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Class Name

Sociology of Gender

Instructor

Natalie Jolly

Abstract/Description

A newsletter style analysis of the contemporary mechanisms of polyamory in the U.S. This project briefly discusses polyamory in relation to gender and sexuality, relates larger systems of power to the functions of polyamory, questions the taboos of polyamory, and briefly addresses some of the limitations of academic research regarding polyamory.

Date

2022

Keywords

polyamory, heteronormative structures, monogamy, queerness, capitalism, consensual nonmonogamy, social functions

Disciplines

Gender and Sexuality | Inequality and Stratification | Other Sociology | Social Control, Law, Crime, and Deviance

Polyamory, Gender, and Sexuality

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