Vol 1, No 1 (2013)

BSUJ Vol. 1, Iss. 1. (Special Issue)

The inaugural issue of the BSUJ is a special issue focused on the ubiquity of heteronormativity, or the compulsory performance of male/female gender roles, present in contemporary society. Consequences and implications of the continued dominance of heteronormative paradigms are exemplified in a variety of case studies and critical analyses by the authors.

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Acknowledgements-- BSUJ Issue 1; Volume 1 PDF
Famira Racy 1
Letter from the Editor PDF
Famira Racy 2
Defining Desire, Dispelling Defiance: Heteronormative Language in English Language Learner’s Dictionaries PDF
Janelle Harms 3-14
‘Blood, it’s in you to be Governed' PDF
Alex Christison 15-24
Understanding Health and Medicine: A Critical Examination of Governance, Surveillance and Control within Contemporary Culture PDF
Alyssa Hartwell 25-38
Human Trafficking: The Complexities of a Global Definition PDF
Nicole MacInnis 39-51
Warehouse Waywards: Inquiry into Identity PDF
Famira Racy

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