Queer Community

Identities, Intimacies, and Ideology
 
 
Routledge (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 13. Februar 2019
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  • 168 Seiten
 
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978-0-429-63931-9 (ISBN)
 

The context for this work is defined by a second wave of social and political activity contextualized by queer. For example, three, self-identified black, queer women started the Black Lives Matter movement. For a new generation, the first-wave reclamation of queer speaks to their position in a world that continues to marginalize and oppress, particularly sexually and gender fluid and non-normative people.

Using empirical work carried out by the author, Queer Community describes queer-identified people, their intimate relationships, and how they are evolving as a unique community along politically-charged, ideological lines. Following an exploration of the history and context of 'queer' - including activism and the evolution of queer theory - this book examines how queer-identified people define the identity, with reference to 'queer' as a sexual moniker, gender moniker, and political ideology.

Queer Community will appeal to scholars and students interested in sociology, queer theory, sexuality studies, gender studies, cultural studies, and contemporary social movements.

  • Englisch
  • London
  • |
  • Großbritannien
Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • Für höhere Schule und Studium
978-0-429-63931-9 (9780429639319)

Neal Carnes works for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as a Behavioral Scientist in the Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention.

Acknowledgments or credits list

Preface: A 'first-waver's' lens in a 'second-wave' world

Introduction

1 Queer in practice and in theory

A brief her/istory of "queer"

The evolution of the queer moniker

The first wave's reclamation of queer

Queer theory

Queer: people, relationships, and communities

Theoretical approach: Queer theory and grounded theory

2 Profiles of participanting queers

Participant profiles and queer awakenings

3 Is there queer community?

"I am queer": a shared identity

Queer as an identity

" Don't yuck my yum": Policing queer

Queer aesthetics and body image

The personal is political and the political is personal

Code for conduct

Performing queer

Fighting the good queer fight

"Southern Fried, Queer Pride": queer in Atlanta

4 "We're here, we're queer, and we ain't going nowhere": The evolution of queer community

Implications for queer theory and theoreticians

Conclusion

References

Glossary

Appendix: Methods

Index

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