Sex, Technology and Public Health (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
198
Utgivningsdatum
2008-11-27
Förlag
Palgrave Macmillan
Illustrationer
VII, 198 p.
Dimensioner
222 x 133 x 19 mm
Vikt
362 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
1 Hardback
ISBN
9780230525627
Sex, Technology and Public Health (inbunden)

Sex, Technology and Public Health

Innovation and Imperative

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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.
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'Sex, Technology and Public Health is an interdisciplinary text, which will appeal to anyone working within health care, media studies, sociology or politics. One of the book's best qualities is its readability on a number of levels, feeding both the research interests of experts in this field, while remaining accessible to new readers interested in examining these very current social topics...This is essential reading for anyone interested in such forms of communication.' - The Kelvingrove Review

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MARK DAVIS is Lecturer in Sociology in the Department of Sociology, Monash University, Australia. He has published articles and book chapters addressing the technological mediations of sexual life and public health.

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Acknowledgements Introduction Technologies and sexual citizenship Internet-mediated Sexual Practices HIV Bio-technologies and Sexual Practice Innovation and Imperative Technological Visibilities The Reshaping of Public Health Conclusion Bibliography Index