"Our body is our own body": The collective bodies of public health

Katherine Lepani*

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    This book is a new and exciting resource for teachers, students, and activists who aim to critically examine contemporary sexuality through the lens of sexual literacy and situated social analysis. This original anthology provides shorter cutting-edge essays on theory, method, and activism, including the nature of globalization and local sexuality discovered in ‘glocal’ topics, processes, and contexts. These cutting-edge essays inform readers of key moments in sexual history, including areas relating to research, practice, and social policy, and provide a platform from which to engage in rich discussion and forecast the development of sexual literacy in our world within multiple contexts.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationCritical Sexual Literacy
    Subtitle of host publicationForecasting Trends in Sexual Politics, Diversity and Pedagogy
    PublisherAnthem Press
    Number of pages8
    ISBN (Electronic)9781839980671
    ISBN (Print)9781839980664
    Publication statusPublished - 3 Aug 2021


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