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  1. Fostering Eroticism in Science Education to Promote Erotic Generosities for the Ocean-Other.Rachel Luther - 2013 - Educational Studies: Journal of the American Educational Studies Association 49 (5):409-429.
    Despite the increase in marine science curriculum in secondary schools, marine science is not generally required curricula and has been largely deemphasized or ignored in relation to earth science, biology, chemistry, and physics. I call for the integration and implementation of marine science more fully in secondary science education through authentic inquiry practices that foster the development of an erotic relationship with the ocean. Such a relationship can provide an opportunity to develop ocean literacy if that means people who engage (...)
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  • Educational Reflections on the “Ecological Crisis”: EcoJustice, Environmentalism, and Sustainability.Michael P. Mueller - 2009 - Science & Education 18 (8):1031-1056.
  • School Lunch is Not a Meal: Posthuman Eating as Folk Phenomenology.Bradley Rowe & Samuel Rocha - 2015 - Educational Studies: Journal of the American Educational Studies Association 51 (6):482-496.
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