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Peter Aggleton is Professor of Education and Health and holds a UNSW Strategic Chair at the National Centre in HIV Social Research, University of New South Wales, Australia. He is well known internationally for his analytic work on the social aspects of HIV, sexuality and sexual and reproductive health. He is the editor of the international peer reviewed journals: Culture, Health and Sexuality and Sex Education, and is Associate Editor of the journals AIDS Education and Prevention, Global Public Health and Health Education Research. He has global experience researching the social aspects of HIV-related prevention, treatment and care and has worked closely with a range of bilateral and UN system agencies to strengthen the international response to HIV. Richard Parker is Professor of Sociomedical Sciences at Columbia University, USA. The editor of the journal Global Public Health, and the co-convenor of Sexuality Policy Watch (SPW) (www.sxpolitics.org), he has worked extensively on issues of sexuality, health and rights for many years.
1. Introduction / Peter Aggleton and Richard Parker Section I: Pioneering Beginnings 2. Margaret Sanger: her legacy reconsidered / Ellen Chesler 3. Anthropological foundations of sexuality, health and rights / Gilbert Herdt 4. The importance of being historical: understanding the making of sexualities / Jeffrey Weeks 5. Research innovation: Alfred C. Kinsey's legacy, and the Kinsey Institute for research in sex, gender and reproduction / Julia R. Heiman 6. The social reality of sexual rights / Ken Plummer 7. Recent developments in US sexuality research / Diane di Mauro Section II: Language, Discourse and Sexual Categories 8. `Lesbians', modernity and global translation: female sexualities in Indonesia / Evelyn Blackwood 9. Hidden Love: sexual ideologies and relationship ideals in rural South Africa / Abigail Harrison 10. Thai (trans)genders and (homo)sexualities in a global context / Peter A. Jackson 11. Hijras, `AIDS cosmopolitanism' and questions of izzat in Hyderabad / Gayatri Reddy 12. Intersexuality, bio-medical regulation and sexual rights in Brazil / Paula Machado 13. Understanding sex between men in Senegal: beyond current linguistic and discursive categories / Cheikh Ibrahima Niang Section III: Reproductive and Sexual Health 14. Why a history of childhood sexuality? / Gail L. Hawkes and R. Danielle Egan 15. From sexology to sexual health / Eli Coleman 16. Sexual and reproductive: connections and disconnections in public health / Jane Cottingham 17. Sex as `risk of conception'? Sexual frames within the family planning field / Jenny Higgins 18. Teenage pregnancy: from sex to social pathology / Maria Luiza Heilborn and Cristiane S. Cabral Section IV: How to have sex in an epidemic 19. Knowledge, power and HIV/AIDS: research and the global response / Carlos F. Caceres and Kane Race 20. Safe sex: it's not as simple as ABC / Susan Kippax 21. Exploring moralities / Dennis Altman 22. Is `bareback' a useful construct in primary HIV-prevention? Definitions, identity and research / Alex Carballo-Dieguez, Ana Ventuneac, Jose Bauermeister, Gary W. Dowsett, Curtis Dolezal, Robert H. Remien, Ivan Balan and Matthew S. Rowe 23. Sex under the influence of crystal meth; the experience of latino gay men in San Francisco / Rafael M. Diaz Section V: The Choreography of Sex 24. Stripping: the embodiment and creation of sexualised fantasy / Katherine Frank 25. Flirting, erotic interactions and sexual choreography among urban youth: hip-hop in New York City / Miguel Munoz-Laboy and Richard Parker 26. Passionate uprisings: young people, sexuality and politics in post-revolutionary Iran / Pardis Mahdavi 27. Tourism and the body: embodiment and sexual performance among Dominican male sex workers / Mark B. Padilla 28. Dancing with daemons: desire and the improvisation of pleasure / Gary W. Dowsett 29. Sex in motion: notes on urban Brazilian sexual scenes / Veriano Terto Junior and Fernando Seffner Section VI: The Darker Side of Sex 30. Sexual and intimate partner violence: the global picture / Claudia Garcia Moreno 31. The social production of men's extramarital sexual practices / Jennifer S. Hirsch 32. Innocence and scandal: sexuality and the mass media / Lenore Manderson 33.Engaged research on incest in Mexico / Gloria Gonzalez-Lopez 34. Brutal logic: violence, sexuality and macho myth in South African men's prisons and beyond / Sasha Gear 35. Beyond pseudo-homosexuality: corrective rape, transactional sex and the undoing of lesbian identities in Namibia / Rob Lorway Section VII: From sexual health to sexual rights 36. Sexual education, US Federal Abstinence Policies, and young people's right to health promotion / John S. Santelli, Rebecca Schleifer and Andrea J. Melnikas 37. Bodies and beyond: where sexual health meets sexual rights / Radhika Chandiramani 38. Political agents or vulnerable victims? Framing sexual rights as sexual health in Argentina / Mario Pecheny 39. Sexuality, Identity and citizenship in contemporary Mexico / Ana Amuchasteg