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Book review : Diane Richardson, Sexuality and Citizenship

(2019) SOCIOLOGY. 53(3). p.610-612
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The book is a culmination of Diane Richardson’s numerous examinations over the years on sexuality and citizenship and it offers a critical analysis of the concept of ‘sexual citizenship’ (p. 2). In seven chapters divided into two key sections, the book provides a persuasive and easy to read analysis on the sexual citizenship literature and how it has evolved over time, but also the limitations of sexual citizenship within the Euro-North American historical configuration (p. 49). The conceptual analysis offers a social, cultural, economic and political exposition on the concept of sexual citizenship and brings forward the complex linkages of undeviating issues relating to sexuality, gender and citizenship.
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Sexuality, LGBT, Sexual Citizenship, Diane Richardson

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Mthombeni, Patrick. “Book Review : Diane Richardson, Sexuality and Citizenship.” SOCIOLOGY, vol. 53, no. 3, 2019, pp. 610–12.
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Mthombeni, P. (2019). Book review : Diane Richardson, Sexuality and Citizenship. SOCIOLOGY.
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Mthombeni, Patrick. 2019. “Book Review : Diane Richardson, Sexuality and Citizenship.” SOCIOLOGY.
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Mthombeni, Patrick. 2019. “Book Review : Diane Richardson, Sexuality and Citizenship.” SOCIOLOGY.
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Mthombeni P. Book review : Diane Richardson, Sexuality and Citizenship. Vol. 53, SOCIOLOGY. 2019. p. 610–2.
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P. Mthombeni, “Book review : Diane Richardson, Sexuality and Citizenship,” SOCIOLOGY, vol. 53, no. 3. pp. 610–612, 2019.
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  abstract     = {The book is a culmination of Diane Richardson’s numerous examinations over the years on sexuality and citizenship and it offers a critical analysis of the concept of ‘sexual citizenship’ (p. 2). In seven chapters divided into two key sections, the book provides a persuasive and easy to read analysis on the sexual citizenship literature and how it has evolved over time, but also the limitations of sexual citizenship within the Euro-North American historical configuration (p. 49). The conceptual analysis offers a social, cultural, economic and political exposition on the concept of sexual citizenship and brings forward the complex linkages of undeviating issues relating to sexuality, gender and citizenship.},
  author       = {Mthombeni, Patrick},
  issn         = {0038-0385},
  keywords     = {Sexuality,LGBT,Sexual Citizenship,Diane Richardson},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {610--612},
  series       = {SOCIOLOGY},
  title        = {Book review : Diane Richardson, Sexuality and Citizenship},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0038038518796464},
  volume       = {53},
  year         = {2019},
}

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