Language Sexuality And Education

Author: Helen Sauntson
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107126878
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A path-breaking study of the role played by language in constructing sexual identities in schools. It will be of keen interest to a wide audience of educational practitioners and academics in the fields of applied linguistics, gender studies and English language and linguistics.

Sexual Identities In English Language Education

Author: Cynthia D. Nelson
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1135591733
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What pedagogic challenges and opportunities arise as gay, lesbian, and queer themes and perspectives become an increasingly visible part of English language classes within a variety of language learning contexts and levels? What sorts of teaching practices are needed in order to productively explore the sociosexual aspects of language, identity, culture, and communication? How can English language teachers promote language learning through the development of teaching approaches that do not presume an exclusively heterosexual world? Drawing on the experiences of over 100 language teachers and learners, and using a wide range of research and theory, especially queer education research, this innovative, cutting-edge book skillfully interweaves classroom voices and theoretical analysis to provide informed guidance and a practical framework of macrostrategies English language teachers (of any sexual identification) can use to engage with lesbian/gay themes in the classroom. In so doing, it illuminates broader questions about how to address social diversity, social inequity, and social inquiry in a classroom context.

Linguistic Perspectives On Sexuality In Education

Author: Łukasz Pakuła
Editor: Springer Nature
ISBN: 3030640302
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Language And Sexuality

Author: Deborah Cameron
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521009690
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This lively and accessible textbook provides a clear introduction to the relationship between language and sexuality.

Researching Language Gender And Sexuality

Author: Helen Sauntson
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351794337
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Researching Language, Gender and Sexuality leads students through the process of undertaking research in order to explore how gender and sexuality are represented and constructed through language. Drawing on international research, Sauntson incorporates a fluid understanding of genders and sexualities and includes research on a diverse range of identities. This accessible guidebook offers an outline of the practical steps and ethical guidelines involved when gathering linguistic data for the purpose of investigating gender and sexuality. Each chapter contains up-to-date information and empirical case studies that relate to a range of topics within the field of language, gender and sexuality, as well as suggestions for how students could practically research the areas covered. Student-friendly, this is essential reading for undergraduate and postgraduate students of English language, linguistics and gender studies.

The Handbook Of Language Gender And Sexuality

Author: Susan Ehrlich
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119384206
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Significantly expanded and updated, the second edition of The Handbook of Language, Gender and Sexuality brings together a team of the leading specialists in the field to create a comprehensive overview of key historical themes and issues, along with methodologies and cutting-edge research topics. Examines the dynamic ways that women and men develop and manage gendered identities through their talk, presenting data and case studies from interactions in a range of social contexts and different communities Substantially updated for the second edition, including a new introduction, 24 newly-commissioned chapters, ten updated chapters, and a comprehensive index Includes new chapters on research in non-English speaking countries – from Asia to South America – and cutting-edge topics such as language, gender, and popular culture; language and sexual identities; and language, gender, and socio-phonetics New sections focus on key themes and issues in the field, such as methodological approaches to language and gender, incorporating new chapters on conversation analysis, critical discourse analysis, corpus linguistics, and variation theory Provides unrivalled geographic coverage and an essential resource for a wide range of disciplines, from linguistics, psychology, sociology, and anthropology to communication and gender studies

Sexuality Education

Author: Clint E. Bruess
Editor: Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN: 9780763747596
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Sexuality Education: Theory and Practice, Fourth Edition is designed to prepare future sexuality educators and administrators, as well as seasoned teachers about sexuality and also aims to clarify the false assumptions related to sexuality education. This one-of-a-kind resource provides comprehensive coverage of information and issues related to sexuality education and the skills needed to prepare sexuality educators.

Teaching Gender

Author: Tricia Szirom
Editor: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1351685805
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Originally published in 1988. This book provides a unique perspective on the creation of gender and the way in which sex education programs in schools contribute to this. Through a series of conversations with young people, a picture is developed of the way in which young women and young men view their own sexuality and that of the opposite sex. The book demonstrates that, in spite of the ‘sexual revolution’, young people’s sexuality is still expressed within traditional gender constraints. The research reveals that, in spite of its ‘radical’ reputation, current sex education policy is consistent with the rest of the school curriculum: in failing to address the links between gender stereotypes and the social construction of sexuality, sex education implicitly and explicitly reinforces traditional attitudes to women’s sexuality. The book provides a conceptual framework for the discussion of the construction of gender and the place of theories of sexuality within this: examples of young people’s attitudes and practice; an historical perspective for and current analysis of the provision of sex education; and, most important, practical strategies for change.

The Sexual Education Of Edith Wharton

Author: Gloria C. Erlich
Editor: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520911710
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Starting with the tensions in the early family constellation, Gloria C. Erlich traces Edith Wharton's erotic evolution—from her early repression of sexuality and her celibate marriage to her discovery of passion in a rapturous midlife love affair with the bisexual Morton Fullerton. Analyzing the novelist's life, letters, and fiction, Erlich reveals several interrelated identity systems—the filial, the sexual, and the creative—that evolved together over the course of Wharton's lifetime.

The Sexual Life Of English

Author: Shefali Chandra
Editor: Duke University Press
ISBN: 0822352273
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Chandra explores how English became an Indian language during the colonial period of 1850-1930. Using archival and literary sources, she focuses on elite language education for girls and women.

Readings On Teenagers And Sex Education

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The Routledge Handbook Of Language Gender And Sexuality

Author: Jo Angouri
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1315514834
File Size: 24,87 MB
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The Routledge Handbook of Language, Gender, and Sexuality provides an accessible and authoritative overview of this dynamic and growing area of research. Covering cutting-edge debates in eight parts, it is designed as a series of mini edited collections, enabling the reader, and particularly the novice reader, to discover new ways of approaching language, gender, and sexuality. With a distinctive focus both on methodologies and theoretical frameworks, the Handbook includes 40 state-of-the art chapters from international authorities. Each chapter provides a concise and critical discussion of a methodological approach, an empirical study to model the approach, a discussion of real-world applications, and further reading. Each section also contains a chapter by leading scholars in that area, positioning, through their own work and chapters in their part, current state-of-the-art and future directions. This volume is key reading for all engaged in the study and research of language, gender, and sexuality within English language, sociolinguistics, discourse studies, applied linguistics, and gender studies.

For Sex Education See Librarian

Author: Martha Cornog
Editor: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313290220
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An annotated bibliography includes information on the role of libraries in sex education

Teenage Sexuality

Author: John Christopher Coleman
Editor: Taylor & Francis US
ISBN: 9789057023088
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This book reviews current knowledge and research in key areas of adolescent sexuality, focusing on the implications of this for young people's sexual health. The book includes chapters on adolescent sexual knowledge, teenage relationships and sexual behaviour, HIV/AIDS education, sexual identity, peer education and the prevention of teenage pregnancy. The book is aimed at all those who work with young people, including those involved in health education, youth work, sex education and those in youth organisations. The book is written in straightforward language, with the aim of disseminating relevant research to all those who work with young people. The focus of the book is on understanding the implications of research in this area for young people's sexual health, risk reduction and education.

Understanding Human Sexuality

Author: Janet Shibley Hyde
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The Oxford Handbook Of Language And Society

Author: Ofelia García
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190212896
File Size: 52,65 MB
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Contributors explore a range of sociolinguistic topics, including language variation, language ideologies, bi/multilingualism, language policy, linguistic landscapes, and multimodality. Each chapter provides a critical overview of the limitations of modernist positivist perspectives, replacing them with novel, up-to-date ways of theorizing and researching. [Publisher]

Language Nature Gender And Sexuality

Author: Elizabeth Rodriguez Kessler
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Teaching Health Education In Language Diverse Classrooms

Author: Columbia Heights Public Schools Columbia Heights Minnesota Robert Wandberg
Editor: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
ISBN: 1449673783
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With its user-friendly question and answer format, Teaching Health Education in Language Diverse Classrooms guides prospective and current health education teachers in elementary and secondary school settings in designing, implementing, assessing, and evaluating active, achievement focused activities for diverse learners. The activities in this text are designed to increase all student learning, achievement, and success in the learner diverse regular education classroom. Each chapter provides best practices and models for replication and suggestions for instructional success. The variety of instructional strategies in Teaching Health Education in Language Diverse Classrooms helps facilitate the student s development in critical thinking, problem solving, and performance skills."