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Giovani donne e sessualità
Titolo Rivista: SALUTE E SOCIETÀ 
Autori/Curatori: Sveva Magaraggia 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2013 Fascicolo: 2 Sessualità, salute, istituzioni. Dalle pratiche di controllo ai diritti e percorsi educativi. Elisabetta Ruspini (a cura di) Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  15 P. 115-129 Dimensione file:  112 KB
DOI:  10.3280/SES2013-002007
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This piece of work is a qualitative research on young women (aged between 19 and 21) and sexuality conducted in 2004; the journey begins from the discourses that were presented in the sex education classes at school and ends in their everyday practices and relationships. How do young women that identify themselves as feminist translate the feminist theories about sexuality in their sexual experiences? How impacts sexual school education in their attempts to make sense of their relationships and encounters?

Keywords: Giovani donne; sessualità, intimità, femminismo

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Sveva Magaraggia, in "SALUTE E SOCIETÀ" 2/2013, pp. 115-129, DOI:10.3280/SES2013-002007


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