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Stein's latest book, The Stranger Next Door, which documents a battle over gay/lesbian rights in small town America and rise of religious conservatism, won the Ruth Benedict Prize. Sex and Sensibility traces the lives of two generations of women, examining shifts in feminism and sexual identities.

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Arlene Stein
The Stranger Next Door: The Story of a Small Community’s Battle over Sex, Faith, and Civil Rights
(Beacon Press, 2001)

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Arlene Stein is Professor of Sociology and a member of the graduate faculty of the Women’s and Gender Studies program at Rutgers. She is the author of three books and two edited volumes. Her book The Stranger Next Door: The Story of a Small Community’s Battle Over Sex, Faith, and Civil Rights won the American Anthropological Association’s Ruth Benedict Award. She also received the Simon and Gagnon Award for career contributions to the study of sexualities, given by the American Sociological Association. A frequent essayist for newspapers and magazines and co-editor of Contexts magazine, she is dedicated to making sociological writing more engaging and translating sociological ideas to diverse publics.

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Arlene Stein is Professor of Sociology at Rutgers and the author of three books about American culture and gender politics. Her previous works include The Stranger Next Door, which won the Ruth Benedict Prize, and . Her writing has appeared in , , and , among other publications.

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I suspect that I am ultimately a very political writer whether I intend this or not. Many of my books for children have the worry of climate change at their core. Or the inability to accept difference. Or bullying. Even my latest YA ‘That Stranger Next Door’ which is set in the Cold War explores the effect international politics can have on ordinary families.

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