Pregnant with Meaning: Teen Mothers and the Politics of Inclusive Schooling

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The “Emperor's-New-Clothes” Approach to Sexuality Education 153
The Teen Mothers Enter: Muted and Conflicting Voices 156
Chapter 8 Warning Labels: Stigma and the Popularizing of the Stories of Teen Mothers 161
The Appeal of Play-Building and the Pitfalls of Experience as a Building Block 162
Enter the Ethnographer, Stage Left 164
Building the Play 165
Performing the Play, Answering Questions 172
Interpreting the Play 176
Conclusion 182
Chapter 9 Studying Up, Down, and Across in Schools; Speaking About, For, and With Teen Mothers: Dilemmas of a Critical Feminist Ethnographer 185
Studying Up, Down, and Across in Schools: Fieldwork Dilemmas 188
Speaking About, For, and With Teen Mothers: Writing Dilemmas 204
Conclusion 209
Chapter 10 Teen Mothers and the Inclusive Ideal: Toward a Critical Feminist Stance 213
Reproductive Rights for All Women, Regardless of Age, Class, and Race 214
Nurturing Agency, Promoting Collective Social Responsibility 215
Challenging the Dependence-Independence Dichotomy 216
Challenging the Ideologies of the Good Mother and Good Father 218
Translating the Critical Feminist Stance into Policy 219
References 223
Index 249

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