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    Thinking About Food and Sex.Vanina Leschziner & Adam Isaiah Green - 2013 - Sociological Theory 31 (2):116-144.
    Overemphasizing automatic, dispositional cognitive processes, research on social fields has tended to undertheorize the active, reflective dimensions of cognition that shape practice. This has occurred, at least in part, as a reaction to the overly instrumentalist premises of rational action theory. But redressing the errors of an excessively instrumentalist notion of action by overemphasizing the automatic nature of cognition leaves us with a similarly inadequate understanding of how cognition works to influence practice in a field and, as a consequence, the (...)
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    Gay but Not Queer: Toward a Post-Queer Study of Sexuality. [REVIEW]Adam Isaiah Green - 2002 - Theory and Society 31 (4):521-545.
  3. The Social Organization of Desire: The Sexual Fields Approach.Adam Isaiah Green - 2008 - Sociological Theory 26 (1):25 - 50.
    Modern urban life is increasingly characterized by specialized erotic worlds designed for sexual partnership and sexual sociality. In this article, I build on sociological theory developed in areas other than the sociology of sexuality to formulate a framework uniquely suited to the analysis of such modern erotic worlds--the sexual fields framework. Coupling Goffman's social psychological focus on situational negotiation with a Bourdieusian model of routine practice, the sexual fields framework highlights the relationship of interactional work to fields of objective relations (...)
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    Erotic Habitus: Toward a Sociology of Desire. [REVIEW]Adam Isaiah Green - 2008 - Theory and Society 37 (6):597-626.