Language and Sexuality

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Index
adolescents, 69–72
African-American Vernacular English, 98
agency, 35, 37
AIDS, see HIV
Allison, Anne, 63
Anderson, Benedict, 25, 135
Antioch College, 36–8
Atkins, Bowman, 57
Austin, J. L., 126, 129–30
Barrett, Rusty, xiii, 98, 102, 143, 146
Barthes, Roland, 108
Beauvoir, Simone de, 2
Berlant, Lauren, 115, 148
Billig, Michael, 118, 125, 140, 147, 150
bisexuality, xiii, 157n3
Bornstein, Kate, 51, 52, 124
Broomfield, Nick, 145
Browning, Barbara, 91
Bucholtz, Mary, xii, 138
Bunch, Charlotte, 45, 49
Burgess, E. W., 79
Butler, Judith
and queer theory, 55, 125, 149
on gender, 124, 129–31
on identity, 98–9, 101, 104, 137
on psychoanalysis, 111, 118, 139
Butters, Ronald, 26
Califia, Pat, 32
Cameron, Deborah, 36, 57, 65, 93, 122
camp, 99–101, 102–3
Campbell-Kibler, Kathryn, 136, 148
Capps, Lisa, 107, 120
celibacy, 157n3
Channell, Joanna, 115
Chauncey, George, 81
Chesebro, James, 87
children
sexuality of, 108, 110
socialization of, 113, 119–21
Clancy, Patricia, 119
class, 47, 83, 144
Clinton, Bill, ix, 3
Coates, Jennifer, 67, 97
code-switching, 138
coming out, 12
communities, imagined, 25, 135
Conrad, James, 84, 92
consent, 34, 35–7, 155, see also sex, refusals of
conversation analysis, 41, 115, 119, 152
Cory, Donald, 82–3, 92, 160n4
Coupland, Justine, 114
Cox, Leslie, 91
critical discourse analysis, 34
Daly, Mary, 158n8
Darsey, James, 87, 88
Davis, Madeline, 81
Deleuze, Gilles, 110–11, 113
Derrida, Jacques, 126, 128–30
desire, xi, xii, 4, 8, 78, 106, 140–2, 151
forgery of, 128–30
social semiotic of, 114, 125, 127–8, 129–31, 140–1, 149
theories of, 108–11
transitivity of, 107, 113
disavowal, 117, 119, 122, 123, 139
discourse, 16, 29, 30
discursive psychology, 113, 118–19, 121
diva, see opera divas
drag queens, xiii, 77, 98–9, 124
Duberman, Martin, 79
Easton, Dossie, 41
Eckert, Penelope, 69, 130–1, 140, 141, 143, 144, 151
Ehrlich, Susan, 34, 39, 42
Epstein, Debbie, 33
Fanon, Frantz, 147
fantasy, 40, 78, 106

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Table of contents

  • Language and Sexuality iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Chapter 1: Making Connections 1
  • Chapter 2: Talking Sex and Thinking Sex 15
  • Chapter 3: What Has Gender Got to Do with Sex? Language, Heterosexuality and Heteronormativity 44
  • Chapter 4: Sexuality as Identity 74
  • Chapter 5: Looking beyond Identity 106
  • Chapter 6: Language and Sexuality 133
  • Notes 156
  • Bibliography 163
  • Index 173
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