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  • Book

    Richardson, D. and Robertson, V.

    Introducing Gender and Women's Studies

    2015 - Palgrave Macmillan - London, UK

    In-text: (Richardson and Robertson, 2015)

    Your Bibliography: Richardson, D. and Robertson, V. (2015). Introducing Gender and Women's Studies. London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

  • Journal

    Springer, K. W., Mager Stellman, J. and Jordan-Young, R. M.

    Beyond a catalogue of differences: A theoretical frame and good practice guidelines for researching sex/gender in human health

    2012 - Social Science & Medicine

    In-text: (Springer, Mager Stellman and Jordan-Young, 2012)

    Your Bibliography: Springer, K., Mager Stellman, J. and Jordan-Young, R. (2012). Beyond a catalogue of differences: A theoretical frame and good practice guidelines for researching sex/gender in human health. Social Science & Medicine, 74(11), pp.1817-1824.

  • Journal

    Farrell, S. A. and Kessler, S. J.

    Lessons from the Intersexed

    1999 - Contemporary Sociology

    In-text: (Farrell and Kessler, 1999)

    Your Bibliography: Farrell, S. and Kessler, S. (1999). Lessons from the Intersexed. Contemporary Sociology, 28(6), p.679.

  • Journal

    Fausto‐Sterling, A.

    The Bare Bones of Sex: Part 1—Sex and Gender

    2005 - Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society

    In-text: (Fausto‐Sterling, 2005)

    Your Bibliography: Fausto‐Sterling, A. (2005). The Bare Bones of Sex: Part 1—Sex and Gender. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 30(2), pp.1491-1527.

  • Journal

    Hester, D.

    Intersexes and the end of gender: Corporeal ethics and postgender bodies

    2004 - Journal of Gender Studies

    In-text: (Hester, 2004)

    Your Bibliography: Hester, D. (2004). Intersexes and the end of gender: Corporeal ethics and postgender bodies. Journal of Gender Studies, 13(3), pp.215-225.

  • Journal

    Hunter, S. C., Riggs, D. W. and Augoustinos, M.

    Hegemonic masculinity versus a caring masculinity: Implications for understanding primary caregiving fathers

    2017 - Social and Personality Psychology Compass

    In-text: (Hunter, Riggs and Augoustinos, 2017)

    Your Bibliography: Hunter, S., Riggs, D. and Augoustinos, M. (2017). Hegemonic masculinity versus a caring masculinity: Implications for understanding primary caregiving fathers. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 11(3), p.e12307.

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