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BeschreibungIn Schooling Sexualities, Debbie Epstein and Richard Johnson bring together contemporary debates about sexuality with the study of schooling. They pose controversial questions. How far is schooling influenced by wider public debates and scandals about sexuality? How can we understand the role and limits of moral traditionalism? What has the impact of feminism and the lesbian and gay movement been? How have these radical influences been recuperated? What part does schooling play in the production of sexual and other identities? Why is sex education in schools so 'impossible'? What are the strategies for improving it? They have written the first sustained study of these questions - accessible, engaging and argumentative. This will be a key text for teachers and policy makers, for those concerned with sexual and educational politics and for students of sexuality, gender, cultural studies and the history and sociology of education.
schooling sexualities/sexuality and schooling
Part 1: Sexualities in the public domain
Sexualities, nationalities and schooling
'Giving out a message from this house'
political discourses of sexuality
Scandals for schools, schools as scandals
the press and sexual regulation
Part 2: Sexualities in schools
Producing one's self
sexuality and identity dynamics in the school
An impossible practice?
sex/uality education in schools
sexuality and education otherwise
Pressestimmen... A powerful and insightful analysis of the production of sexualities and masculinities in schools, and a very useful critique of curriculum, policy and classroom practice strategies. Australian Educational Researcher 19980101
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: OPEN UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 1998
Seitenanzahl: 218 Seiten