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Losing Out: Sexuality and Adolescent Girls epub

by Sue Lees


Losing Out: Sexuality and Adolescent Girls epub

ISBN: 0091641012

ISBN13: 978-0091641016

Author: Sue Lees

Category: Science

Subcategory: Behavioral Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: Hutchinson Educational (June 1, 1986)

Pages: 182 pages

ePUB book: 1901 kb

FB2 book: 1145 kb

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Graphic Sexual Content. Sugar and spice : sexuality and adolescent girls. by. Lees, Sue. Publication date. London, England : Penguin Books.

Losing Out: Sexuality and Adolescent Girls. Leisure Activities and Adolescent Sexual Behaviour. Olga van den Akker, Sue Lees. Policing Sexual Assault. Jeanne Gregory, Sue Lees.

Adolescent sexuality is a stage of human development in which adolescents experience and explore sexual feelings. Interest in sexuality intensifies during the onset of puberty, and sexuality is often a vital aspect of teenagers' lives. In humans, sexual interest may be expressed in a number of ways, such as flirting, kissing, masturbation, or having sex with a partner

Her early books, Losing Out (1986), on women and education, and Sugar And Spice, Sexuality And Adolescent Girls . Jan Rocha writes: I first saw Sue Lees in a Edinburgh University lecture room in the early 1960s, when we were fellow social work students

Jan Rocha writes: I first saw Sue Lees in a Edinburgh University lecture room in the early 1960s, when we were fellow social work students. She had blonde hair and laughing eyes, she was friendly and at ease, she enjoyed parties. She was already an iconoclast, with little time for stuffier tutors or students.

Losing out: Sexuality and adolescent girls. Adolescent girls, women and sexuality: discerning dilemmas of desire. Doing desire: adolescent girls’ struggle for/with sexuality. Levin, . & Kilbourne, J. (2008). Women & Therapy, 11, 55–69. Gender & Society, 8, 324–342. Tolman, D. Impett, E. Tracy, A. & Michael, A. (2006). Looking good, sounding good: feminist ideology and adolescent girls’ mental health. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 30, 85–95. Walkerdine, V. (1990).

Sue Lees Sugar and Spice: Sexuality and Adolescent Girls (Penguin Women's Studies). ISBN 13: 9780140168747. Sugar and Spice: Sexuality and Adolescent Girls (Penguin Women's Studies). ISBN 10: 0140168745 ISBN 13: 9780140168747. Publisher: Penguin Books, 1993.

New York: Bantam Books . Voices of a generation: Teenage girls on sex, school, and self. Adolescence is a moment when sexuality, identity, and relationships are heightened; at adolescence women begin to be vulnerable to losing touch with their own thoughts and feelings. Reporting from a larger study of adolescent girls' experiences of sexual desire, the author focuses on how adolescent girls who have different sexual orientations describe their experiences of sexuality and their responses to their own sexual desire. Cultural contexts that render girls' sexuality problematic and dangerous divert them from the possibilities of empowerment through their sexual desire. London: Hutchinson Education. Learning to love: Sexual reputation, morality and the social control of girls. In Cain, M. (E., Growing up good: Policing the behavior of girls in Europe (pp. 19–37).