Gender and sexuality in East Asian societies, as elsewhere throughout the world, have varied over time and among societies. They have been framed in the varying historical contexts of secular and religious ideas, the evolution of economic activities, bureaucratization and governance, the increasing complexities of social life, and war and peace. The mobility of people and cultures has meant that no society has been so isolated from others that it developed unique and unchanging ways of defining gender and sexuality.
|Place of Publication||Boulder, Colorado|
|Number of pages||505|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|