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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Introduction: Foreign Travel, Transnational Sex, And Transformations Of Heterosexualities
Author: Frohlick
Susan; Dragojlovic
Ana; Piscitelli
Abstract: Transformation of heterosexuality in the context of transnational mobility has been much neglected in the scholarly literature. In this themed issue we bring together four articles to contribute to the debates about negotiations of heterosexual sexual relations and practices between European and North American women and local men at holiday destinations. The focus is on Euro-North American women's performances of heterosexuality as bound up with gender, race, age, and nationality. Each article uses ethnographic methods to demonstrate how transformation of heterosexuality is spatially and culturally contingent and contested in relation to normative expectations of heterosexual love, sex, and romance regulating women's sexuality both in the women travellers' home countries and in the destination of the encounters. More broadly, articles in this themed issue contribute to the emerging literature aiming to re-think heterosexualities.
Subject: Female Tourists
Citation: Introduction: Foreign Travel, Transnational Sex, And Transformations Of Heterosexualities. Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, v. 23, p. 235-242 FEB-2016.
Rights: embargo
Identifier DOI: 10.1080/0966369X.2015.1034999
Date Issue: 2016
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