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Sexuality, Equality and Diversity

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From individual experiences of prejudice to international political debate around equal rights, social attitudes towards sexuality and transgender equalities are evolving. This timely text traces shifts at personal, national...

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From individual experiences of prejudice to international political debate around equal rights, social attitudes towards sexuality and transgender equalities are evolving. This timely text traces shifts at personal, national and international levels to fully assess the landscape of policy and theory today. Bringing together critical perspectives and original research, Sexuality, Equality and Diversity clearly outlines contested terms and key debates in the field. It explains how equality policy is developed and put into practice, examining what has been achieved by legislation so far and highlighting the challenges to overcome. Exploring the multiple identities and different agendas of variousLGBT communities, this thought-provoking book draws on a range of rich examples to shed new light on sexual citizenship today.This is an invaluable guide through the complex terrain of equality and diversity, and is invaluable reading for students of sociology, social policy, gender studies and politics.

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Addresses highly topical discussions around equality and diversity
Timely and innovative exploration of recent social and legislative changes in the field
Uses a wide range of original empirical material from UK, Europe, US and South Africa

Introduction
Equality and Diversity
Intersectionality
Sexuality and Citizenship
Democracy
Organizational Change
Resisting Change
Patterns of Resistance
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Equalities in Northern Ireland
Conclusion.

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DIANE RICHARDSON is Professor of Sociology at Newcastle University, UK. She is internationally known for her work on sexuality and gender. Her books include Contesting Recognition, Intersections between Feminist and Queer Theory and Introducing Gender and Women's Studies.
 
SURYA MONRO is Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Research and the  Social Sciences, University of Huddersfield, UK. She is the author of Gender Politics: Citizenship, Activism and Sexual Diversity.

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DIANE RICHARDSON is Professor of Sociology at Newcastle University, UK. She is internationally known for her work on sexuality and gender. Her books include Contesting Recognition, Intersections between Feminist and Queer Theory and Introducing Gender and Women's Studies.
 
SURYA MONRO is Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Research and the  Social Sciences, University of Huddersfield, UK. She is the author of Gender Politics: Citizenship, Activism and Sexual Diversity.

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