La dimensione sessuale delle migrazioni: dalla conoscenza aneddotica ai programmi di ricerca

Autori/Curatori Martina Cvajner, Giuseppe Sciortino
Anno di pubblicazione 2021 Fascicolo 2021/3 Lingua Italiano
Numero pagine 20 P. 70-89 Dimensione file 234 KB
DOI 10.3280/SES2021-003005
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Keywords:lovescape; subculture sessuali; migrazioni sessuali; sessualità; cambiamento sessuale; confini etnoculturali.

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Martina Cvajner, Giuseppe Sciortino, La dimensione sessuale delle migrazioni: dalla conoscenza aneddotica ai programmi di ricerca in "SALUTE E SOCIETÀ" 3/2021, pp 70-89, DOI: 10.3280/SES2021-003005