Sexuality, Gender and Schooling: Shifting Agendas in Social Learning

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Index

a
abjection 141 -5, 162
abstinence 61 -2
abuse, sexual 87 - 91
accountability 51
Acker, K. 99
adolescence 65 -6
African-Caribbean masculinities 156 -7
agency 61 -2, 208 ;
body-reflexive practice 132 , 141 ;
discursive practices and 57 - 71 , 202 ;
sex education and student cultures 65 - 71 , 71
aggression 148 -9;
see also violence
'agony aunts' see problem pages, sex education lesson
Agony Aunts video 74 -5
alcohol 80
Alderson, C. 100
Altman, M. 119
ambivalence 189 -90
arranged marriage 157 -8
Asians 157 -9
Association of Teachers of African, Caribbean and Associated Literature (ATCAL) 26
assumed knowledge 122 -5, 134
assumptions:
cultural assumptions and sexuality 35 -6;
teachers' 15 - 16
authoritarian approach 194
auto/biographical methods 11 - 14 ;
Kehily's personal narratives 10 - 32 , 200 -1;
teachers' work and culture 167 -8, 172 -99, 205

b
balkanisation 166
Ball, S.J. 15 , 51
banding system 15 , 215
banking concept of education 23
Barker, M. 104 -5, 106 , 112 , 160
becoming a teacher 173 -6
Benton, M. 27
Benton, P. 27
binary opposites 5 , 34 ;
teacher/pupil relations 170 -1
biographies, sexual 176 -85;
see also auto/biographical methods
biological determinism 186 -7
bio-power 24 , 129
black masculinities 156 -7
blame:
self-blame and sexual abuse 87 - 91 ;
teachers and schools as objects of 51
body 18 - 19 , 204 , 210 , 213 ;
fetishisation of women's bodies 142 ;
institutions and embodiment of masculinities 132 -3;
maternal body 85 -6;
theorising 129 -32;
young men, disgust, abjection and 141 -5, 204
body-reflexive practice 132 , 141
Bordo, S. 213
boundaries 97 -8
Bourdieu, P. 130
bravado 124 , 134 -5

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