Sexualities, evolution and gender
Sexualities, evolution and gender, an international journal of feminist and evolutionary standpoints. Formerly Psychology, evolution and gender.
Sexualities, Evolution and Gender (SEG) (formerly Psychology, Evolution and Gender) is a multidisciplinary international journal which confronts and advances the empirical, substantive and critical issues surrounding the debate about 'gendered' human behaviour, emotions and thought; particularly those which relate to sexual and gendered behaviours, sexual relationships, the body, sexualities and identities.
Sexualities, Evolution and Gender has emerged directly from its predecessor, Psychology, Evolution and Gender with the explicit aim to focus more on interdisciplinary matters and issues about sexuality, 'normal' sexual behaviour and sexual health, which reflect more accurately the content of this popular journal over its first four years.
Sexualities, Evolution and Gender seeks to challenge the academic impasse that stifles debate between feminist and evolutionary academics in psychology and other cognate disciplines particular sociology, anthropology and biology. The re-launched journal particularly encourages discussion between psychology, zoology, sociology, paleoanthropology (paleontology) and social anthropology, while also drawing on social constructionist and biological psychology standpoints. Research methodology is also an important point of debate. What role should experimental evidence play in assessing the validity of people's behaviours? Do qualitative approaches have anything useful to say about broad-based and generalised human behaviours?
Utgiver: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
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