Last Modified: 2011-07-03
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(2) cross cultural - (america vs india) (space)
(3) social/intrasocial - depending on what you are, you are judged differently within society (space)
i.e. born a man, so natural progression to be male and heterosexual
merms (testes, some female genitalia, no ovaries)
ferms (ovaries, some male genitalia, no testes)
Commercial vs academic presses
race - discrimination
class - exploitation
nation - predation
interaction, cultural symbol, structural context
example: wheelchair rugby is masculine, but not prevalent
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