volume 44, issue 4, P728-745 1996
DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-954x.1996.tb00444.x
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Abstract: Abstract The irony of the rejection of the sex/gender distinction is that it renders sociology per se an impossible enterprise. For it is my submission that, contra Hood‐Williams (1996) and others, the biological and the social constitute distinct, irreducible levels of reality: to conflate (in a ‘downwards’ or ‘upwards’ direction) the two levels is immediately to render analysis of their relative interplay at best intractable. It is indeed arguable that Hood‐Williams is not so much concerned with (rightly) r…

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