'Sexual rights' and 'sexual responsibilities' within consensual 'S/M' practice

Beckmann, Andrea (2004) 'Sexual rights' and 'sexual responsibilities' within consensual 'S/M' practice. In: Making sense of sexual consent. Ashgate Publishing Limited, Aldershot, UK, pp. 195-208. ISBN 0754636879

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Abstract

Like many postmodern texts, this chapter should be understood as a tentative attempt to tackle a very complex subject-area, which seeks to open up a dialogue and does not aim to provide yet another meta-narrative. The content of this chapter is derived both from a critical theoretical exploration of the notion of 'rights' and 'responsibilities', and on data collected during a criminological, methodologically mainly qualitative, social research project carried out in London's consensual 'S/M Scene'

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Additional Information:Like many postmodern texts, this chapter should be understood as a tentative attempt to tackle a very complex subject-area, which seeks to open up a dialogue and does not aim to provide yet another meta-narrative. The content of this chapter is derived both from a critical theoretical exploration of the notion of 'rights' and 'responsibilities', and on data collected during a criminological, methodologically mainly qualitative, social research project carried out in London's consensual 'S/M Scene'
Keywords:Consensual sadomasochism, Sexual behaviour, Sexual rights, Sexual responsibilities, Bodily practices, Foucault
Subjects:L Social studies > L900 Others in Social studies
Divisions:College of Social Science > School of Social & Political Sciences
ID Code:976
Deposited By: Jill Partridge
Deposited On:16 Jul 2007
Last Modified:11 Aug 2014 17:13

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