Stevi Jackson is Professor of Women's Studies at the University of York, UK. She has published extensively on sexuality, especially heterosexuality, and on feminist theory. Sue Scott is Pro Vice Chancellor at Glasgow Caledonian University, having previously been Professor of Sociology at Stirling and Durham Universities and Dean of Humanities and Social Sciences at Keele University, UK. She has published widely in the area of gender, sexuality and risk, particularly in relation to young people.
Introduction: The case for the sociality of sexuality
Conceptualizing sexuality: From kinsey to queer and beyond
Feminist engagements: politicizing the personal and engendering theory
Modernity and its discontents
Is heterosexuality still compulsory?
Risk, governance and surveillance: the boundaries of childhood
The sexual self in late modernity
Embodied practices and sexual pleasure
Concluding thoughts on ordinary sexuality