Items where SHU Author is "Wood, Rachel"

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DEAN, Jon and WOOD, Rachel (2017). ‘You can try to press different emotional buttons’: The conflicts and strategies of eliciting emotions for fundraisers. International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing, 22 (4), e1603.


HIRST, Julia, WOOD, Rachel and BURNS-O'CONNELL, Georgina (2017). Initiatives to support the inclusion of pleasure in sexual health and sex education work with young people An impact evaluation. Project Report. Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University.

WOOD, Rachel (2016). ‘You do act differently when you're in it’: lingerie and femininity. Journal of Gender Studies, 25 (1), 10-23.

WOOD, Rachel (2015). Sexual consumption within sexual labour: producing and consuming erotic texts and sexual commodities. Porn Studies, 2 (2-3), 250-262.


HIRST, Julia, WOOD, Rachel and MARSHALL, Daisy (2018). ‘Boys think it's just a hairless hole’: Young people’s reflections on binary and heteronormative pedagogies in school based sexualities education. In: SANJAKDAR, Fida and YIP, Andrew, (eds.) Critical pedagogy, sexuality education, and young people. New York, Peter Lang.

WOOD, Rachel and LITHERLAND, Benjamin (2018). Critical feminist hope: the encounter of neoliberalism and popular feminism in WWE 24: Women’s Evolution. Feminist Media Studies, 18 (5), 905-922.

WOOD, Rachel (2017). Consumer sexualities: women and sex shopping. Sexualities in Society . London, Routledge. (In Press)

WOOD, Rachel (2017). Look good, feel good: sexiness and sexual pleasure in neoliberalism. In: ELIAS, Ana Sofia, GILL, Rosalind and SCHARFF, Christina, (eds.) Aesthetic labour: rethinking beauty politics in neoliberalism. Dynamics of Virtual Work . Palgrave Macmillan. (In Press)

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