Sexuality, Gender and Schooling: Shifting Agendas in Social Learning

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Notes

1

Fragments from a fading career: personal narratives and emotional investments

1
An earlier version of this chapter appeared in the Nordic Journal of Women's Studies (1997) 5(1):34-47.
2
I am indebted to Richard Johnson, course tutor for M. Soc.Sci. Cultural Studies at the University of Birmingham and leader of the course Cultural Formations and Social Identities in which this memory-work took shape. His teaching remains a source of support and inspiration.
3
Banding is a classificatory system used in UK secondary schools to place students in classes according to their academic ability. There were three bands in the school where I worked-upper, middle and lower.

3

Producing heterosexualities: the school as a site of discursive practices

1
This consists of a video and teaching materials available from CARE (Christian Association for Religious Education) London SW1 3YP. The video is directed by Norman Stone and Sonia Palmer. The sleeve notes of the video read, 'aimed at 14-15 year old PSHE students, Make Love Last presents the case for waiting for sex'.
2
In this much-publicised case of 1985, Victoria Gillick successfully brought a legal action against the Department of Health and Social Security to prevent under 16-year-olds from receiving contraceptive services without the knowledge and consent of their parents.

4

Agony aunts and absences: an analysis of a sex education class

1
An earlier version of this chapter was published in Melbourne Studies in Education, 40(2):127-48.
2
For a further discussion of these issues see Johnson (1996).
3
See Hollway (1989) for a discussion of discourses of male sexuality, especially the 'male sex-drive'.
4
I am indebted to Kate Corr for a consideration of these themes.

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