“Exceptionalism and Sexularism in Finnish Sex Education.” Global Studies of Childhood ... Journal of LGBT Youth 7(2): 147–166. Røthing, Åse, and Stine H.
Author: Susan Talburt
These volumes offer an in-depth analysis of youth sexualities as they shape and are shaped by public feelings and by American social, cultural, and political contexts. • Focuses on a range of youth sexualities and experiences • Offers an innovative analysis of the role of public feelings to show how adults monitor youth sexualities and how youth actively respond • Provides researchers, policymakers, activists, NGO workers, educators, and communities new lenses through which to understand youth sexualities • Shows how activists work to include and address youth perspectives on difficult or unpopular topics • Incorporates the contributors' expertise in disciplines ranging from women's, gender, and sexuality studies to educational and cultural studies to communication, rhetoric, anthropology, and sociology • Connects research in youth sexualities to the increasingly influential "affective turn" perspective of critical theory
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Youth, education, and sexualities : an international encyclopedia / edited by James T. Sears. 2 v. cm.
Author: James Thomas Sears
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
Category: Gay youth
Featuring more than 200 entries, this work is an authoritative source for educators, researchers and students seeking an understanding of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) youth. This work examines policy, practice and research concerning youth who are often the victims of bullying and harassment.
Author: Heather L. ArmstrongPublish On: 2021-02-28
In Western cultures, these risks for youth may include being kicked out of their ... assault, and bullying within their social and educational environments.
Author: Heather L. Armstrong
Providing a comprehensive framework for the broad subject of human sexuality, this two-volume set offers a context of historical development, scientific discovery, and sociopolitical and sociocultural movements. The broad topic of sex—encompassing subjects as varied as sexuality, sexual and gender identity, abortion, and crimes such as sexual assault—is one of the most controversial in American society today. The two-volume encyclopedic set provides readers with more than 450 entries on the subject, offering a comprehensive overview of major sexuality issues in American and global culture. Themes that run throughout the volumes include sexual health and reproduction, sexual identity and orientation, sexual behaviors and expression, the history of sex and sexology, and sex and society. Entries cover a breadth of subjects, such as the major contributors to the field of sexology; the biological, psychological, and cultural dimensions of sex and sexuality; and how the modern-day political climate and the government play a major role in determining attitudes and beliefs about sex. Written in clear, jargon-free language, this set is ideal for high school and undergraduate students as well as general readers. Explores the important yet often controversial nature of human sexuality through a carefully curated selection of entries that provide clear yet sensitive coverage of the topic Includes a thorough treatment of the understanding of sexual behaviors in individuals and relationships that contextualizes models of sexuality related to contemporary lifestyles Defines common terms related to sexual and gender identity as well as their application to the modern-day understanding of sexual behavior Further readings sections at the end of each entry guide readers toward additional information
Paper presented at the 12th World Congress of Sexology, Yokohama, Japan. Office of National AIDS Policy. Youth and HIV/AIDS (2000). A New American Agenda.
Author: Elizabeth Schroeder
An exemplary team of professionals provides a comprehensive look at sex education, the heated debate over federal controls, current research and practice, programs, politics, legislation, and cultural and religious issues related to sex and sexuality education. • Dozens of tables and figures • Photographs • Timelines • Sidebars • Case studies • Appendixes
Health Education & Behavior, Volume 38 (5): 530–540. Brown, J. D. and Bobkowski, ... Buckingham, D. and Bragg, S. (2004) Young People, Sex and the Media.
Author: Clarissa Smith
Category: Social Science
The Routledge Companion to Media, Sex and Sexuality is a vibrant and authoritative exploration of the ways in which sex and sexualities are mediated in modern media and everyday life. The 40 chapters in this volume offer a snapshot of the remarkable diversification of approaches and research within the field, bringing together a wide range of scholars and researchers from around the world and from different disciplinary backgrounds including cultural studies, education, history, media studies, sexuality studies and sociology. The volume presents a broad array of global and transnational issues and intersectional perspectives, as authors address a series of important questions that have consequences for current and future thinking in the field. Topics explored include post-feminism, masculinities, media industries, queer identities, video games, media activism, music videos, sexualisation, celebrities, sport, sex-advice books, pornography and erotica, and social and mobile media. The Routledge Companion to Media, Sex and Sexuality is an essential guide to the central ideas, concepts and debates currently shaping research in mediated sexualities and the connections between conceptions of sexual identity, bodies and media technologies.
Author: James J. Ponzetti, Jr.Publish On: 2015-09-16
2. Conservative sexuality education discourses can actively seek to exclude cer- tain topics from youth education programs (e.g., abortion, contraception).
Author: James J. Ponzetti, Jr.
This is the first book to provide a multidisciplinary and global overview of evidence-based sexuality education (SE) programs and practices. Readers are introduced to the fundamentals of creating effective programs to prepare them to design new or implement existing programs that promote healthy sexual attitudes and relationships. Noted contributors from various disciplines critically evaluate evidence –based programs from around the globe and through the lifespan. Examples and discussion questions encourage application of the material. Guidance for those who wish to design, implement, and evaluate SE programs in various social contexts is provided. Each chapter follows a consistent structure so readers can easily compare programs: Learning Goals; Introduction; Conclusion; Key Points; Discussion Questions; and Additional Resources. The editor taught human sexuality and family life education courses for years. This book reviews the key information that his students needed to become competent professionals. Highlights of the book’s coverage include: Interdisciplinary, comprehensive summary of evidence-based SE programs in one volume. Prepares readers for professional practice as a Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE) or sex educator by highlighting the fundamentals of developing and implementing SE programs. Exposes readers to evidence-based SE programs from various social contexts including families, schools, communities, and religious institutions. Considers the developmental context of SE across the lifespan along with programs for LGBT individuals and persons with disabilities. Critically reviews SE programs from around the world including the US, Europe, Asia, Africa, Latin America, and other developing countries. The book opens with an historical overview. Part I focus on general frameworks of sexuality education including UNESCO’s International Technical Guidelines. How to develop, deliver, and implement evidence based SE programs, including ethical concerns, are explored in Part II. Part III exposes readers to evidence-based programs in various social contexts--families, schools, communities, and religious institutions. Part IV considers the developmental context of SE from early childhood through adolescence and adulthood along with programs for LGBT individuals and persons with disabilities. Part V examines diverse global contexts from the US, Latin America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and other developing countries. The book concludes with future trends and directions. Ideal for graduate or advanced undergraduate courses in sex education, sexual health, human sexuality, sex or marriage counseling, intimate relationships, family life education, or home, school, and community services taught in human development and family studies, psychology, social work, health education, nursing, education, and religion, and in seminaries and family clinics, the book also serves as a resource for practitioners, counselors, researchers, clergy members, and policy makers interested in evidence based SE programs, or those seeking to become CFLEs or sexuality educators.
2. Joan Helmich and Jan Loreen , Sexuality Education and Training ... Work in Adolescent Sexuality Education , ” The School Counselor , Volume 39 ( March ...
Author: Evonne M. Hedgepeth
Publisher: NYU Press
Details sexuality education principles and methodology for classroom teachers and community health educators. Part I reviews guiding principles and addresses concerns such as answering difficult questions. Part II describes specific teaching methods and their application in sexuality and HIV education, illustrated with stories and learning activities to be used with students. Includes appendices of resources for evaluating material and curricula, tips on evaluating educators and trainers, and resource organizations. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Author: Donna Marie CastanedaPublish On: 2013-01-24
Journal of Sexual Medicine, 2, 358—367. Payne, E. (2010). Sluts: Heteronormative policing in the stories of lesbian youth. Educational Studies: Journal of ...
Author: Donna Marie Castaneda
This cutting-edge two-volume set with contributions by distinguished and internationally recognized scholars provides a comprehensive picture of contemporary issues in the field of women's sexuality, emphasizing women's diversity and international perspectives. • Vignettes and real-life stories to illustrate concerns, questions, findings, research, and concepts • In-depth coverage of a wide spectrum of sexuality topics among women, including sexual desire and satisfaction; sexuality concerns in diverse countries; pornography; lesbian, bisexual, and transgender women; trauma, rape, and intimate partner violence; and mental health and therapy • Contributions from 63 distinguished scholars who are experts in their fields • Extensive bibliography with each chapter
In R. Farley ( Ed . ) , State of the union : Volume 2 ( pp . ... The sexuality education challenge : Promoting healthy sexuality in young people ( pp .
Author: Roger J. R. Levesque
Publisher: Nova Publishers
Category: Family & Relationships
Adolescents live in a changing world. Those changes come in the readily recognisable form of pressing familial, educational, economic, informational, cultural and global challenges. We have yet to see how these transformations will impact adolescents' personal relationships and their place in society. We do know, however, that current approaches to the socialisation of adolescents raise important concerns as parents and social institutions respond to challenges. This book explores these changes and challenges by examining the extent to which we may foster adolescent development in ways that respect and foster adolescents' basic rights to relationships they deem appropriate, fulfilling, and worthy of protection. It also explores those changes and rights from a view that acknowledges the need to respect the rights of others, that recognises that adolescents' rights are not for them alone. Contents: Preface; The Legal Foundations of Adolescents' Education; The Place and Nature of Sexuality Education in Society; Revisiting the Traditional Rationale for Sexuality Education: Pregnancy, Developmental Timing, and its Legal Responses; Combating Relationship Violence: Expanding Adolescents'
UNESCO Young people today, time to act now: Why adolescents and young people need comprehensive sexuality education and reproductive health services in ...
Author: Charles Ngwena
Publisher: Pretoria University Law Press
About the publication The African Disability Rights Yearbook addresses disability rights within the foundational structure laid down by the inaugural issue. The structure comprises a tripartite division between: articles; country reports; and shorter commentaries on recent regional and sub-regional developments. The African Disability Rights Yearbook aims to advance disability scholarship. Coming in the wake of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, it is the first peer-reviewed journal to focus exclusively on disability as human rights on the African continent. It provides an annual forum for scholarly analysis on issues pertaining to the human rights of persons with disabilities. It is also a source for country-based reports as well as commentaries on recent developments in the field of disability rights in the African region. The African Disability Rights Yearbook publishes peer-reviewed contributions dealing with the rights of persons with disabilities and related topics, with specific relevance to Africa, Africans and scholars of Africa. The Yearbook appears annually under the aegis of the Centre for Human Rights, Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria. The Yearbook is an open access online publication, see www.adry.up.ac.za About the editors: Charles Ngwena is Professor, Department of Constitutional Law and Legal Philosophy, Faculty of Law, University of the Free State, South Africa. Ilze Grobbelaar‐du Plessis is a senior lecturer and holds the degrees BIuris LLB LLM LLD from the University of Pretoria. Helene Combrinck is Associate Professor at the Centre for Disability Law and Policy, University of the Western Cape. Serges Djoyou Kamgais is Senior Lecturer at TMALI (UNISA). Table of Contents Stigma as barrier to the implementation of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Africa Mark Mostert Realising the inclusion of youth with disabilities in political and public life in Kenya Lucianna Thuo Reading ‘disability’ into the non-discrimination clause of the Nigerian Constitution Ngozi Chuma Umeh Legislative mechanisms for combating violence against children with disabilities in selected African jurisdictions: A critical appraisal Enoch Chilemba My right to know: Developing sexuality education resources for learners with intellectual disability in the Western Cape, South Africa Rebecca Johns Colleen Adnams (Re)thinking sexual access for adolescents with disabilities in South Africa: Balancing rights and protection Paul Chappell The development and use of Sign Language in South African schools: The denial of inclusive education Willene Holness Implementing article 33 of CRPD: Tanzanian approach Abdallah Possi SECTION B: COUNTRY REPORTS Angola Eduardo Kapapelo Gabon Christophe Tchudjo Victorine Maptue Toguem Senegal Abdoulaye Thiam Seydi Ababacar Sy Sow SECTION C: REGIONAL DEVELOPMENTS The jurisprudence of the committee on the rights of persons with disabilities and its implications for Africa Innocentia Mgijima The right to work and employment in Southern Africa: A commentary on how selected employment laws fare against article 27 of the CRPD Dianah Msipa BOOK REVIEW Don Kulick & Jens Rydström Loneliness and its opposite: Sex, disability, and the ethics of engagement (2015) Paul Chappell
... enjoy access to computers, the Web, or the education to use these resources. ... If young people pose clothed with friends in their MySpace photos or ...
Author: Stephanie Brzuzy
Category: Social Science
Whether in the home or in the public arenas of media, work, sports, politics, art or religion, women often become embroiled as subjects in the political, social, and cultural debates in America. People on all areas of the political landscape see women in diverse and conflicting ways—as either too liberated or not liberated enough, or whether and how gender and sexual roles are rooted in either biology or culture. Battleground: Women, Gender, and Sexuality helps readers navigate contemporary issues and debates pertaining to women's lives in the United States and globally. This work examines how science and culture intertwine to influence how we think about our identities, desires, relationships, and societal roles today. Battleground: Women, Gender, and Sexuality comprises lengthy, in-depth discussions of the most timely issues that are debated in today's culture, such as, birth control, comparable worth, disability and gender, glass ceiling, immigration, plastic surgery, tattooing, and piercing, same-sex marriage, and sexual assault and sexual harrassment Each essay provides a balanced overview of these hot-button topics, and a list of works for Further Reading after each entry serves as a stepping-stone to more in-depth material for students who are writing papers or researching reports.
See: Maria Pallotta-Chiarolli, “Bisexuality in Education” and Kirsten McLean, ... Borders: Youth Education, Sexuality, Desire,” Journal of LGBT Youth 5, no.
Author: Paula Gerber Ph.D.
Category: Social Science
This three-volume set is a rich resource for readers in any discipline interested in understanding the global, regional, and domestic experiences of LGB people. This interdisciplinary set makes a vital contribution to understanding how LGB rights are progressing—and in some cases, regressing—around the globe. The three volumes look at the lived experiences of LGB people from varied perspectives and provide comprehensive coverage on a wide variety of topics ranging from LGB youth and LGB aging to the approaches to LGB people of different religions, including Islam, Judaism, and Christianity. Chapters focus on topics including the ongoing criminalization of same-sex sexual conduct and how international human rights law can be used to improve the lives of LGB people. Particular attention is paid to the rights of bisexuals, a group often ignored in works focusing on sexual orientation. Volume 1 focuses on history, politics, and culture relating to LGB people; Volume 2 focuses on the laws—domestic and international—governing LGB people; and Volume 3 provides snapshots of the current state of LGB experience in countries worldwide, presented by geographical region: Europe, the Americas, Africa, the Middle East and the Asia Pacific region. Includes contributions on the experience of LGB people in countries and regions that are extremely hostile to sexual minorities, including Russia, Iran, the Caribbean, Zimbabwe, and Uganda. Considers a multitude of factors that influence LGB people's quality of life, including, health, education, the economy, technology, religion, and the law. Offers comprehensive domestic, regional, and international accounts, serving as a one-stop source for in-depth, quality global research on LGB people. Addresses the intersectionality of discrimination based on sexuality and race, religion, and age.
2–3: 195–211. ... The Use of Pleasure: The History of Sexuality, Volume 2. ... Behavior and Sexual Orientation Among a School-Based Sample of Adolescents.
Author: M. Rasmussen
Category: Social Science
A new collection that addresses the problematic pathologization of queer youth, this book argues that the majority of educators and youth workers still know little about queer youth's negotiations of identity and community. The contributors examine the dangerous effects of heteronormalizing practices, and look at how young people negotiate labels and stereotypes in and out of school settings. What makes this project unique is that the contributors go beyond the discussions of homophobia young people experience on an everyday basis - the look at how youth subvert these experiences into those of pleasure, power, and confidence. In addition, the contributors look at how youth organize communities and negotiate positive identities in different settings.
In C. S. Chilman ( Ed . ) , Adolescent sexuality in a changing American society ... Sex education curricula for young teens : Implications for social work .
Author: John S. Wodarski
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Social Science
Covers key social problems and practice-related issues The last two decades in social work have seen tremendous strides in field research, from the development of improved research designs to more accurate methods of problem measurement and outcome analysis. Drawing upon these significant advances, the two-volume handbook of Empirical Social Work Practice brings together empirically validated interventions for many of the psychosocial problems most frequently encountered by social workers in their daily practice. Unlike other books in the field that employ a theory-based approach to treatment, this handbook focuses on the best-supported methods of helping clients with particular problems irrespective of theoretical biases, offering clinicians a valuable compendium of practice guidelines for treatment. Edited and authored by recognized experts in the field, the Handbook of Empirical Social Work Practice is clearly written and organized for easy reference. Volume Two covers key social problems and practice-related issues including: * Crime, homelessness, and unemployment * Domestic violence and sexual abuse * Family conflict and preservation * Practice approaches for older clients * Empirically based supervision With information that is at once accessible and up to date, the Handbook of Empirical Social Work Practice is a vital source of guidance for today's clinical social workers and other practicing mental health professionals, as well as students. "One of the best tools to promote the values of the [social work] profession is that of empirical social work practice. 'Telling the truth' is one of these values, and discovering the truth is something that empirical research is very good at. This book presents credible reviews of contemporary empirical literature pertaining to selected behavioral, affective, and intellectual disorders, and their psychosocial assessment and treatment. That such a book is now possible is a striking affirmation of the merits of the approach to social work called empirical clinical practice." ---- from the Handbook of Empirical Social Work Practice
Author: Shirley R. SteinbergPublish On: 2010-06-17
She has written extensively about issues of sexuality, youth, and new media. Her recent book Dude, You're a Fag: Masculinity and Sexuality in High School ...
Author: Shirley R. Steinberg
Category: Social Science
In this two-volume set, a series of expert contributors look at what it means to be a boy growing up in North America, with entries covering everything from toys and games, friends and family, and psychological and social development. • 166 entries on specific aspects of boyhood life in North America today, ranging from boy-centered toys, games, and media to issues of masculinity and confusing notions of manhood • Expert contributors from a variety of academic and professional disciplines, providing insight into a range of issues related to the lives of North American boys • Bibliographic listings of works cited and further reading in print and online • A comprehensive index
The Challenges and Promise for Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Youth Robert E Owens ... gay adolescents in schools," S<>cial Work in Education, (Volume 9, 1987).
Author: Robert E Owens
Packed to the hilt with living narratives, scholarly research, and problem-solution scenarios, Queer Kids: The Challenges and Promise for Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Youth examines the unique challenges faced by today’s homosexual young adults. You’ll learn what modern-day queer kids do to cope, survive, and find understanding in a world riddled with homophobic intolerance. Queer Kids is a lens of clarity that will help the average straight adult--and maybe even the average gay adult--see things from a kid’s point of view. Its detail-oriented, well-wrought chapters will provide you with literally hundreds of stories of young people who are trying to define themselves sexually and emotionally in a society of criss-crossing judgment, stereotyping, anger, and expectation. Aimed at three target groups--counselors, parents, and youth--this book introduces you to a variety of interesting kids, offers you a look at the process of coming out, and helps you grasp the experience of queer identification. Specifically, you’ll read about: queer kids and their families and peers the medical/health care profession’s impact on queer kids the teachers and counselors of gay, lesbian, and bisexual youth how to alleviate harrassment, abuse, withdrawal, and loneliness the effects of familial denial, prejudiced counselors, and standoffish gay adults Being a kid is tough--but being a queer kid can be even tougher. Fortunately, Queer Kids is available for students, ministers, teachers, youth- and health-care workers, and especially the friends and families of teens who are working through the personal turbulence that too often accompanies sexual and emotional definition. Guided by its upfront approach and practical resource list of written, computer, and telephone aids, you’ll see that a solution is not as distant as you think. Read it, and relearn what it means to be a kid again.
A team of expert academics and practitioners examines the life circumstances that impact Latino/a youth growing up in two cultures—their native culture and that of the United States. • Chapters from leading researchers across the United States who study Latino children and youth • A glossary • A bibliography