4 edition of Bodies and Biases found in the catalog.
Bodies and Biases
May 1996 by Univ of Minnesota Pr .
Written in English
|Contributions||David William Foster (Editor), Roberto Reis (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||440|
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Looking at a wide range of cultural practices and artifacts, including television, popular music, and pornography, Bodies and Biases addresses representations of sexual behavior and collective identity, homosexuality, and ideologies of gender in historical and contemporary Hispanic culture.
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Looking at a wide range of cultural practices and artifacts, including television, popular music, Bodies and Biases book pornography, Bodies and Biases addresses representations of sexual behavior and collective identity, homosexuality, and ideologies of gender in historical and contemporary Hispanic culture.
Topics include cross-dressing on the seventeenth-century Spanish stage, gay life in Cuba and Mexico, a. Book Description: Looking at a wide range of cultural practices and artifacts, including television, popular music, and pornography, Bodies and Biases addresses representations of sexual behavior and collective identity, homosexuality, and ideologies of gender in historical and contemporary Hispanic culture.
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