This involves creating an intimidating, offensive working environment through
unwelcome verbal, visual, or physical conduct of a sexual nature. In his extensive
study of sexual harassment, Sex, Power and Boundaries, Peter Rutter claims that
Author: Richard M. Gula
Publisher: Paulist Press
At a time when concerns for misconduct, abuse scandals, and liability have brought pastoral ministers under greater scrutiny than ever before and have threatened to undermine their morale, Just Ministry offers a positive perspective on the vocation of pastoral ministry and wise ethical guidance to foster integrity in ministry.
An intervention may be for clinicians to silently reassert personal power and boundaries, consult, and wait for the next week's session. Alternatively, clinicians
may choose to wait until the therapeutic alliance is stronger to interpret clients' ...
Author: Patrick J. Carnes
This is the first comprehensive volume of the clinical management of sex addiction. Collecting the work of 28 leaders in this emerging field, the editors provide a long-needed primary text about how to approach treatment with these challenging patients. The book serves as an excellent introduction for professionals new to the field as well as serving as a useful reference tool. The contributors are literally the pioneers of one of the last frontiers of addiction medicine and sex therapy. With a growing awareness of sex addiction as a problem, plus the advent of cybersex compulsion, professional clinicians are being confronted with sexual compulsion with little clinical or academic preparation. This is the first book distilling the experience of the leaders in this emerging field. With a focus on special populations, it also becomes a handy problem-solving tool. Readable, concise, and filled with useful interventions, it is a key text for a problem clinicians must be able to identify. It is destined to be a classic reference.
Power is also a basis for obtaining sex , whether by force or lubricated with
money and what it can buy . The family is an enclosure in the open battlefields of sex and power , delimiting the free - for - all by staking out boundaries , between
Author: Göran Therborn
Publisher: Psychology Press
The institution of the family changed hugely during the course of the twentieth century. In this major new work, Göran Therborn provides a global history and sociology of the family as an institution and of politics within the family, focusing on three dimensions of family relations: on the rights and powers of fathers and husbands; on marriage, cohabitation and extra-marital sexuality; and on population policy. Therborn's empirical analysis uses a multi-disciplinary approach to show how the major family systems of the world have been formed and developed. Therborn concludes by assessing what changes the family might see during the next century. This book will be essential reading for anybody with an interest in either the sociology or the history of the family.
Author: Lisa Folkmarson KällPublish On: 2015-10-30
Arousal in this sense is a deeply conservative and violent operator of power and
normativity, and as such, Stoller's account raises interesting questions for a social
theoretical analysis of the relation between arousal and sexual power ...
Author: Lisa Folkmarson Käll
Category: Social Science
This volume explores the interrelations between bodily boundaries and vulnerabilities. It calls attention to the vulnerability of bodies as an essential aspect of having boundaries and being bound to other bodies. The volume advances an understanding of embodiment as the central aspect of subjectivity, its identity formation and its relations to others and the world. The essence of embodiment is what connects us with others and in equal measure what distinguishes us from others. The collection also addresses the centrality of the body to political and cultural activity, targeting the role and constitution of norms in the regulation of bodies, and the construction of spaces that bodies inhabit, in constructing national and cultural identities. It raises questions of how bodies and boundaries materialize in co-constitutive relation to one another; how bodies are situated and come to embody various bodies and intersections between different categories of identity and systems of value, meaning and knowledge; how the regulation and policing of bodies and the boundaries between them come to constitute bodies as being weak, strong, vulnerable or resilient and as having more or less fixed or fluid boundaries. The chapters in the volume all demonstrate how individual human bodies are formed in relation to each other as they are regulated and distinguished from one another by larger collective bodies of nature, culture, science, nation and state, as well as by other human or non-human animal bodies.
boundaries and subverted distinctions between what is real and what
represented. However, artificially reconstructed bodies may seem no longer to fit
the naturalistic paradigm, thus creating the Foucauldian paradox
ofsimultaneously being ...
Author: K. Woodward
Category: Social Science
This book explores the social and cultural impact of the Olympic Games, examining gender and sport, the inequalities between nations and people and at what the Games offer and how they are changing, in relation to spectacles, spectatorship and culture, including the links between art and sport.
He felt his own sex had been destroyed. From that ... His 1970s films constitute a
sustained meditation on the abuses of power by those in authority. House of ...
films of its type. This Walker trilogy, unsavoury though boundaries and taboos
Author: Sue Harper
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
Category: Performing Arts
This volume draws a map of British film culture in the 1970s and provides a wide-ranging history of the period.
... to demonstrate how Victorian sexual boundaries are grounded in conventional
ethical distinctions mapped through ... vitality such inversion can signify —
precisely through violations of the truth - telling norms associated with either sex .
Author: John Kucich
Publisher: Cornell University Press
Although moral earnestness has long been considered characteristic of the Victorians, Kucich maintains that English fiction in the nineteenth century was as interested in lies as in honesty. In this important book, Kucich explores the fascination with lying in novels by Anthony Trollope, Wilkie Collins, Elizabeth Gaskell, Ellen Wood, Thomas Hardy, and Sarah Grand.
observe, therapists of both genders need to be aware of the effect of their deep-
seated sex-related interaction styles and ... As Blackshaw and Miller note, Boundaries are necessary to prevent exploitation when a power differential is
Author: Frederic G. Reamer
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Category: Social Science
Should a therapist disclose personal information to a client, accept a client's gift, or provide a former client with a job? Is it appropriate to exchange email or text messages with clients or correspond with them on social networking websites? Some acts, such as initiating a sexual relationship with a client, are clearly prohibited, yet what about more subtle interactions, such as hugging or accepting invitations to a social event? Is maintaining a friendship with a former client or client's relative a conflict of interest that ultimately subverts the client-practitioner relationship? Frederic G. Reamer, a certified authority on professional ethics, offers a frank analysis of a range of boundary issues and their complex formulations. He confronts the ethics of intimate and sexual relationships with clients and former clients, the healthy parameters of practitioners' self-disclosure, electronic relationships with clients, the giving and receiving of gifts and favors, the bartering of services, and the unavoidable and unanticipated circumstances of social encounters and geographical proximity. With case studies addressing challenges in the mental health field, school contexts, child welfare, addiction programs, home-healthcare, elder services, and prison, rural, and military settings, Reamer offers effective, practical risk-management models that prevent problems and help balance dual relationships.
Traversing the whole of American history, from liaisons among Indians, Europeans, and Africans to twentieth-century social scientists' fascination with sex between Asian Americans and whits, the essays cover a range of regions, and of ...
Author: Martha Hodes
Publisher: NYU Press
Offers a portrait of the overlapping construction of racial, ethnic, and sexual identities in America Since pre-colonial days, America has been both torn apart and united by love, sex, and marriage across racial boundaries. Whether motivated by violent conquest, economics, lust, or love, such unions have disturbed some of America's most sacred beliefs and prejudices. Sex, Love, Race provides a historical foundation for contemporary discussions of sex across racial lines, which, despite the numbers of interracial marriages and multiracial children, remains a controversial issue today. The first historical anthology to focus solely and widely on the subject, Sex, Love, Race gathers new essays by both younger and well-known scholars which probe why and how the specter of sex across racial boundaries has so threatened Americans of all colors and classes. Traversing the whole of American history, from liaisons among Indians, Europeans, and Africans to twentieth-century social scientists' fascination with sex between "Orientals" and whites, the essays cover a range of regions, races, ethnicities, and sexual orientations. In so doing, Sex, Love, Race sketches a larger portrait of the overlapping construction of racial, ethnic, and sexual identities in America.
It has also been argued that tourism presents an opportunity for people, male and
female, to exploit their marginal status and their economic power to cross the line
between the licit and illicit boundaries between the socially sanctioned and the ...
Author: Michael C. Hall
Category: Social Science
Sex Tourism examines the issues which emerge from sex worker-client interactions and from tourists visiting 'sex destinations'. It is a comprehensive summary of past research by academics and original primary and secondary research by the authors and has examples from Asia, Australasia and the USA. The authors have generated new models to show different dimensions of sex tourism, which normalise at least some components of the sex industry, and represent a new way of looking at sex tourism by challenging the preconceived perceptions that some people have of sex tourism or confirm the impression of others. Sex Tourism looks at issues of importance to those working in tourism, women's studies, gender studies and social change.
... there has been less vitriolic disagreement about sex per se than about which
groups were responsible and at risk for ... I do explore this theory a bit further, and
find that it holds less explanatory power than one rooted in ethnic boundaries.
Author: Evan S. Lieberman
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Category: Political Science
Why have governments responded to the HIV/AIDS pandemic in such different ways? During the past quarter century, international agencies and donors have disseminated vast resources and a set of best practice recommendations to policymakers around the globe. Yet the governments of developing countries in sub-Saharan Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Caribbean continue to implement widely varying policies. Boundaries of Contagion is the first systematic, comparative analysis of the politics of HIV/AIDS. The book explores the political challenges of responding to a stigmatized condition, and identifies ethnic boundaries--the formal and informal institutions that divide societies--as a central influence on politics and policymaking. Evan Lieberman examines the ways in which risk and social competition get mapped onto well-institutionalized patterns of ethnic politics. Where strong ethnic boundaries fragment societies into groups, the politics of AIDS are more likely to involve blame and shame-avoidance tactics against segments of the population. In turn, government leaders of such countries respond far less aggressively to the epidemic. Lieberman's case studies of Brazil, South Africa, and India--three developing countries that face significant AIDS epidemics--are complemented by statistical analyses of the policy responses of Indian states and over seventy developing countries. The studies conclude that varied patterns of ethnic competition shape how governments respond to this devastating problem. The author considers the implications for governments and donors, and the increasing tendency to identify social problems in ethnic terms.
Boundaries. and. Exclusions. My purpose in this book is to explain the joined-
upness of individual experience, and the new forms taken by the collective
landscape. But it is also to analyse which bits of our projects and lifestyles do not
Author: Bill Jordan
Category: Social Science
Intimacy, choice, movement - these are the elements which make up the desirable lifestyle in the mainstream of affluent societies. They also undermine traditional forms of power and control. And they create a web of connections between individuals all over the world, which promises to be more flexible and less restrictive than any which have existed before. Bill Jordan sets out to explain the particular attractions of this vision of freedom, equality and harmony. He traces its appeal to a formula for human institutions which emerged with the birth of the social sciences. Sex, money and political authority glued together these changing accounts of the collective world. We are still seduced by the idea that personal autonomy and the moral sovereignty of individuals can make up a well-functioning social order. But, he argues, our present global institutions shut out the majority of the world's population, who are left to rely on quite different bonds, of blood, soil and faith. This book will be essential reading for students and scholars of sociology and social policy, as well as of the humanities in general. It will also be compelling reading for anyone who is interested in human relationships and modern society.
Author: Ángel Mateos-Aparicio Martin-AlboPublish On: 2014-08-11
Furthermore, either normative or non-normative, as I have argued, these boundaries draw upon the double binary gender/sex and feminine/masculine.
This dynamics points to the articulation of a liberal conception of the individual
through the ...
Author: Ángel Mateos-Aparicio Martin-Albo
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Category: Social Science
Questions of identity and identification are among the most important evolving concerns of contemporary cultural studies. Through processes of personal identification with discursively constructed subject positions, identities emerge across a wide range of cultural practices in the course of social interactions involving the use of language and other semiotic systems manifested in cultural artefacts of various kinds. The present collection includes a selection of papers on the topic of identity and identification in cultural studies today. Incorporating theoretical contributions and practical case studies, this monograph adds to contemporary debates on identity-forging practices from various theoretical positions in different social, historic and national contexts. The chapters of this volume range from overtly theoretical discussions on the construction of identities and subjectivities in post-modernity, to examinations of the crucial role of (print) media in identity-construction and -representation processes in contemporary social formations through an insight into other key issues in cultural studies, such as gender politics and the construction of femininities, the hybridization of identities in the context of postcolonial work, and the interplay between collective identities and discourses on nation.
CHAPTER FOUR BISEXUALITY : COPING WITH SEXUAL BOUNDARIES RUTH
IS TWENTY - SIX , single , and a strong feminist . While she was attending
university on the West Coast , she discovered feminism and almost
simultaneously got ...
Author: Mariana Valverde
Publisher: Canadian Scholars’ Press
Exploding many traditional notions of sexuality, Sex, Power & Pleasure investigates the sexual lives of women today. Mariana Valverde, supportive of the changes wrought by the "sexual revolution," here unravels the stormy debates surrounding it now. She explores the issues of pornography, censorship, eroticism and power. Highlighting both the experiential and the theoretical, Valverde candidly discusses heterosexuality, lesbianism and bisexuality. With wit and insight she evaluates the dramatic changes women are making in their sexual lives and argues that they are not simply victims of society's conditioning. Sex, Power & Pleasure is a controversial and exciting work that adds a new and fascinating dimension to our understanding of women's sexuality.
In a comprehensive examination of rape and its prosecution in British America between 1700 and 1820, Sharon Block exposes the dynamics of sexual power on which colonial and early republican Anglo-American society was based.
Author: Sharon Block
Publisher: UNC Press Books
In a comprehensive examination of rape and its prosecution in British America between 1700 and 1820, Sharon Block exposes the dynamics of sexual power on which colonial and early republican Anglo-American society was based. Block analyzes the legal, social, and cultural implications of more than nine hundred documented incidents of sexual coercion and hundreds more extralegal commentaries found in almanacs, newspapers, broadsides, and other print and manuscript sources. Highlighting the gap between reports of coerced sex and incidents that were publicly classified as rape, Block demonstrates that public definitions of rape were based less on what actually happened than on who was involved. She challenges conventional narratives that claim sexual relations between white women and black men became racially charged only in the late nineteenth century. Her analysis extends racial ties to rape back into the colonial period and beyond the boundaries of the southern slave-labor system. Early Americans' treatment of rape, Block argues, both enacted and helped to sustain the social, racial, gender, and political hierarchies of a New World and a new nation.
In doing so, they inserted themselves as a new element into a social tapestry that
was complex, one in which traditional boundaries between primary wives,
various sorts of secondary wives, and slaves tended to be fluid and ill defined. In
Author: Gwyn Campbell
Publisher: Ohio University Press
Category: Social Science
Sexual exploitation was and is a critical feature of enslavement. Across many different societies, slaves were considered to own neither their bodies nor their children, even if many struggled to resist. At the same time, paradoxes abound: for example, in some societies to bear the children of a master was a potential route to manumission for some women. Sex, Power, and Slavery is the first history of slavery and bondage to take sexuality seriously. Twenty-six authors from diverse scholarly backgrounds look at the vexed, traumatic intersections of the histories of slavery and of sexuality. They argue that such intersections mattered profoundly and, indeed, that slavery cannot be understood without adequate attention to sexuality. Sex, Power, and Slavery brings into conversation historians of the slave trade, art historians, and scholars of childhood and contemporary sex trafficking. The book merges work on the Atlantic world and the Indian Ocean world and enables rich comparisons and parallels between these diverse areas. Contributors: David Brion Davis, Martin Klein, Richard Hellie, Abdul Sheriff, Griet Vankeerberghen, E. Ann McDougall, Matthew S. Hopper, Marie Rodet, George La Rue, Ulrike Schmieder, Tara Iniss, Mariana Candido, James Francis Warren, Johanna Ransmeier, Roseline Uyanga with Marie-Luise Ermisch, Francesca Ann Louise Mitchell, Shigeru Sato, Gabeba Baderoon, Charmaine Nelson, Ana Lucia Araujo, Brian Lewis, Ronaldo Vainfas, Salah Trabelsi, Joost Coté, Sandra Evers, and Subho Basu
It is doubtful that the state of the boundary will prove to be a simple mediator of
sexual responsiveness in any total sense, ... by the sex partner, degree of
emphasis on the penetrating aspects of intercourse, and the manner in which power is ...
Author: S. Fisher
Publisher: Psychology Press
First published in 1986. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
In our tradition this alleged lack of control is not simply a benign pollution , it is
unreasonably feared as possessing not only the power to undermine the boundaries organizing society , but the structures of " pure ” reason itself . 137 In
such a ...
Author: Sheldon Dick
Publisher: Psychology Press
Race/Sex is the first forum for combined discussion of racial theory and gender theory. In sixteen articles, avant-garde scholars of African American philosophy and liberatory criticism explore and explode the categories of race, sex and gender into new trajectories that include sexuality, black masculinity and mixed-race identity.
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