Progay/Antigay: The Rhetorical War Over Sexuality
Issues such as lesbians and gay men serving openly in the military, same-sex marriage and the inclusion of sexual orientation in anti-discrimination and hate crime laws have evolved along with the rival progay and anitgay communities. As a result of public policy debates, the U. S. progay movement has moved toward an essentialist, non-sexual identity while traditionalists have shifted toward a secular public self-representation. This book analyzes the internal disagreements within the two movements.
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Burke (1959/1937) points outthat " 'identification' is hardly other than a name for the function of sociality" (p. 266). Rhetorical critic Maurice Charland (1987) extends Burke's point that audience members do not exist prior to ...
More generally , as philosopher Morris Kaplan ( 1997 ) points out , “ a distinctive feature of modernity is that it supplements the juridical and repressive model of state action with a pervasive system of social relations that produces ...
Sociologist Mary McIntosh ( 1990 ) points out that the intended consequence of the construction of a “ homosexual role ” is to segregate a group of deviants from others , thereby keeping their deviant practices contained within a ...
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Emergence of the Variant Sexuality Issue Culture
Analysis of Communication in Contests
Appeals in Progay and Traditionalist Discourses
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