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|Publisher:||HarperCollins Publishers (Australia) Pty Ltd (January 1, 1980)|
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In 1971, Altman published his first book, Homosexual: Oppression and d an important intellectual contribution to the ideas that shaped gay . Rehearsals for change: politics and culture in Australia. Sydney: Fontana/Collins. Altman, Dennis (1982).
In 1971, Altman published his first book, Homosexual: Oppression and d an important intellectual contribution to the ideas that shaped gay liberation movements in the English-speaking world. Among his ideas were "the polymorphous whole" and his posing of the notion of "the end of the homosexual", in which the potential for both heterosexual and homosexual behavior becomes a widespread cultural and psychological phenomenon. The Homosexualization of America: The Americanization of the Homosexual.
Home Browse Books Book details, Rehearsals for Change: Politics and Culture i. . Whenever I would tell people I was working on a book on the prospects for social change in Australia the usual answer was: It'll be a short one. If, in fact, this is so it is neither because there is no prospect for change, nor because the problem is a simple one. Considerable change is, of course, inevitable, if only as a result of the way Australia is intermeshed in the world economic system.
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Altman, Dennis (1980). Altman, Dennis (1986). AIDS in the mind of America. Anchor Press/Doubleday. Altman, Dennis (1993). The comfort of men. Port Melbourne, Vi. W. Heinemann Australia. Altman, Dennis (1994). Power and community: organizational and cultural responses to AIDS.
Dennis Altman is Professor of Politics at La Trobe University. Rehearsals for change: politics and culture in Australia (1980). The homosexualization of America: the Americanization of the homosexual (1982). He is a distinguished writer on contemporary social issues and the author of numerous books, including: Homosexual: oppression and liberation (1971, rev. 1993). Coming out in the seventies (1979). AIDS and the new puritanism (1986). A politics of poetry: reconstituting social democracy (1988).
Rehearsals for Change: Politics and Culture in Australia. The nature/culture dichotomy finds uneasy meeting ground in the garden
Rehearsals for Change: Politics and Culture in Australia. D. Altman, Rehearsals for Change: Politics and Culture in Australia, Melbourne, 1980; Australia's wilderness movement-gathering momentum. The nature/culture dichotomy finds uneasy meeting ground in the garden. But particularly in settler cultures, "the garden" introduces other unresolved dichotomies: indigenous and imported; wild and domesticated; pests and pets; traditional myth and scientific rationality. This essay considers these issues by focussing on the public debate over fruit bat colonies in the Melbourne (Australia).
Dennis Altman is a writer and academic who first came to attention with the publication of his book Homosexual .
Dennis Altman is a writer and academic who first came to attention with the publication of his book Homosexual: Oppression & Liberation in 1972. This book, which has often been compared to Greer’s Female Eunuch and Singer’s Animal Liberation was the first serious analysis to emerge from the gay liberation movement, and was published in seven countries, with a readership which continues today. Since then Altman has written twelve books, exploring sexuality, politics and their inter-relationship in Australia, the United States and now globally.
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