Final Project (M104MC)

Bibliography

This is my bibliography from my research. I have decided to make a separate post about it, because the previous one is long enough.

Bibliography

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-.2002. The politics of diagnosis and a diagnosis of politics. Transgender Tapestry 98 (Summer), pp. 3-8.

Devor, Holly. 1989. Gender blending: Confronting the limits of duality. Bloomington Indiana University Press.

“Who are we?” Where sexual orientation meets gender identity. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Psychotherapy 6 (2), pp. 5-21.

Edgerton, Milton T. 1984. The role of surgery in the treatment of transsexualism. Annals of Plastic Surgery 14 (6).

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Etner, Randi. 1996. Confession of a gender defender. Evanston, III: Chicago Spectrum Press.

Fausto-Sterling, Ann 2000. The five sexes, revisited. The Sciences 40 (4), pp. 18-26.

Feinberg, Leslie. 1996. Transgender warriors: Making history from Joan of Arc to Dennis Rodman, Boston: Beacon Press.

Garber, Marjorie. 1992. Vested interests: Cross-dressing and cultural anxiety. New York: Routledge.

Garfinkel, H. 1967. Studies in ethnomethodology. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice Hall.

Glaser, Barney G., and Anselm L. Strauss, 1967. The discovery of grounded theory: Strategies for qualitative research. New York: Aldine Publishing Company.

Goffman, 1959. The presentation of self in everyday life. Garden City: Doubleday Anchor Books.

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Halberstam, Judith 1998. Transgender butch: Buth/FTM border wars and the masculine continuum. GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 4 (2), pp. 287-310.

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Jhonson Christine. 2004. Transsexualism: An unknowledged endpoint of development endocrine disruption? Master’s thesis, Evergreen State Collage. Olympia, Wash.

Jordan Judith. 1989. Relational development: Therapeutic implications of empathy and shame. Work in progress, No. 39, Stone Center Working Paper Series, Wellesley, Mass.

Kaldera, Raven, 2001. Feminist on Testosterone, http://www.cauldronfarm.com/writing/feminist.html

Kerlin, Scott and Dana Beyer. 2002. The DES Son’ online discussion network. Transgender Tapestry (100), pp. 18-23.

Kessler, Suzanne. 1990. The medical construction of gender-case management of intersexed infants. Sign. 16 (1), pp. 2-26.

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– .and Wendy McKenna. 1978. Gender: an ethnomethodological approach. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Lake Suell Perry & Associates. 2002. Public perceptions of transgender people. Washington, D.C: Human Rights Campaign August.

Lelchuk, Ilene. 2006. When is it OK for boys to be girls, and girls to be boys? San Francisco Chronicle, August 27. http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file5/c/a/2006/08/27/MNGL2KQ8H41.DTL&type=printable

Matthews, Robert, 2004. Pregnant women who take slimming pills “are more likely to have gay children”. The Telegraph (UK), May 12.

Meyerowitz, Joanne. 2002. How sex changed: A history of transsexuality in the United Stated. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press.

Moir, A., and D. Jessel. 1991. Brainsex: The real difference between men & women. New York Delta.

Munson, Michael, 2004. Survey results. Transgender Sexual Violence Project For Ourselves: Reworking Gender Expression (FORGE). http://www.forgefor.org/transviolence/survey.results.php

Nagal, Joane. 2003. Race, ethnicity and sexuality: Intimate intersections, forbidden frontiers. New York: Oxford University Press.

Nakamura, Karen. 1997. Narrating ourselves: Dupet or Duplications? In Gender blending, edited by Bonnie Bullough, Vern L. Bullough, and James Elios, pp. 74-86. Amberst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books.

Namaste, Viviane, K. 2000. Invisible lives: The erasure of transsexual and transgendered people. Chicago: University of Chicago press.

Nanda Serena. 2000. Gender diversity: Cross-cultural variations. Prospect Heights III.: Waveland Press.

National Gay and Lesbian Task Force. 2006. Transgender civil rights project http://www.thetaskforce.org/our.work/public_policy/transgender_civil_rights

Nishoka, Joyce. 2002. Transgender: A work of life. Asian week- September 10.

Preves, Sharon E. 2002. Sexing, the intersexed: An analysis of sociocultural responses to intersexuality. Sign 27 (2), pp. 523-556.

Prince, Virginia. 1976. Understanding cross-dressing. Capistrano Beach, Calif: Sandy Thomas Advertising.

– 1997. “Seventy years in the trenches of the gender wars”. In Gender blending edited by Bonnie Bullough, Vern L. Bullough, and James Elias. Amberst. New York: Prometheus Books, pp. 469-476.

Rothblath, Martine. 1995. The apartheid of sex: A manifesto on the freedom of gender. New York: Crown Publishers.

Roughgarden, Joan. 2004. Evolution’s rainbow” Diversity, gender, and sexuality in nature and people. Berkley: University of California Press: Sydney Herald. 2003. Big brothers may make boys gay: New Study March 12.

Thomas, William I. and Dorothy Thomas 1928. The child in America. New York: Alfred A. Knof.

Valerio, Max Wolf. 2006. The testosterone files. Emergeville, Calif: Seal Press.

Walworth, Janis. 1989. Working with a transsexual: A guide for co-workers. Los Angeles: Center for Gender Sanity.

Wilchins, Riki: Anne. 1997. Reading my Lips: Sexual subversion and the end of gender. Milford: Firebrand Books.

– .and Tameika Taylor. 2006. 50under 30. Washington D.C: bender PAC.

 

 

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