrangements in the Twilight Zone: Chronic Illness and Queerness in Southern Europe - Mara Pieri
  • 18. Hijras in South Asia: Rethinking the Dominant Representations - Adnan Hossain
  • 19. Queering the Postcolony: Same-Sex Desire and Xhosa Culture in Postcolonial South Africa - Lwando Scott
  • 20. Tacit Power: A Case of HIV-Positive Housewives in Indonesia - Johanna Debora Imelda and Andi Nur Fa'izah
  • Part IV: Enhancement Practices and Sexual Markets/Industries
  • 21. ‘Virility Medicines’ and Changing Sexualities in Precarious Transformations in West Papua - Diana Teresa Pakasi
  • 22. Questioning the ‘Viagrization’ of (Hetero)Sexual Ageing - Raffaella Ferrero Camoletto, Catherine Barrett and Emily Wentzell
  • 23. Consuming Yourself into Being: Women's Consumptive Practices and the Articulation of Acceptable Heterosexual Femininity - Claire Moran and Julie-Anne Carroll
  • 24. Social Representation, Identity and HIV Prevention: The Case of PrEP among Gay Men - Rusi Jaspal
  • 25. The Algorithms of Desire: The Field of the Pornographic - Karen Gabriel
  • 26. From Zero Tolerance to Full Integration: Rethinking Prostitution Policies - Petra Östergren
  • 27. Criminalise Women Buying Sex? Neo-Abolitionist Influence on Australian Politics and Media Consumers - Hilary Caldwell and John de Wit
  • Part V: Sexual Rights and Citizenship (and the Governance of Sexuality)
  • 28. Sexuality, Identity and the Politics of Recognition - Paddy McQueen
  • 29. Sexuality, the Law and the Experiences of Women in Ireland - Christina Quinlan
  • 30. Youth and Sexual Rights - Ryan Thoreson
  • 31. Sexual Citizenship Re-centred: Gender and Sexual Diversity in Indonesia - Sharyn Graham Davies
  • 32. Transgender Persons in Indian Courtrooms - Surabhi Shukla
  • Part VI: Sexuality and Social Movements
  • 33. Queer Muslim Challenges and Resistances within the Context of Globalized Sexualities - Daniel Ahmed Fernández
  • 34. ‘Gender Ideology’ as Modular Discourse: A Survey of Transatlantic Activism against Gender - Annie Wilkinson
  • 35. Borrowing and Imitation in Post-Soviet Trans Activisms - Yana Kirey-Sitnikova
  • 36. Questioning Pathologization in Clinical Practice and Research from Trans and Intersex Perspectives - Amets Suess Schwend
  • 37. Abstinence: A Global Perspective - Nicholas Velotta and Pepper Schwartz
  • 38. Accounting and Authorizing: Sexuality, Violence, and Mass Atrocity Crimes - Nomvuyo Nolutshungu
  • Part VII: Language and Cultural Representation
  • 39. Non-Binary Sexualities: The Language of Desire, Practice, and Embodiment - Sebastian Cordoba
  • 40. Images of Sexuality: The Aestheticization of Same-Sex Intimacy in Francophone Literary and Filmic Productions - Aminata Cécile Mbaye
  • 41. Bodies in Transition: The Bakla as Transgender in Philippine Cinema - Mikee N. Inton
  • 42. Performing Queer at the Theatre–Documentary Convergence: Mediated Queer Activism in Contemporary China - Hongwei Bao
  • 43. Freedom Affects in Trans Erotica - Zowie Davy