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Managing Sex in the U.S. Military

Gender, Identity, and Behavior

Gebonden Engels 2022 9781496219022
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Samenvatting

The U.S. military is a massive institution, and its policies on sex, gender, and sexuality have shaped the experiences of tens of millions of Americans, sometimes in life-altering fashion. The essays in Managing Sex in the U.S.

Military examine historical and contemporary military policies and offer different perspectives on the broad question: "How does the U.S. military attempt to manage sex?" This collection focuses on the U.S. military's historical and contemporary attempts to manage sex-a term that is, in practice, slippery and indefinite, encompassing gender and gender identity, sexuality and sexual orientation, and sexual behaviors and practices, along with their outcomes.

In each chapter, the authors analyze the military's evolving definitions of sex, sexuality, and gender, and the significance of those definitions to both the military and American society.

Specificaties

ISBN13:9781496219022
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:gebonden
Aantal pagina's:378
Druk:1
Verschijningsdatum:1-5-2022
Hoofdrubriek:Psychologie

Inhoudsopgave

Acknowledgments
List of Abbreviations
Introduction
Beth Bailey, Alesha E. Doan, Shannon Portillo, and Kara Dixon Vuic

Part 1. Behavior
1. The U.S. Army’s Management of Sexuality at Home and Abroad, 1898–1940
Andrew Byers
2. Compensation, Commerce, and Conjugality: Managing Male Heterosexuality in the U.S. Military from World War II to the War on Terror
Susan L. Carruthers
3. “A Higher Moral Character”: Respectability and the Women’s Army Corps
Beth Bailey

Part 2. Family and Reproduction
4. “We Recruit Individuals but Retain Families”: Managing Marriage and Family in the All-Volunteer Force, 1973–2001
John Worsencroft
5. Reproduction in Combat Boots
Kara Dixon Vuic

Part 3. Orientation and Identity
6. A Comparative Analysis of the Military Bans on Openly Serving Gays, Lesbians, and Transgender Personnel
Agnes Gereben Schaefer
7. Formal Regulation, Cultural Enforcement: Managing Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity and Expression in the U.S. Military
Jacqueline E. Whitt

Part 4. Sexual Assault and Prevention
8. Problematic Policies and Far-Reaching Consequences: Historicizing Sexual Violence in the U.S. Military
Kellie Wilson-Buford
9. Managing Harassment and Assault in the Contemporary U.S. Military
Amanda Boczar

Part 5. Gender, Sexuality, and Combat
10. Combat Exclusion Policies and the Management of Gender Difference in the U.S. Military
Elizabeth Mesok
11. Brothers in Arms? Combat, Masculinity, and Change in the Twenty-First-Century American Military
Christopher Hamner
12. “The Juice Ain’t Worth the Squeeze”: Resisting Gender Integration in Special Forces
Alesha E. Doan and Shannon Portillo

Afterword
Beth Bailey, Alesha E. Doan, Shannon Portillo, and Kara Dixon Vuic

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