McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Jan 1, 1998 - Education - 218 pages
Schooling Sexualities brings together contemporary debate about sexuality with the study of schooling. The book looks closely at the production of sexual identities at school and argues that sexuality is intrinsic to the formation of individual and group identities in schools. It explores not only the formal sexual curriculum but the sexual cultures of both teachers and students. Essential reading for teachers concerned with sexual education.
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