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Bodies, Sexualities, and Masculinities in the Time of Coronavirus

Jonathan A. Allan, Chris Haywood, and Frank G. Karioris

Sex Parties—I just Attended My First Sex Party … on Zoom .” Cosmopolitan , 27 April . . Henley , Jon , and Eleanor Ainge Roy . 2020 . “ Are Female Leaders more

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Ambivalent Sexualities in a Transnational Context

Romanian and Bulgarian Migrant Male Sex Workers in Berlin

Victor Trofimov

sexualities. In this vein, Mai claims that “by engaging in the global sex industry, both young men and women negotiate their aspiration to cosmopolitan late modern lifestyles against the prevalence of essentialist patriarchal gender values and sexual mores at

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Holding Up Half the Sky

Global Narratives of Girls at Risk and Celebrity Philanthropy

Angharad Valdivia

component of celebrity branding and corporate public relations that seek representation of their actions as cosmopolitan morality and global citizenry. Focusing on the Half the Sky ( HTS ) phenomenon that culminated in a documentary by Maro Chermayeff

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James K. Beggan

.” Cosmopolitan . . Brody , Stuart . 2010 . “ The Relative Health Benefits of Different Sexual Activities .” Journal of Sexual Medicine 7 ( 4 pt. 1 ): 1336 – 1361 . doi: 10.1111/j

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Robyn Singleton, Jacqueline Carter, Tatianna Alencar, Alicia Piñeirúa-Menéndez, and Kate Winskell

linked to the poor, unsophisticated, un-cosmopolitan, and un-North American” ( Gutmann 2006: 240 ). In his interviews with university students in Mexico City, a site on the receiving end of the rural-urban migration, Ramirez argued that “within a paradigm

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“Farmers Don't Dance”

The Construction of Gender in a Rural Scottish School

Fiona G. Menzies and Ninetta Santoro

. They align themselves with constructions of femininity that are “represented in popular culture, marked by a cosmopolitan lifestyle more closely associated with urban living” (2014: 482). In contrast, boys, who tend to imagine “typically masculine

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Solveig Roth and Dagny Stuedahl

-Green , and Hans Christian Arnseth ( 2016 ). Learning Identities, Education and Community: Young Lives in the Cosmopolitan City . Cambridge , Cambridge University Press . 10.1017/CBO9781107110908 Gutierrez

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Heta Mulari

, Myria . 2013 . Media and the City. Cosmopolitanism and Difference . Cambridge : Polity Press . Hatuka , Tali , and Eran Toch . 2017 . “ Being Visible in the Public Space: The Normalisation of Asymmetrical Visibility. ” Urban Studies 54 ( 4

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Sponsoring Ways of Being

Adolescent Boys’ Religious Literacy Practices

Deborah Vriend Van Duinen

Rooted Cosmopolitan Dialogue: Portraits of Two American Evangelical Men in a Public School English Classroom .” Written Communication 32 ( 2 ): 121 – 149 . 10.1177/0741088315576480 Love , Kristina , and Julie Hamston . 2003 . “ Teenage Boys

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Negotiating Identities

Being “Boy,” Being “Filipino,” Being “Other”

Victoria Cann

Norfolk offers a unique geographical position for the study of young people's lives. Norfolk's geographic remoteness leads its towns and cities to be characterized within popular English discourse as being more “backwards” than more cosmopolitan spaces