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Object Matters - Condoms, Adolescence and Time

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Informationen zum Autor Nicole Vitellone is Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Liverpool Klappentext Focusing on the US, British and Australian contexts, Object matters addresses the impact of the discourse of safer sex on our lives and in particular the lives of adolescents. Addressing AIDS public health campaigns, sex education policies, sex research on adolescence and debates on the eroticization of safer sex, the author looks at how the condom has affected our awareness of ourselves, of one another and our futures. In her examination of the condom in the late twentieth century, Vitellone critically engages with a range of literatures including those concerned with sexuality, adolescence, methods, gender and the body. This book will be of interest to sex educators, academics as well as undergraduate and postgraduate students working in the areas of Sociology, History, Cultural Studies and Gender Studies. Zusammenfassung Produces an original empirical analysis of the discourse of safer sex! condom use and consent -- . Inhaltsverzeichnis 1.AIDS, the condom and the history of heterosexuality: an introduction2.Sex education and the condom3.Condoms and sex research4.Safer sex representations5.AIDS, porn and the condom6.The condom, gender and sexual difference7.Condoms and consent8.Conclusion: condoms, adolescence and timeBibliographyIndex

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Authors Nicole Vitellone
Publisher Manchester University Press
 
Languages English
Product format Paperback / Softback
Released 01.02.2013
 
EAN 9780719089336
ISBN 978-0-7190-8933-6
No. of pages 168
Subjects Guides > Self-help, everyday life > Family
Social sciences, law, business > Sociology > Sociological theories

Sex und Sexualität, soziale Aspekte, Soziologie: Familie und Beziehungen

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