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Re-Configuring Agnes : The Telling of a Transsexual ' s Story

@inproceedings{C2013ReConfiguringA,
  title={Re-Configuring Agnes : The Telling of a Transsexual ' s Story},
  author={C.},
  year={2013}
}
  • C.
  • Published 2013
I n the social sciences, researchers, interviewers, and narrators of peoples' experiences present selective recordings of subjects' voices. This paper concentrates on the portrayal of transsexual narrativeswith a particular focus on representations of one subject, Agnesas they have been selectively constituted by social scientists. Agnes, a transsexual, participated in Harold Garfinkel's research in the late 1960s, making her the first subject of an in-depth discussion of transsexuality in… Expand

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