By Janet Saltzman Chafetz
This wide-ranging instruction manual brings jointly specialists within the sociology of gender to give indepth discussions in addition to up to date and broad bibliographies at the array of subspecialities that contain the sector. The chapters make the most of cross-national and old fabric as well as facts at the modern usa. Within-gender alterations alongside racial/ethnic, social category, sexual choice, and age cohort dimensions also are explored.
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