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Understanding Non-Monogamies (Routledge research in gender and society #23)

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Most social scientific work on intimate relationships has assumed a monogamous structure, or has considered anything other than monogamy only in the context of 'infidelity'. Yet, in recent years there has been a growing interest among researchers and the public in exploring various patterns of intimacy that involve open non-monogamy. This volume gathers contributions from ...more
Hardcover, 312 pages
Published December 1st 2009 by Routledge
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This was interesting, but not as scientifically rigorous as I'd hoped. Some of the essays seemed too jargony and academic to have much relevance to people's actual poly lives.
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Now known as Meg John Barker.
Dr. Meg John Barker is a writer, therapist, and activist-academic specialising in sex, gender and relationships. Meg-John is a senior lecturer in psychology at the Open University and a UKCP accredited psychotherapist, and has over a decade of experience researching and publishing on these topics including the popular book Rewriting the Rules.

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