Category Violence

Lawrence, T. 2016. “Life and Death on the Pulse Dance Floor: Transglocal Politics and the Erasure of Latinx in the in the History of Queer Dance.”

Lawrence, Tim. 2016. “Life and Death on the Pulse Dance Floor: Transglocal Politics and the Erasure of the Latinx in the History of Queer Dance”. DanceCult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture 8(1): 1-25. “although distinctive, the discursive erasure of the specifically queer Latinx finds a partial echo in the way that Latin culture has […]

Green, G., R. Barbour, M. Banard, and J. Kitzinger. 1993. — Sexual Harassment in Research Settings.

Green, Gill, Rosaline S. Barbour, Marina Banard, and Jenny Kitzinger. 1993. “’Who Wears the Trousers?’ Sexual Harassment in Research Settings.” Women’s Studies International Forum 16(6): 627-637.   Especially in field research regarding sexuality or sexual behavior (here, HIV-related risk behaviors), respondents may view such inquiry as “provocative” or “inviting,” leading to overt and covert sexual […]

Nelson, I.L. 2013. The Allure of Privileging Danger over Everyday Practice in Field Research.

Nelson, Ingrid L. 2013. “The Allure and Privileging of Danger over Everyday Practice in Field Research.” Area 45(4): 419-425. By privileging “danger” or sensationalized phenomena in our research, we encounter the possibility of missing out on other underpinning phenomena/relationships/dynamics that may be critical to understanding an issue as a whole.   “focusing on dangerous issues […]

Wesely, J.K. 2002. “Growing Up Sexualized: Issues of Power and Violence in the Lives of Female Exotic Dancers.”

Wesely, Jennifer K. 2002. “Growing Up Sexualized: Issues of Power and Violence in the Lives of Female Exotic Dancers.” Violence against Women 8(10): 1182-1207. Female body constructed as “an object of (hetero)sexual desire in a patriarchal culture” (1182) – sexual objectification as major component/characteristic of female identity, serves as a tool of oppression (Bartky 1990; […]

Spring, K.M. “The Regularization of Risk in Music Scenes.”

Spring, Kenneth Michael. “The Regularization of Risk in Music Scenes.” 2006. Dissertation, Vanderbilt University. Nashville, TN. Chapter 1 RQ’s : ( 1) Why do people seek out risk ? How and why do people modify conditions of risky activities?  How do people become socialized into understanding the norms of risk seeking and risky environments?, case studies in Bonnaroo […]

DeKeseredy, W.S. and M.D. Schwartz. 2013. Male Peer Support and Violence against Women.

DeKeseredy, Walter S. and Martin D. Schwartz. 2013. Male Peer Support and Violence against Women: The History and Verification of a Theory. Boston: Northeastern University Press. Introduction Term of “male peer support” developed by Dekeseredy (1988a) to describe “the attachments to male peers and the resources that these men provide that encourage and legitimate woman […]

Grazian, D. 2007. “The Girl Hunt: Urban Nightlife and the Performance of Masculinity as Collective Activity.”

Grazian, David. 2007. “The Girl Hunt: Urban Nightlife and the Performance of Masculinity as Collective Activity.” Symbolic Interaction 30(2): 221-243. Historically, sexualized environments have been markers of downtown zones’ nightlife (see also Bernstein 2001; Chatterton and Hollands 2003; Chauncey 1994; Kenney 1993; Owen 2003) – where popular venues enforce sexualized dress norms, also encouraging flirtation/physical […]