Transgender communication studies : histories, trends, and trajectories / edited by Leland G. Spencer and Jamie C. Capuzza Capuzza, Jamie C.

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Capuzza, Jamie C.
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Gender nonconformity.; Transgenderism.; Interpersonal communication.
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Communication scholars have played an instrumental role in this field theorizing about the nature of identities in relation to media, interpersonal, organizational, intercultural and rhetorical practices and exploring the political conditions these practices create for persons across the spectrum of gender identities and sexual orientations. Each chapter of Transgender Communication Studies: Histories, Trends, and Trajectories addresses previous communication scholarship on transgender lives, makes an original argument or contribution to the field, and concludes with directions for future rese.
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192342003

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