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The Resource Sexuality and relationships in the lives of people with intellectual disabilities : standing in my shoes, edited by Rohhss Chapman [and three others]

Sexuality and relationships in the lives of people with intellectual disabilities : standing in my shoes, edited by Rohhss Chapman [and three others]

Label
Sexuality and relationships in the lives of people with intellectual disabilities : standing in my shoes
Title
Sexuality and relationships in the lives of people with intellectual disabilities
Title remainder
standing in my shoes
Statement of responsibility
edited by Rohhss Chapman [and three others]
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Wide-ranging, authoritative and grounded in the expertise of people with intellectual disabilities, this book offers an authentic account of the challenges those with intellectual disabilities face in their relationships and sex lives across the globe and explores what society needs to do to respect their rights
Dewey number
306.7087
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Chapman, Rohhss,
  • Ledger, Sue,
  • Townson, Louise,
  • Docherty, Daniel,
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • People with mental disabilities
  • Sex instruction for people with mental disabilities
Label
Sexuality and relationships in the lives of people with intellectual disabilities : standing in my shoes, edited by Rohhss Chapman [and three others]
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Sexuality and Relationships in the Lives of People with Intellectual Disabilities: Standing in my Shoes; Acknowledgements; A note on terminology in this book; Part I. The international perspective; Chapter 1. Introduction to the book: Standing in My Shoes; Chapter 2. Stories from around the globe; Chapter 3. Intimacy and oppression: A Historical Perspective; Chapter 4. Ebba and Jonni: This is Our Story; Chapter 5. 'I would have broken the law several times ... ': Reflecting on the Criminal Law Sexual Offences Act (1993) in the Republic of Ireland
  • Chapter 6. 'Once in six weeks? That's not a relationship!': Stories About Love, Relationships and Sex from Self-Advocates Living in FlandersChapter 7. The paradox of intimacy in Japan: Shifting Objects of Affection; Chapter 8. The Maltese Odyssey: Issues of Sexuality and Parenting for People with Intellectual Disability; Chapter 9. 'Molly is just like me': Peer Education and Life Stories in Sexuality Programmes in Australia; Chapter 10. Emerging themes from Part 1; Part II. A UK experience; Chapter 11. Law, policy and diversity: Exploring the Gap between Rhetoric and Real Life
  • Chapter 12. Promoting sexualities and protecting from abuseChapter 13. 'Far more people were able to have sex lives': Sexual Relationships and Reproductive Control in Learning Disability Institutions; Chapter 14. 'This is my time, my life, the way I am': Experiences of Being Transgendered in a Rural Setting; Chapter 15. Clare's story: Gay Women Might Need a Rainbow Fairy Group; Chapter 16. Good As You 2 (GAY2): A Peer Support Group for Intellectually Disabled LGBT People; Chapter 17. 'I have been blessed to have a very good support worker': Experiences Related to Ethnicity and Diversity
  • Chapter 18. The final frontier: Young People with Learning Difficulties and Sex EducationChapter 19. 'Women like soaps and men like football': The Men's Room: Intellectually Disabled Men Talking About their Views on Women, Relationships and Sex; Chapter 20. Intellectually disabled people who sell or Who are sold for sex in the UK: An Exploration; Chapter 21. Working in partnership: The Editors' Story; Chapter 22. Emerging themes from Part 2; Chapter 23. Re-visiting the research questions and future recommendations; Appendices
  • Appendix 1. Examples of publications from The Open University Social History Of Learning Disability GroupAppendix 2. An Accessible Human Rights Act; Appendix 3. The law and other rules we work with; Appendix 4. The Sexual Respect Tool Kit; Subject Index; Blank Page; Author Index
Control code
ocn896852988
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (322 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780857005304
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other physical details
illustrations, portraits
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)896852988
Label
Sexuality and relationships in the lives of people with intellectual disabilities : standing in my shoes, edited by Rohhss Chapman [and three others]
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Sexuality and Relationships in the Lives of People with Intellectual Disabilities: Standing in my Shoes; Acknowledgements; A note on terminology in this book; Part I. The international perspective; Chapter 1. Introduction to the book: Standing in My Shoes; Chapter 2. Stories from around the globe; Chapter 3. Intimacy and oppression: A Historical Perspective; Chapter 4. Ebba and Jonni: This is Our Story; Chapter 5. 'I would have broken the law several times ... ': Reflecting on the Criminal Law Sexual Offences Act (1993) in the Republic of Ireland
  • Chapter 6. 'Once in six weeks? That's not a relationship!': Stories About Love, Relationships and Sex from Self-Advocates Living in FlandersChapter 7. The paradox of intimacy in Japan: Shifting Objects of Affection; Chapter 8. The Maltese Odyssey: Issues of Sexuality and Parenting for People with Intellectual Disability; Chapter 9. 'Molly is just like me': Peer Education and Life Stories in Sexuality Programmes in Australia; Chapter 10. Emerging themes from Part 1; Part II. A UK experience; Chapter 11. Law, policy and diversity: Exploring the Gap between Rhetoric and Real Life
  • Chapter 12. Promoting sexualities and protecting from abuseChapter 13. 'Far more people were able to have sex lives': Sexual Relationships and Reproductive Control in Learning Disability Institutions; Chapter 14. 'This is my time, my life, the way I am': Experiences of Being Transgendered in a Rural Setting; Chapter 15. Clare's story: Gay Women Might Need a Rainbow Fairy Group; Chapter 16. Good As You 2 (GAY2): A Peer Support Group for Intellectually Disabled LGBT People; Chapter 17. 'I have been blessed to have a very good support worker': Experiences Related to Ethnicity and Diversity
  • Chapter 18. The final frontier: Young People with Learning Difficulties and Sex EducationChapter 19. 'Women like soaps and men like football': The Men's Room: Intellectually Disabled Men Talking About their Views on Women, Relationships and Sex; Chapter 20. Intellectually disabled people who sell or Who are sold for sex in the UK: An Exploration; Chapter 21. Working in partnership: The Editors' Story; Chapter 22. Emerging themes from Part 2; Chapter 23. Re-visiting the research questions and future recommendations; Appendices
  • Appendix 1. Examples of publications from The Open University Social History Of Learning Disability GroupAppendix 2. An Accessible Human Rights Act; Appendix 3. The law and other rules we work with; Appendix 4. The Sexual Respect Tool Kit; Subject Index; Blank Page; Author Index
Control code
ocn896852988
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (322 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780857005304
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other physical details
illustrations, portraits
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)896852988

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