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Non-Binary GendersNavigating Communities, Identities, and Healthcare$
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Ben Vincent

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9781447351917

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: January 2021

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781447351917.001.0001

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Reviewing non-binary: where have we come from?

Reviewing non-binary: where have we come from?

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Non-Binary Genders

Ben Vincent

Policy Press

Chapter one maps out the scholastic terrain relevant to a sociological consideration of non-binary gender identities. This is divided into three main areas. The first of these covers the relationship between gender diversity and medical practice, the second re-examines older sociological research which didn’t have the specific concept of non-binary, but acknowledged and engaged with people and identities (though often only implicitly) that challenged the gender binary. The third section covers interdisciplinary, 21st century recognition of non-binary people.

Keywords:   Non-binary genders, Transgender, Gender, LBTQ, Trans, Health policy, Trans Health, Medicine

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