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Sexuality, gender and policy

Abbreviation: Sex. Gend. Policy

Published by: John Wiley and Sons

Publisher Location: Hoboken, NJ, USA

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Range of citations in the SafetyLit database: 2020; 3(1) -- 2024; 7(1)

Publication Date Range: 2019 --

Title began with volume (issue): 1(1)

Number of articles from this journal included in the SafetyLit database: 17
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eISSN = 2639-5355
LCCN = 2018203301 | USNLM = 101771507 | OCLC = 1055556241

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Journal Language(s): English

Aims and Scope (from publisher): exuality, Gender & Policy (SGP) is a peer-reviewed journal focusing on the social, political, and cultural dimensions of sexuality, as well as policy-relevant research on issues related to sexual health, sexual rights, and sexuality education. The journal seeks to further expand opportunities for scholars to publish fully-rounded research on the historical development of sexuality and gender studies, current topics and methods in the field, and cutting-edge debates on theories and issues focusing on sexuality, gender, culture, and policy. It aims to examine and expand traditional definitions and boundaries within the realm of gender and sexuality, while acknowledging conditions of inequality, marginality, and post-coloniality. It is an interdisciplinary journal that welcomes articles from an array of disciplines. It aims to become an academic tool, publishing articles, reviews, syllabi, and other scholarly comments on the growing areas of sexuality and gender. It covers the social sciences, cultural history, cultural anthropology, public policy, as well as queer theory, feminist, gender, and LGBT studies.

The Rationale

We seek to publish research that focuses on the political processes and debates that have led to the creation and implementation of a variety of gender- and sexuality-related policies around the world. Questions that we aim to discuss in future issues are: How and why is sexuality regulated by the state? Why is sexuality often perceived as ideologically polarizing any given nation? In addition to the state, what other social and political actors play central roles in the creation and implementation of gender- and sexuality-related policies? What do we learn from analyzing gender- and sexuality-related policies about the views that various groups and institutions hold in relation to social difference and diversity; human rights, social equality, and citizenship; the relationship between government and civil society; political activism; and the separation between church and state? This is an international journal that seeks to publish high quality works from scholars from around the globe. The various institutions of higher education affiliated to PSO will produce both quality contributions and a global audience for the journal.