Peacocks, Chameleons, Centaurs Gay Suburbia and the Grammar of Social Identity
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Description: In this ethnography of American gay suburbanites, Wayne H. Brekhus demonstrates that who one is depends at least in part on where and when one is. He shows that lifestyling, and integrating occurs not only among gay men but across a broad range of social categories.
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Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Publication date: 10/1/2003
Size: 4.75" wide x 7.75" long x 0.50" tall
|Gay Suburbanites: A Case Study in the Grammar and Microecology of Social Identity|
|"Everything about Me Is Gay": Identity Peacocks|
|"You Have to Drive Somewhere Just to Be Gay": Identity Chameleons|
|"Gay Defines Only a Small Part of Me": Identity Centaurs|
|Contested Grammars: Gay Identity Disputes|
|Shifting Grammars: Lifecourse Changes in and Structural Constraints on Identity Management|
|Vegan Peacocks, Christian Chameleons, and Soccer Mom Centaurs: Identity Grammar beyond Gay Identity|
|Duration Disputes: Identity Stability vs. Identity Mobility|
|Density Disputes: Identity Purity vs. Identity Moderation|
|Dominance Disputes: Identity Singularity vs. Identity Balance|
|Conclusion Appendix: Grounded Theory and Analytic Fieldwork|