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Victorian Sexual Dissidence - 5 ページ
編集 - 1999 - 329 ページ
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No Man's Land: The Place of the Woman Writer in the Twentieth Century, 第 2 巻

Sandra M. Gilbert, Susan Gubar - 1991 - 483 ページ
...the appearance of late nineteenth-century psychiatry and jurisprudence, discourse on homosexuality "made possible a strong advance of social controls into this area of 'perversity,' " but it also enabled "homosexuality ... to speak on its own behalf, to demand that its legitimacy or 'naturality'...

History of Homosexuality in Europe and America

Wayne R. Dynes, Stephen Donaldson - 1992 - 420 ページ
...(New York: AS Barnes Se Co., IWiU). p. 92. S'J. The sexologists' discourse, itself lumile to women, "also made possible the formation of a 'reverse* discourse:...homosexuality began to speak in its own behalf, to demand thai in legitimacy or 'naturality* be acknowledged, often in the same vocabulary, using the same categories...

Perversions: Deviant Readings

Mandy Merck - 1993 - 301 ページ
...of the importance of naming.8 The paradox that this very naming, this speaking of sex, historically made 'possible a strong advance of social controls into this area of "perversity"'. to cite Foucault,9 remains an important problem for gay politics. My own point is merely that both...

Saint Foucault: Towards a Gay Hagiography

David M. Halperin - 1997 - 256 ページ
...of his discussion of "the tactical polyvalence of discourses" in The History of Sexuality, Volume I. There is no question that the appearance in nineteenthcentury...made possible the formation of a "reverse" discourse: homosexThe Queer Politics of Michel Foucault uality began to speak in its own behalf, to demand that...

Hard to Imagine: Gay Male Eroticism in Photography and Film from Their ...

Thomas Waugh - 1996 - 470 ページ
...as a "spiral of power and pleasure" iHistory of Sexuality 1:45). He sums up the process in this way: There is no question that the appearance in nineteenth-century...homosexuality, inversion, pederasty, and "psychic hcrmaphrodism" made possible a strong advance of social controls into this area of "perversity": but...

Sex Scandal: The Private Parts of Victorian Fiction

William A. Cohen - 1996 - 256 ページ
...loosen its holds and provide for relatively obscure areas of tolerance. . . . [Regulatory discourse] also made possible the formation of a 'reverse' discourse: homosexuality began to speak in its own behalf . . . often in the same vocabulary, using the same categories by which it was medically disqualified"...

Becoming Divine: Towards a Feminist Philosophy of Religion

Grace Jantzen, Grace M. Jantzen - 1998 - 296 ページ
...century developed a whole discourse of normat56 ive and 'perverse' sexuality, it also, ironically, 'made possible the formation of a "reverse" discourse: homosexuality began to speak in its own behalf . . . using the same categories by which it was medically disqualified' ([1976] 1978: 101). Although...

Culture, Society and Sexuality: A Reader

Richard Guy Parker, Peter Aggleton - 1999 - 483 ページ
...subtle forms of control of homosexuality. There is no question that the appearance in nineteenth century psychiatry, jurisprudence, and literature of a whole...'reverse' discourse: homosexuality began to speak on its own behalf, to demand that its legitimacy or 'naturality' be acknowledged, often in the same...

Privacy and the Constitution

Madeleine Mercedes Plasencia - 1999 - 1125 ページ
...unenforced, but sodomy was socially accepted. A similar pattern arose in the nineteenth century in which "psychiatry, jurisprudence, and literature of a whole...inversion, pederasty, and 'psychic hermaphrodism'" made social controls possible, but which also gave rise to a "'reverse' discourse" in which "homosexuality...

The Seventies Now: Culture as Surveillance

Stephen Paul Miller - 1999 - 413 ページ
...sexuality. It was everywhere present in him."85 Foucault calls our attention to "the appearance in the nineteenth-century psychiatry, jurisprudence, and...series of discourses on the species and subspecies of homosexuality."86 After the temporal reference of the poem's first sentence, "The Chateau Hardware"...




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