Amanda Lock Swarr

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Adolescents in fifth through eighth grade (N = 218) carried electronic pagers for 1 week and completed self-report forms in response to signals received at random times. Four years later, the sample underwent the same procedure. Results indicate that thinking about the opposite sex occurs at an earlier age than spending time with the opposite sex alone and(More)
This article draws on seventeen months of ethnographic fieldwork in South Africa to explore the experiences of urban and township drag performers. I show that two distinct sex-gender-sexuality systems have emerged based in the sociopolitical history of South Africa, and I argue that urban drag produces race oppositionally and examine how township femininity(More)
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