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Television and Sexuality explores a range of approaches to the analysis of television as an institutionalized cultural form that shapes the discursive construction of sex and gender. It locates competing discourses about sex and gender in relation to developments in academic theory and transformations in the social, political, economic, and cultural contexts. The book also examines the politics of representation in relation to sex and gender.
|2||Sexual citizenship in the digital age||20|
|3||Pornography and the regulation of taste||38|
|5||The science of sex||74|
|6||Documenting the sex industry||93|
|7||Gay, lesbian and queer sexualities in UK drama||111|
|8||Postfeminist drama in the USA||128|