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- Full title: Master the Wards: Obstetrics and Gynecology Flashcards 1st Edition
- Edition: 1st
- Copyright year: 2017
- Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education / Medical
- Author: Niket Sonpal; Conrad Fischer; Elizabeth V. August
- ISBN: 9780071834100, 9781317508205
- Format: PDF
Description of Master the Wards: Obstetrics and Gynecology Flashcards 1st Edition:
Moving beyond the traditional focus on curriculum and pedagogy, this volume explores hidden dimensions of sexuality education in schools and how sexual meanings are produced. Challenging the standard understandings of sexuality education, Allen discusses how students’ knowledge of sexualities is often learnt outside the official’ school curriculum in informal spaces such as the sports field, gym locker rooms and peer groups. By employing visual methods and analysing student photo-diaries, Allen’s original book captures a sexual culture of schooling that allow readers to literally see through young people’s eyes.’ Introducing theoretical ideas in relation to queer theory and new’ feminist new materialisms, this volume calls for a re-conceptualization of how sexuality comes into being at school, in order to take account of its material, spatial and embodied elements.