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Kimmel, Michael S. 2010. “SEX AND SOCIETY”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


"What’s a topic like sex doing in a sociology course?" you might be asking yourself at this moment. Isn’t sex something to be kept private—certainly not something to talk about in school! Won’t studying sex demystify it? And if we do study sexuality, shouldn’t we do so in the natural science, since sex is a matter of biology? Or, at least it should be in...

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