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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Sally Hines; Tam Sanger
|ISBN:||9780415999304 0415999308 9780415810586 0415810582|
|Description:||viii, 298 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||The emergence of new transgendering identities in the age of the Internet / Richard Ekins and Dave King --
Becoming knowably gendered: the production of transgender possibilities and constraints in the mass and alternative press from 1990-2005 / Laurel Westbrook --
Telling trans stories: (un)doing the science of sex / Alison Rooke --
Recognising diversity? The Gender Recognition Act and transgender citizenship / Sally Hines --
Transsexual agents: negotiating authenticity and embodiment within the UK's medicolegal system / Zowie Davy --
(In)visibility in the workplace: the experiences of trans-employees in the UK / Em Rundall and Vincent Vecchietti --
The impact of race on gender transformation in a drag troupe / Eve Shapiro --
Transgendering in an urban Dutch streetwalking zone / Katherine Gregory --
Beyond borders: lived experiences of atypically gendered transsexual people / Sara Davidmann --
Who put the 'hetero' in sexuality? / Angie Fee --
Corporeal silences and bodies that speak: the promises and limitations of queer in lesbian/queer sexual spaces / Corie J. Hammers --
Towards a sociology of gender diversity: the Indian and UK cases / Surya Monro --
Beyond Gender and sexuality binaries in sociological theory: the case for transgender inclusion / Tam Sanger.
|Series Title:||Routledge research in gender and society, 24.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Sally Hines and Tam Sanger.|
Offers accounts of the diversity of living transgender. This book is suitable for scholars and students in sociology and gender and sexuality studies.
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