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Beasley and H. Brook, book under contract, The Cultural Politics of Popular Film: Power, Culture and Society, Manchester University Press, estimated completion mid louis vuitton bracelet silver 2016 C. Beasley and M. Holmes, book under contract, Internet Dating, Routledge, London NY, estimated completion late 2016 C. Beasley, What is Feminism?: An Introduction to Feminist Theory, Sage, London Thousand Oaks, louis vuitton neverfull sale Ca., 1999 (also published as What is Feminism, anyway?: Understanding Contemporary Feminist Thought, Allen Unwin, Sydney, 1999) C. Beasley, Sexual Economyths: Conceiving a Feminist Economics, Allen Unwin, Sydney, 1994 C. Beasley, 'Sexual Health, Sex Education and Violence', in D. Cherubini and S. Magaraggia eds, Men against Women?, University of Milan Bicocca Press, 2013 C. Beasley, Challenge of Pleasure: Let Talk about Sex in Feminist and Masculinity Theorising in M. Fineman and M. Thomoson eds, Exploring Masculinities: feminist legal theory reflections, Ashgate Press, Farnham, Surrey, 2013. C. Beasley and C. Bacchi, 'Making Politics Fleshly', in A. Bletsas and C. Beasley eds, Engaging with Carol Bacchi: Strategic Interventions and Exchanges, University of Adelaide Press, louis vuitton neverfull kopen Adelaide, 2012. C. Beasley, 'Rethinking Hegemonic and "other" Masculinities in Australian Cinema: Male Bodies at the Edge of the World', in S. Fouz Hern ed., Mysterious Skin: The Male Body in Contemporary Cinema, I. B. Tauris, London N. Y., 2009 C. Beasley, 'Re thinking Hegemonic Masculinity in a Globalising World', in A. louis vuitton waffeleisen amazon M. Gonz and V. Seidler (eds), Gender Identities in a Globalized World, Prometheus books, NY, 2008 C. Burns (ed.), Feminist Alliances, Rudopi, Amsterdam N. Y., 2006 C. Bacchi and C. Beasley, 'Reproductive Technology and the political limits of "care" ', in M. Shildrick and R. Mytikiuk (eds), Ethics of the Body: Postconventional Challenges, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass., London, 2005 C. Beasley, 'Mind the Gap?: Masculinity Studies and Contemporary Gender/Sexuality Thinking, Australian Feminist Studies, 28(75), March 2013C. Beasley and B. Cao, 'Transforming first year university Politics students into critical thinkers', Ergo: Journal of Education Research Group Adelaide, 2(3): 2011 C. Beasley, 'Libidinous Politics: Heterosex, "Transgression" and Social Change', Australian Feminist Studies, 26(67, 2011 C. Beasley et al., 'Ambivalent Globalisation, amorphous vulnerable Nationalism: considering debates about nation and national positioning within the global from the point of view of young Australians', Journal of Sociology, 46(1), March 2010 J. Elias and C. Beasley, 'Hegemonic Masculinity and Globalization: "Transnational Business Masculinities" and Beyond', Globalizations, 6(2), 2009 C. Beasley, 'Re thinking Hegemonic Masculinity in a Globalising World', Keynote Essay for Symposium on this essay, Men Masculinities, 11(1), October 2008 C.
Beasley, 'The Challenge of Pleasure: Re imagining Sexuality and Sexual Health', Health Sociology Review, Special Issue: Re imagining Preventive Health Theoretical Perspectives, 17(4), August 2008 C. Beasley and C. Bacchi, 'Envisioning a New Politics for an Ethical Future: Beyond, trust, care and generosity towards an Ethic of Social Flesh', Feminist Theory, 8(3), December 2007.
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