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by Edward H. Clarke

  • ISBN: 1406846155
  • Category: Self-Help
  • Author: Edward H. Clarke
  • Subcategory: Sex
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Echo Library (July 17, 2007)
  • Pages: 64 pages
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Стр. 121 - disabled to a greater or less degree, or fatally injured, by these causes, is such as to excite the gravest alarm, and to demand the serious attention of the community.

Стр. The preceding physiological and pathological data naturally open the way to a consideration of the co-education of the sexes. Встречается в книгах (17) с 1873 по 2006.

Clarke, Edward H. (Edward Hammond), 1820-1877. Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Includes bibliographical references. You can read Sex in Education; Or, a Fair Chance for the Girls by Clarke, Edward H. (Edward Hammond), 1820-1877 in our library for absolutely free. Read various fiction books with us in our e-reader.

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The book, Sex in Education; or, A Fair Chance for the Girls, in which Dr. Clarke discussed his views on the education for boys and girls, caused great controversy, especially among women's rights activists. The book was so popular that it sold out in a week

The book, Sex in Education; or, A Fair Chance for the Girls, in which Dr. The book was so popular that it sold out in a week. In the 1870s, education was a much-debated topic, especially education for women. People at the time thought education for girls should be different from boys.

Edward h. clarke, . Member of the Massachusetts Medical Society; Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences; Late Professor of Materia Medica in Harvard College, Et. Etc. Boston: James R. Osgood and Company, (Late Ticknor & Fields, and Fields, Osgood, & C. 1875. Teachers and others interested in the education of girls, in different parts of the country, who read these reports, or heard of them, made inquiry, by letter or otherwise, respecting it. Various and conflicting criticisms were passed upon it. 20 - Education comprehends all that series of instruction and discipline which is intended to enlighten the understanding, correct the temper, and form the manners and habits of youth, and fit them for usefulness in their future stations. Встречается в книгах (76) с 1814 по 2007. A fair chance for girls. Edward h. Sex in Education; A fair chance for girls.

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Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: PART III. CHIEFLY CLINICAL. "Et Ton nous persuadera difflcilement que lorsque les hommes ont tant de peine a fitre hommes, lea femmes puis- aent, tout en restant femmes, devenir hommes aussi, mettant ainsi la main sur les deux roles, exercant la double mission, rc'sumant le double caractere de I'humamte! Nous perdrons la femme, et nous n'aurons pas 1'homme. Voila ce qui nous arrivera. On nous donnera ce quelque chose de inon- streux, cet etre repugnant, qui deja parait ii notre horizon." Le Comte A. De Gasparin. "Facts given in evidence are premises from which a conclusion is to be drawn. The first step in the exercise of this duty is to acquire a belief of the truth of the facts." Ram, on Facts. Clinical observation confirms the teachings of physiology. The sick chamber, not the schoolroom; the physician's private con=- saltation, 7iot the committee's public examination ; the hospital, not the college, theworkshop, or the parlor, disclose the sad results which modern social customs, modern education, and modern ways of labor, have entailed on women. Examples of them may be found in every walk of life. On the luxurious couches of Beacon Street; in the palaces of Fifth Avenue; among the classes of our private, common, and normal schools; among the female graduates of our colleges; behind the counters of Washington Street and Broadway; in our factories, workshops, and homes, may be found numberless pale, weak, neuralgic, dyspeptic, hysterical, men- orraghic, dysmenorrhosic girls and women, that are living illustrations of the truth of this brief monograph. It is not asserted here that improper methods of study, and a disregard of the reproductive apparatus and its functions, during the educational life of girls, are the sole causes of female diseases; neither is ...
Reviews about Sex in Education or, A Fair Chance for Girls (2):
Although the title is tricky (or seems like that for the modern readers), the book cries out for justice and for finding a way of concerving the feminine energies - threatened by the harsh American educational system of the nineteenth century.
The study or essay -as it is called by its author - has five parts: Introductory, Chiefly Physiological, Chiefly Clinical, Co-Education and The European Way.
If you are a girl or a woman, this essay will make you understand that your periodical cycle of your cathamenia or female ;"organisation" require some special needs as well as some slightly changes into your daily skedule; or more clearly said: you shouldn't work excessively in certain days of the month or else you could fall ill. In this book you can find many examples of girls and women, who ignored their physiological needs and worked in an manly manner, just to find themelves sick and unable to have children.
Although the study may seem a bit (or more) old-fashioned, because of its style and some of the situations; those who are interested in this subject might find the book interesting, if not inspiring.
I can say that it made me see and perceive a bit differently the period and the little sacrifices that it requires.
This talks about the importance of sex education, which I know is a very sensitive topic in America. However, it provides great and reliable information on the benefits.

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