Sara Merlini

Lisbon University, Portugal
From ESA – Strategies & Activities

Thesis Spotlights – Gender and Transgression: (Un)doing Masculinity and Femininity in Portugal and the United Kingdom

2020, issue 44, Sara Merlini: Changes and continuities within gender practices can be understood from normative traditions and processes – gender attributions, appropriations and interpretations – that order and mark out social relations. Based on the history and social construction of gender transgressions between 1950 and 2015 we can know better how alternatives are being established [...].

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