Flirtation: Deconstructed

  title={Flirtation: Deconstructed},
  author={Alexander V. Kozin},
  journal={Sexuality \& Culture},
  • A. Kozin
  • Published 2016
  • Psychology
  • Sexuality & Culture
In this article, I explore the sexual basis of flirting. The investigation is conducted in the deconstructive register. For my initial description of flirting, I rely on a sample from popular psychology which tends to approach flirtation as the art of erotic seduction predicated on sexuality. With this definition, I proceed to the analysis set as a dialectic of critique and argument, with the subsequent redefinition of the phenomenon. My main methodology is deconstruction carried out in the… 

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