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Queer Theory and Social Change
Introduction Part I: Positioning Queer Theory Chapter One: Crossroads Chapter Two: Making Queer Theory Part II: Evaluating Practice Chapter Three: Considering Sex, Gender and Difference Chapter Four:Expand
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Queer Theory, Late Capitalism, and Internalized Homophobia
  • M. Kirsch
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • Journal of homosexuality
  • 1 December 2006
SUMMARY The emergence of queer theory represents a transformation in the approach to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered peoples. It has claimed new ground for treating sexuality and gender asExpand
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The Discourse of Medical Science in the Construction of Consensus Between Corporation and Community
Concern surfaced in the late seventies about the effects of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) on the health of employees and residents in the area of the General Electric plant in Pittsfield,Expand
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Polychlorinated biphenyls in the electrical machinery industry: an ethnological study of community action and corporate responsibility.
Environmental and occupational health problems cannot be understood through purely medical and epidemiological analyses, the social forces affecting biologically adaptive behavior must also beExpand
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Rethinking Disney: Private Control, Public Dimensions
In recent years, the Walt Disney Company has grown far beyond its beginnings in animated films and theme parks to become a major multinational corporation with global reach. As the company'sExpand
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An innovative, rational approach to rural health care.
  • M. Kirsch
  • Medicine
  • Medical hypotheses
  • 1 July 1978
Parts of rural, southern Illinois, like many rural areas throughout the world, are medically underserved. An innovative, rational solution to the physician shortage in those parts of rural, southernExpand
The Politics Of Exclusion: Place And The Legislation Of The Environment In The Florida Everglades
Despite the longstanding recognition of the impor- tance of the Everglades in the nation's ecosystem, and the poten- tial impact of the Everglades Restoration Project, few social scien- tists haveExpand
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