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|Material Type:||Conference publication|
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|ISBN:||0814780768 9780814780763 081478075X 9780814780756|
|Notes:||Based on a conference which was held at Middlesex University in July 1995.|
|Description:||xviii, 278 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Preface / Lynne Segal --
1. Heroes or Villains? Reconsidering British fin de siecle Sexology / Lesley Hall --
2. Thinking Sex Historically / Lucy Bland and Frank Mort --
3. Psychoanalytic Challenges: A Contribution to the New Sexual Agenda / Stephen Frosh --
4. Sexual Values Revisited / Jeffrey Weeks --
5. Sexual Revolution / R.W. Connell --
6. Feminist Sexual Politics and the Heterosexual Predicament / Lynne Segal --
7. Conservative Agendas and Government Policy / Martin Durham --
8. Medicine, Morality and the Public Management of Sexual Matters / Leonore Tiefer --
9. 'Yes, But Does it Work?' Impediments to Rigorous Evaluations of Gay Men's Health Promotion / Graham Hart --
10. Trust as Risky Practice / Carla Willig --
11. Therapy as Think Tank: From a Man's Internal Family to New Political Forms / Andrew Samuels --
12. The Case of the Lesbian Phallus: Bridging the Gap between Material and Discursive Analyses of Sexuality / Jane M. Ussher.
|Responsibility:||edited by Lynne Segal.|
Taking on those who would limit our sexual freedom, New Sexual Agendas challenges the notion that there is a fixed sexual behavior for men and women. The collection is a convening of the minds across disciplines: women's studies, literature, gender studies, cultural studies, history, politics, and education, as well as sociologists, medical doctors, and psychologists. Including well known thinkers such as Jeffrey Weeks, Leonore Tiefer, and Mary McIntosh, New Sexual Agendas explores our sexual legacy, from turn of the century sexologists to the inequalities of sexually invested social structures, from the rise of the Right and its portent for sexual freedoms to the myth of women as the subordinate sex. Along the way it explores the limits of trust in intimate relationships, the escalating AIDS epidemic, and the dangers of prescribed sex roles for both heterosexual and homosexual relationships.
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