Parker james n and philip m parker 2007 turner

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Parker, James N. and Philip M. Parker. 2007. Turner Syndrome: A Bibliography and Dictionary for Physicians, Patients, and Genome Researchers . San Diego: ICON Health Publications. A 3-in-1 reference book, including a comprehensive medical dictionary, bibliographic citations, and annotated internet resources. Intended for physicians and medical students, but also highly useful for people with Turner syndrome. Preves, Sharon E. 2003. Intersex and Identity: The Contested Self . New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press. Preves conducted in-depth life history interviews with more than three dozen intersex people, providing rich data on personal experiences with medical interventions, identity and coming out, and activism. Reis, Elizabeth. 2009. Bodies in Doubt: An American History of Intersex . Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. Through an exhaustive review of medical case studies and popular literature, Reis demonstrates that medical treatment protocols for intersex patients is based upon shifting ideas of “normal” as well as a pri vileging of heterosexual reproductive activity. Covers the colonial period to the present. Roughgarden, Joan. 2004. Evolution’s Rainbow: Diversity, Gender, and Sexuality in Nature and People . Berkeley: University of California Press. Roughgarden tackles medicine, social science, and evolutionary theory to argue that biological sex, gender, and sexual orientation all defy rigid binarism. Sytsma, Sharon E. (Editor). 2010. Ethics and Intersex . Dordrecht: Springer. An edited volume that addresses global ethical practice regarding intersex treatment. Back to Top