Rasmussen, Cover, Aggleton and Marshall provide a critical examination of sexual citizenship, by exploring key conceptual ideas that often underpin commonplace understandings of sexuality, citizenship and social justice, and trying to unsettle them. The chapter then explores how curriculum reform intersects with debates about sexual citizenship and social justice in education. The authors then turn to some of the critiques of educational reforms associated with citizenship discourses in the area of disability, religion and what Quinn and Meiners term ‘gay wins’. The chapter concludes with some provocations for future research related to sexuality education, education and belonging that purposefully eschews ‘citizenship’.
|Title of host publication||The Palgrave International Handbook of Education for Citizenship and Social Justice|
|Editors||Andrew Peterson, Robert Hattam, Michalinos Zembylas , James Arthur|
|Number of pages||24|
|Publication status||Published - 20 Oct 2016|