Regulating Sex: The Politics of Intimacy and Identity

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Elizabeth Bernstein, Laurie Schaffner
Psychology Press, 2005 - 313 pagine
Regulating Sex is an anthology that presents debates over the role of the state in constructing and controlling erotic practice, intimacy, and identity. The purpose of this edited volume is to address sexual dilemmas in law and the state in substantive areas such as same-sex domestic partnerships, sexual economies, and childhood sexuality via a series of spirited dialogues between socio-legal scholars from diverse disciplinary, national, and political perspectives.
 

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Liberalism and Social Movement Success The Case of United States Sodomy Statutes
3
Contract and the Legal Mooring of SameSex Intimacy
19
Unprincipled Exclusions The Struggle to Achieve Judicial and Legislative Equality for Transgender People
35
The Regulation of Sexual Commerce
49
Soft Glove Punishing Fist The Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000
51
At Home in the Street Questioning the Desire to Help and Save
67
Travel and Taboo Heterosexual Sex Tourism to the Caribbean
83
Desire Demand and the Commerce of Sex
101
From Identity to Acronym How Child Prostitution Became CSEC
167
Capacity Consent and the Construction of Adulthood
189
Beyond Regulation Towards Sexual Justice
207
How Libertine Is the Netherlands? Exploring Contemporary Dutch Sexual Cultures
209
From Outsider to Citizen
225
Sex and Freedom
247
References
271
About the Contributors
301

The Regulation of Childhood and Gendered Innocence
127
Child Welfare as Social Defense Against Sexuality A Norwegian Example
129
Sexual Abuse Victims and the Wholesome Family Feminist Psychological and State Discourses
143

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Informazioni sull'autore (2005)

Elizabeth Bernstein is Assistant Professor of Sociology and Women's Studies at Barnard College, Columbia University. Laurie Schaffner is Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice and Sociology at the University of Illinois at Chicago and the author of Teenage Runaways.

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