Exploring the implications of the internet and bio-technologies for intimate and sexual life, this book discusses the concept of citizenship in relation to the extension of public health through the internet, and reveals concerns that ...
Author: M. Davis
Category: Social Science
Exploring the implications of the internet and bio-technologies for intimate and sexual life, this book discusses the concept of citizenship in relation to the extension of public health through the internet, and reveals concerns that sexually transmitted infections and HIV are associated with such technologies.
The greatest debt is to LSHTM Masters students who, during successive years of taking the Sexual Health course, have helped shape the ... By permission of Deborah Kowal (Executive Editor of Contraceptive Technology) and James Trussell.
Author: Kaye Wellings
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
Category: Political Science
This timely book introduces social aspects of the study of sexual health and their application to public health practice. The book addresses five key themes: Conceptual and theoretical aspects of sexual health, Sexual health outcomes of Risk and Vulnerability, Improving sexual health status and Measuring and assessing sexual health status. The authors consider each of these themes within their cultural and historical context and illustrate topics with international examples and case studies. Key features of the book include:A spotlight on populations rather than individuals, and a focus on the prevention of ill health and promotion of well being. A global perspective; the book makes the distinction between developing and developed countries, but recognises that inequalities are to be found within as well as between countries. A view of sexual behaviour as socially learned rather than biologically given and so as amenable to change and intervention to improve sexual health status.An emphasis on ways in which risk and vulnerability are products, not only of individual behaviours, but of the social context in which they are practiced.Written by authors with a wide range of experience, this book will be a valuable resource for public health practitioners and those studying and working in the area of sexual health. Understanding Public Health is an innovative series published by Open University Press in collaboration with the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. Series Editors: Ros Plowman and Nicki Thorogood Contributors: Sevgi O Aral, Chris Bonell, Helen Burchett, Joanna Busza, Martine Collumbien, Simon Forrest, Rebecca French, Claudia Garcia-Moreno, Anna Glasier, Jami Leichliter, Kirstin Mitchell, Will Nutland, Thomas Peterman, Elisabeth Pisani, Kaye Wellings, Meg Wiggins and Maria Zuurmond.
Davis, Mark, Sex, Technology and Public Health, Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2009. Davis, Natalie Zemon, Trickster Travels: A Sixteenth-Century Muslim Between Worlds, New York: Hill & Wang, 2006. ——, Fiction in the Archives: Pardon Tales and ...
Author: Sarah Toulalan
The Routledge History of Sex and the Body provides an overview of the main themes surrounding the history of sexuality from 1500 to the present day. The history of sex and the body is an expanding field in which vibrant debate on, for instance, the history of homosexuality, is developing. This book examines the current scholarship and looks towards future directions across the field. The volume is divided into fourteen thematic chapters, which are split into two chronological sections 1500 – 1750 and 1750 to present day. Focusing on the history of sexuality and the body in the West but also interactions with a broader globe, these thematic chapters survey the major areas of debate and discussion. Covering themes such as science, identity, the gaze, courtship, reproduction, sexual violence and the importance of race, the volume offers a comprehensive view of the history of sex and the body. The book concludes with an afterword in which the reader is invited to consider some of the ‘tensions, problems and areas deserving further scrutiny’. Including contributors renowned in their field of expertise, this ground-breaking collection is essential reading for all those interested in the history of sexuality and the body.
The 'loss of community' and other problems for sexual citizenship in recent HIV prevention. Sociology of Health and Illness 30, 2: 182–196. —– 2009. Sex, Technology and Public Health. Houndmills UK: Palgrave. Davis, M., G. Hart, ...
Author: Mark Davis
Category: Social Science
Disclosure is a frequently used but rarely interrogated concept in health and social welfare. Abuse, disability, sexuality and health status can be ‘disclosed’ to peers and professionals, and on some occasions, disclosure is a requirement and not a choice. This innovative collection examines the new social and political implications of disclosure practices in health and illness. We make our identities and our connections with others by sharing life stories, experiences and innermost desires and are often asked to disclose facts about our lives, bodies and minds, at times with unintended consequences. Yet how and what, why and when people ‘disclose’ – and perceive, question and expose – and in what ways, has rarely received critical analytic attention. The contributors take up these problems by foregrounding the many shades of disclosure: from the secret, through the telling of diagnosis, to the more prosaic sharing of narratives from everyday life. The processes and implications of disclosing are addressed in areas such as: illness trajectories and end-of-life decisions; ethical research practices; medical procedures; and interpersonal relationships. Exploring the idea of disclosure as a moral imperative and a social act, this book offers a diverse range of empirical case studies, social theories and methodological insights to show how dominant and normative understandings of social relationships and their obligations shape our understanding of acts of disclosure, enquiry and exposure. It will be of interest to students and academics with an interest in narrative studies, medical anthropology, bioethics, health psychology, health studies and the sociology of health and illness.
Release on 2016-09-12 | by Management Association, Information Resources
The focus of this chapter is on how youth and young adults, especially urban youth of color, use technology for their health (especially sex and reproductive health). CURRENT STATE OF YOUTH HEALTH EDUCATION The picture depicted by the ...
Author: Management Association, Information Resources
Publisher: IGI Global
The prevention and treatment of diseases is a primary concern for any nation in modern society. To maintain an effective public health system, procedures and infrastructure must be analyzed and enhanced accordingly. Public Health and Welfare: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications provides a comprehensive overview of the latest research perspectives on public health initiatives and promotion efforts. Highlighting critical analyses and emerging innovations on an international scale, this book is a pivotal reference source for professionals, researchers, academics, practitioners, and students interested in the improvement of public health infrastructures.
9th International Conference, C&C 2021, Held as Part of the 23rd HCI International Conference, HCII 2021, ... Ryan, T.: Teaching and technology: issues, caution and concerns. ... Davis, M.: Sex, Technology and Public Health.
Author: Matthias Rauterberg
Publisher: Springer Nature
The two-volume set LNCS 12794-12795 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Culture and Computing, C&C 2021, which was held as part of HCI International 2021 and took place virtually during July 24-29, 2021. The total of 1276 papers and 241 posters included in the 39 HCII 2021 proceedings volumes was carefully reviewed and selected from 5222 submissions. The papers included in the HCII-C&C volume set were organized in topical sections as follows: Part I: ICT for cultural heritage; technology and art; visitors’ experiences in digital culture; Part II: Design thinking in cultural contexts; digital humanities, new media and culture; perspectives on cultural computing.
At the intersections of global queer activism and Internet policy, this case study of .gay is not about a domain, ... International Journal of Sexuality and Gender Studies 7(2/3), 85–106. ... Sex, technology and public health.
Author: Paul G Nixon
Category: Social Science
Shifts in societal development resulting from economic and technological advancements have had an impact upon the development of human sexuality and behaviour, and with the expansion of developments such as the Internet and associated technologies, it is likely that further societal shifts will ensue. This book recognises the importance of new digital spaces for discourses surrounding sexuality, examining issues such as pornography; sex education and health; LGBTQ sexualities; polysexuality or polyamory; abstention; sexual abuse and violence; erotic online literature; sex therapy; teledildonics; sex and gaming; online dating; celebrity porn; young people and sexual media; and sexting and sextainment, all of which are prominently affected by the use of digital media. With case studies drawn from the US, the UK and Europe, Sex in the Digital Age engages in discussion about the changing acceptance of sex in the 21st century and part played in that by digital media, and considers the future of sex and sexuality in an increasingly digital age. It will therefore appear to scholars across the social sciences with interests in gender and sexuality, new technologies and media and cultural studies.
Report prepared for the San Francisco AIDS foundation by Communications Technology . ... Calabrese , L. Harris , B , ct al ( 1987 ) : Analysis of Variables Impacting on Safe Sexual Bchavior Among Homosexual Men in an Area of Low ...
Media, Culture, and the Politics of a Digital Age Ted Gournelos, David J. Gunkel ... Sex, Technology and Public Health. ... The “Pinking” ofViagra Culture: Drug Industry Efforts to Create and Repackage Sex Drugs for Women.
Author: Ted Gournelos
Publisher: A&C Black
Category: Social Science
Addresses the multifaceted aspects of transgression in the digital age, from piracy to audio mashups.
Durie, M. (2001) Mauri Ora: The dynamics of Maori health, Auckland: Oxford University Press. ... young Aboriginal people in Albany, Perth: National Centre for Research into the Prevention of Drug Abuse, Curtin University of Technology.
Author: Peter Aggleton
Category: Health & Fitness
Sexual practices and drug use among the young are examined in this book, calling into question mainstream assumptions about ‘adolescence’. Bringing together a range of cross-cultural and cross-national contributions, the book reveals both similarities and important differences that mark sexuality and drug use among young in different social and cultural settings. In doing so, it allows the reader to build up a clearer understanding of the challenges that must be faced in public health and education if we are to develop programs and interventions that really serve the needs of young people. The book will be of interest to professionals working with young people and is suitable for a wide range of multidisciplinary courses covering areas such as human sexuality, sex education, public health and social work.
Release on 1978 | by National Institutes of Health (U.S.). Bureau of Health Manpower
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Author: National Institutes of Health (U.S.). Bureau of Health Manpower
Sexed Up: Theorizing the Sexualization of Culture. Sexualities 9 (1):77–94. Attwood, Feona. 2007. No Money Shot? Commerce, Pornography and New Sex Taste Cultures. Sexualities 10 (4):441–456. ... Sex, Technology and Public Health.
Author: Ken Hillis
Publisher: MIT Press
Investigations of affective experiences that emerge in online settings that range from Facebook discussion forums to “smart” classrooms. Our encounters with websites, avatars, videos, mobile apps, discussion forums, GIFs, and nonhuman intelligent agents allow us to experience sensations of connectivity, interest, desire, and attachment—as well as detachment, boredom, fear, and shame. Some affective online encounters may arouse complex, contradictory feelings that resist dualistic distinctions. In this book, leading scholars examine the fluctuating and altering dynamics of affect that give shape to online connections and disconnections. Doing so, they tie issues of circulation and connectivity to theorizations of networked affect. Their diverse investigations—considering subjects that range from online sexual dynamics to the liveliness of computer code—demonstrate the value of affect theories for Internet studies. The contributors investigate networked affect in terms of intensity, sensation, and value. They explore online intensities that range from Tumblr practices in LGBTQ communities to visceral reactions to animated avatars; examine the affective materiality of software in such platforms as steampunk culture and nonprofit altporn; and analyze the ascription of value to online activities including the GTD (“getting things done”) movement and the accumulation of personal digital materials. Contributors James Ash, Alex Cho, Jodi Dean, Melissa Gregg, Ken Hillis, Kylie Jarrett, Tero Karppi, Stephen Maddison, Susanna Paasonen, Jussi Parikka, Michael Petit, Jennifer Pybus, Jenny Sundén, Veronika Tzankova
Release on 1917 | by United States. Superintendent of Documents
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Author: United States. Superintendent of Documents
Inscribing sexual health in the logic of biopolitics Mutual responsibility between individual and collective as well as the balance ... It was at the pivot of the two axes along which developed the entire political technology of life.
Author: Tony Sandset
This book provides a textual analysis of the implementation of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in health care. Using sexual health as a case study, the authors apply Foucault’s notions of biopower and biopolitics to discuss the power struggle between local needs and wants and universal ambitions embedded in the SDG ideology. Reproductive and sexual health are settings where health policy, religious and cultural norms, and gender policy meet personal and moral standards. As such, tensions, dilemmas, and conflicts are powerfully demonstrated in this interdisciplinary field of public health. Tensions, dilemmas and conflicts are particularly visible in reproductive and sexual health settings, where health policy meets personal or moral standards, gender policy, and religious and cultural norms. This book will be valuable supplementary material for graduate students and academics wishing to enhance their knowledge in the fields of global health, sexual health, reproductive health and rights, and cultural studies. The book will also be of interest to professionals and students within the disciplines of medical sociology, medical anthropology, sustainability studies, gender and sexuality studies, and public health.
... to a mainstream sexual health advocate for the sex industry (Sullivan 2007, 91133). it adopted the harm minimisation technology of sexual law reform as a pragmatic move, and aligned itself with the hiv/aiDS public health agenda, ...
Author: Samantha Murray
Category: Social Science
Somatechnics highlights the reciprocal bond between the sôma and the techné of 'the body' and the techniques in which bodies are formed and transformed as crafted responses to the world around us. Structured around the themes of the governance of social bodies, the gendering of sexed bodies and the techniques associated with the formation of the self, Somatechnics presents a groundbreaking study of body modification. Its contributions to the work of Spinoza, Nietzsche, Merleau-Ponty, Deluze and Guattari make it a must read for scholars of sociology, cultural and queer studies and philosophy.
His research has focused on various social and behavioral aspects of sexual health and HIV / AIDS . ... the Illinois Institute of Technology / Institute of Psychology and a behavioral health psychology student at John Stroger Hospital ...
Author: Richard D. McAnulty
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
This three-volume overview and summary of research data on a wide variety of sexual topics attempts to review what is known about human sexuality and how we know it.
Despite strong legal sanctions against sex - selective abortion , the availability of relatively cheap ultrasound technology has promoted this practice , Human Capital Investments In addition to deleterious health consequences for the ...
Number Number 78 GRADUATES OF SCHOOLS OF PUBLIC HEALTH IN THE UNITED STATES , BY SEX : ACADEMIC YEARS 1974-75 THROUGH ... 176 85 DEGREES CONFERRED IN MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY BY INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE UNITED STATES ...
Link PW , Darling C. Couples undergoing infertility treatment : dimensions of life satisfaction . J Sex Marital Ther 1986 ; 12 : 46-59 . II . Office of Technology Assessment ( US ) . Infertility - medical and social choices .
Pew Research Center: Internet, Science & Technology. https://www.pewresearch.org/internet /2018 /05/ 31 /teens -s ocial -media -technology ... #RealTalk Beta: A digital mosaic of insights and advice on sexual health from real teens.
Author: Angela Cooke-Jackson
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Communicating Intimate Health offers a collection of original research and theoretical work showcasing advances in intimate health scholarship from the field of communication studies, with a focus on the intersection of intimate health, gender, and race.