The Globalization of Sexuality

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    I would like to thank David Bell for reading through and commenting on earlier drafts of chapters in this book. I would also like to thank Robert Rojek, Chris Rojek, Kay Bridger and Ian Antcliff at Sage for their help and guidance throughout this project. I would also like to thank my supportive colleagues at MMU, particularly Julian Holloway, Dave Lambrick and Liz Price. I am also indebted to the friendship and support of Steve Calvert, Michael Darbyshire, John Fitzgerald, Ruth Holliday, Mark Jayne and Bev Skeggs.

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