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" At minimum, all social construction approaches adopt the view that physically identical sexual acts may have varying social significance and subjective meaning depending on how they are defined and understood in different cultures and historical periods.... "
Modern Babylon?: Prostituting Children in Thailand - Page 18
by Heather Montgomery - 2001 - 192 pages
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Constructing Masculinity

Maurice Berger, Brian Wallis, Simon Watson, Carrie Mae Weems - Art - 1995 - 342 pages
...meaning, depending on how they are defined and understood in different cultures and histoncal periods. Because a sexual act does not carry with it a universal...from the observer's time and place at great peril. Cultures provide widely different categories, schema, and labels for framing sexual and affective experiences....
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Social Perspectives in Lesbian and Gay Studies: A Reader

Peter M. Nardi, Beth E. Schneider - Social Science - 1998 - 625 pages
...meaning depending on how they are defined and understood in different cultures and historical periods. Because a sexual act does not carry with it a universal...that the relationship between sexual acts and sexual identities is not a fixed one, and it is projected from the observer's time and place to others at...
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Embodying the Social: Constructions of Difference

Esther Saraga - Social Science - 1998 - 215 pages
...meaning, it follows that the relationship between sexual acts and sexual identities is not a fixed one, and it is projected from the observer's time and place at great peril. Cultures provide widely different categories, schemata, and labels for framing sexual and affective...
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Culture, Society and Sexuality: A Reader

Richard Guy Parker, Peter Aggleton - Social Science - 1999 - 483 pages
...meaning depending on how they are defined and understood in different cultures and historical periods. Because a sexual act does not carry with it a universal...from the observer's time and place at great peril. Cultures provide widely different categories, schema, and labels for framing sexual and affective experiences....
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Sexuality, Gender and Rights: Exploring Theory and Practice in South and ...

Geetanjali Misra, Radhika Chandiramani - History - 2005 - 313 pages
...meaning depending on how they are defined and understood in different cultures and historical periods. Because a sexual act does not carry with it a universal...is projected from the observer's time and place.... Cultures provide widely different categories, schema, and labels for framing sexual experiences. These...
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