The Sexuality and Society ReaderBook - 2007
Sex matters examines the many ways in which human sexuality is a socially constructed and regulated behaviour, and how it is studied by social scientists. This collection of readings are drawn from both scholarly and popular sources, and a number of them are original articles written for this book. Every chapter begins with an interview, in which a prominent sex researcher discusses his or her work in this field.
Publisher: Boston : Pearson A and B, c2007
Edition: 2nd edition
Characteristics: xxii, 650 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm