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Title: Sexing the Body: Gender Politics and the Construction of Sexuality
Author: Anne Fausto-Sterling
Published: 2016-3
Publication or website published: Phoenix Education Publishing
Keyword: sex, body, gender and politics, construction, biology
Sexing the Body is a highly synthetic work, and thus most readers, be they academicians or members of a general audience, will be unfamiliar with – and quite possibly skeptical of – at least some of the areas on which the author touches. The book aims to stimulate discussion and reading on the part of readers, so the rich and up-to-date bibliography draws on significant literatures in fields ranging from scientific studies to feminism, from sexuality studies to human development and from systems theory to biology. The book includes a fair amount of artwork, and again this is unusual for a book of this type. Some of the illustrations consist of cartons or humorous drawings describing events discussed in the text.
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