By Peter Aggleton,Richard Parker,Felicity Thomas
The final two decades have visible a progress in multi-disciplinary paintings in the area of sexuality, tradition and overall healthiness. What was a suite of expert matters has been progressively mainstreamed. along this, a broader curiosity has built in ‘social’ and 'cultural’ components on the subject of sexuality and sexual well-being, from family members making plans and STI administration to gender and intimate associate violence and the technologisation of sex.
This e-book bargains a research-based assessment of key themes suitable to social and cultural views on sexuality and sexual well-being. starting with a longer creation and divided into six sections, it appears to be like at tradition, intercourse and gender, sexual range, intercourse paintings, migration and sexual violence. each one section opens with an article dialogue which locations the topic, and the chapters that keep on with, in a modern context. Six extra substantial chapters might be accessed on-line at www.routledge.com/cw/aggleton.
Including state-of-the-art conceptual and empirical fabric from around the globe, it is a key source for college kids in, and throughout, numerous educational disciplines within the social and healthiness sciences. it really is particularly appropriate for readers from sexuality stories, gender reports, improvement experiences, anthropology and sociology in addition to people with public overall healthiness and social paintings backgrounds.
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Culture, Health and Sexuality: An Introduction (Sexuality, Culture and Health) by Peter Aggleton,Richard Parker,Felicity Thomas