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Women's Studies Journal

Women's Studies Journal
1996 - 12:2

'Educating Sexuality'


  • Uniform Bodies? Disciplining Sexuality in School 1968-1995
    Sue Middleton
  • The Sex Education Component of School Science Programmes as a 'Micro-Technology' of Power
    Jane Gilbert
  • Learning Sexuality: Young Samoan Women
    AnneMarie Tupuola
  • Learning to be a Prostitute: Education and Training in the New Zealand Sex Industry
    Jody Hanson
  • Parties on Geography Fieldtrips: Embodied Fieldwork?
    Karen Nairn
  • 'Claiming an Identity They Taught Me to Despise': Lesbian Students Respond to the Regulation of Same Sex Desire
    Kathleen Quinlivan
  • Hetero-Sexing Girls: 'Distraction' and Single-Sex School Choice
    Sue Watson
Commentary - Men in Women's Space:
  • The Argument for Maintaining the Status Quo
    Linda Hill
  • The Argument for Change
    Alison Jones
  • Reading These Two Positions These Are Questions I Ask
    Aorewa McLeod
Book Reviews:
  • Nattering on the Net: Women, Power and Cyberspace, by Dale Spender, reviewed by Marion E.P. de Ras.
  • Te Pua, (eds)Linda Smith and Reina Whaitiri, reviewed by Aroha Harris.
  • 'My Hand Will Write What My Heart Dictates': The Unsettled Lives of Women in Nineteenth Century New Zealand as Revealed to Sisters, Family and Friends, (eds) Frances Porter and Charlotte Macdonald with Tui MacDonald, reviewed by Tiffany Urwin.
  • There is Hope for a Tree, by Pauline O'Regan, reviewed by Christine Cheyne.

Cover Photograph: Hairpin, Karyn Dempsey, 1995