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Sex Education in the New Zealand Primary School: a tangled skein of morality, religion, politics and the law / John A. Clark (23-30)
Sex Education - the issues when working with boys / Gillian L. S. Hilton (31-41).
Telling Them Their Own Stories: legitimizing sexual and reproductive health education in rural Bangladesh / Kathleen Cash; Sharful Islam Khan; Hashima -E- Nasreen; Abbas Bhuiya; Sadia Chowdhury; A. Mushtaque; R. Chowdhury (43-57).
‘Living in Different Worlds’: gender differences in the developing sexual values and attitudes of primary school children / J. Mark Halstead; Susan Waite (59-76).
‘Who Guards the Guards in Schools?’ A Study of Reported Cases of Child Abuse by Teachers in Zimbabwean Secondary Schools / Almon Shumba (77-86).
School-based Sex Education in Russia: the current reality and prospects / Boris Yu. Shapiro (87-96).
Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. (2001). Volume 1 Issue 2.
Closing Sex Education’s Knowledge/Practice Gap: the reconceptualisation of young people’s sexual knowledge / Louisa Allen (109-122).
The Internal Triangle: self, peers and society in boys’ identity formation with implications for sexual health education / Barbara M. Walker (123-136
Leisure Activities and Adolescent Sexual Behaviour / O. B. A. Van Den Akker; S. Lees (137-147).
The Role of External Professionals in Education about Sexual Orientationótowards good practice / Nicola Douglas; Sophie Kemp; Peter Aggleton; Ian Warwick (149-162).
Family and Sex Education: a survey of parental attitudes / Alexandros Kakavoulis (163-174)
Teaching Sexuality Education in High Schools: what qualities do Australian teachers value? / Jan Milton; Linda Berne; Judith Peppard; Wendy Patton; Lynne Hunt; Sue Wright (175-186).
Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. (2001). Volume 1 Issue 3.
Sexuality Education across the Lifecycle in the New Millennium / Juliette D. G. Goldman; Graham L. Bradley (197-217).
Without Sex Education: exploring the social and sexual vulnerabilities of rural Bangladeshi girls and boys / Kathleen Cash Hashima-E-Nasreen; Ayesha Aziz; Abbas Bhuiya; A. Mushtaque; R. Chowdhury; Sadia Chowdhury (219-233).
Moral Democratic Education and Homosexuality: censoring morality’ by John Petrovic: a rejoinder / John Beck (235-244).
So Many Bricks in the Wall: young women in Nova Scotia speak about barriers to school-based sexual health education / Donald Langille; David MacKinnon; Emily Marshall; Janice Graham (245-257).
The Hybrid Construction of Sexuality in Mexico and its Impact on Sex Education / Ana Amuchstegui Herrera (259-277).
Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. (2002). Volume 2 Issue 1.
Sex, Pregnancy, and Contraception-related Motivators and Barriers among Latino and African-American Youth in Washington, DC / Sigrid J. Aarons; Renee R. Jenkins (5-30).
A Multidimensional Approach to Sexual Education / Debbie Mabray; Bill J. Labauve (31-44).
Sexual Harassment of College Students by Lecturers in Zimbabwe / Almon Shumba; Antony Erinas Masiki Matina (45-59).
The Things Girls Shouldn’t See: relocating the penis in sex education in Hong Kong / P. Sik Ying Ho; A. Ka Tat Tsang (61-73).
Sexuality in the Science Classroom: one teacher’s methods in a college biology course / Anne-Marie Scholer (75-86).
Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. (2002). Volume 2 Issue 2.
Reflexive Practice: the relationship between social research and health promotion in HIV prevention / Susan Kippax; Paul Kinder (91-104).
‘If you say to them that they have to use condoms, some of them might use them. It is like drinking alcohol or smoking’: an educational intervention with Japanese senior high school students / Genaro Castro-Vzquez; Izumi Kishi (105-117).
Education for Diversity in a Multisexual Society: negotiating the contradictions of contemporary discourse / Elizabeth Atkinson (119-132)
Values, Obligations and ‘Good Lives’: how useful is bioethics to sex educators? / Peter Duncan (133-144).
Promoting Democracy and Overcoming Heterosexism: and never the twain shall meet? / John E. Petrovic (145-154).
Out of Harmony on the Cherokee Boundary: clinics, culture and the sex ed curriculum / James T. Sears (155-169).
What are Little Boys Made Of, Made Of? Victorian Art and the Formation of Gender / Nicholas Addison (171-182).
Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. (2002). Volume 2 Issue 3.
A Comparison of Students’ Evaluations of a Peer-delivered Sex Education Programme and Teacher-led Provision / Simon Forrest; Vicki Strange; Ann Oakley (195-214).
Sexing the Subject: teachers, pedagogies and sex education / Mary Jane Kehily (215-231).
The Salience and Utility of School Sex Education to Young Women / Katie Buston; Daniel Wight (233-250).
Get Your Freak on: how black girls sexualise identity / Debbie Weekes (251-262).
‘It’s Just Really Hard to Come to Terms With’: young people’s views on homosexuality / Sue Sharpe (263-277).
From research to practice / Simon Blake (279-282).
Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. (2003). Volume 3 Number 1, April.
HIV/AIDS School-based Education in Selected Asia-Pacific Countries / Gary Smith, Susan Kippax A1, Peter Aggleton, Paul Tyrer.
Can Sex Education be Practical? / John Wilson.
Listening to the Boys: English boys’ views on the desirable characteristics of teachers of sex education / Gillian L. S. Hilton.
Power, Bodies and Identity: how different forms of physical education construct varying masculinities and femininities in secondary schools / Carrie Paechter.
The Trouble of Teen Sex: the construction of adolescent sexuality through school-based sexuality education / Laina Y. Bay-Cheng.
Peer Risk Behavior and Denial of HIV/AIDS Among Adolescents / Hasida Ben-Zur.
Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. (2003). Volume 3 Number 2, July.
Embodied [by] Dance: adolescent de/constructions of body, sex and gender in physical education / Libby Balter Blume.
Moving and Belonging: dance, sport and sexuality / Michael Gard.
What Does Puberty Mean to Adolescents? Teaching and learning about bodily development / Joseph A. Diorio, Jenny Munro.
The Hostile Vagina: reading vaginal discourse in a school health text / Kim J. Elliott.
Bodies That Matter: transgenderism, innocence and the politics of ‘unprofessional’ pedagogy / Kristen V. Luschen, Lesley Bogad.
Resume in Motion: sensory self-awareness through movement / Carol A. Mullen, Mary Beth Cancienne.
Interrupting Discourses Around Gender Through Collective Memory Work and Collaborative Curriculum Research in Middle School / Kiran D. Purohit, Christopher Walsh.
Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. (2003). Volume 3 Number 3, November.
Thinking About ‘Sex’ in Education / Myra J. Hird.
Developing Relationships Between Sexual Health Clinics and Schools: more than clinic nurses doing sex education sessions? / Paula Baraitser, Frances Dolan, Sarah Cowley.
Young Gay Men and HIV/AIDS: towards a contextual understanding of sexual risk / Ian Warwick, Nicola Douglas, Peter Aggleton, Paul Boyce.
A Quantitative Survey of Knowledge of Reproductive Health Issues of 12-14-year-old Girls of Different Ethnic and Religious Backgrounds in Iran: implications for education / Mohsen Tavakol, Sima Torabi, Cathy Gibbons.
Primary School Sex Education Programs: views and experiences of teachers in four primary schools in Sydney, Australia / Jan Milton.
The Impact of a Human Sexuality College Course According to Gender: comparisons of the 1970s and the 1990s / Annie Laura Cotton.
Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. (2004). Volume 4 Number 1.
Reading pornography / Simon Hardy (3-18).
Sexuality education: how children of lesbian mothers ‘learn’ about sex/uality / Jacqui Gabb (19-34).
Visualizing the politics of innocence in the age of AIDS / Claudia Mitchell; Shannon Walsh; June Larkin (35-47).
Sex education, state policy and the principle of mutual consent / Jan Steutel; Ben Spiecker (49-62).
Notions of sex, sexuality and relationships among adolescent boys in rural southeastern Nigeria / Otutubikey C. Izugbara (63-79).
Crossing ‘boundaries’ with the collective girl: a poetic intervention into sex education / Susanne Gannon (81-99).
Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. (2004). Volume 4 Number 3.
Doing it by the book: natural tales of marriage and sex in contemporary Chinese marriage manuals / Joanna McMillan (203-215).
‘Miss, you’re so gay.’ Queer stories from trainee teachers / David Nixon; Nick Givens (217-237).
Parents and sex educationólooking†beyond ‘the birds and the bees’ / Joy Walker (239-254).
Perceptions of communication and education about sexuality among Muslim immigrant girls in the US / Aida Orgocka (255-271).
Learning to be a woman: feminist theological reflections on sex education in church schools / Lisa Isherwood (273-283).
Pupils’ participation in sex education lessons: understanding variation across classes / Katie Buston; Daniel Wight (285-301).
What really matters in family communication about sexuality? A†qualitative analysis of affect and style among African American mothers and adolescent daughters / Erika I. Pluhar; Peter Kuriloff (303-321).
Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. (2004). Volume 4 Number 2, July;
Sex and relationship education and the media: an analysis of national and regional newspaper coverage in England / P. Kingori, K. Wellings, R. French, R. Kane, M. Gerressu, J. Stephenson.
Sex education and human rights--a lawyer’s perspective / Peter Cumper.
It’s important to be nice, but it’s nicer to be important: girls, popularity and sexual competition / Neil Duncan.
Young people’s views of sex education: gender, information and knowledge / Lynda Measor.
Celebrating the achievements of sex and relationship peer educators: the development of an assessment process / Debbie Morgan, Jonathan Robbins, John Tripp.
‘You realise it could happen to you’: the benefits to pupils of young mothers delivering school sex education / Judi Kidger.
Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. (2005). Volume 5 Issue 1.
Polish adolescents and their beliefs and attitudes to HIV/AIDS and sexual relationships / Maria Gaczak; Anna Boro-Kaczmarska; Magdalena Leszczyszyn-Pynka; Zbigniew Szych (1-14).
The control of sexuality in the early British Boy Scouts movement / Sam Pryke (15-28).
Orgasm and lesbian sociality / Agnes Bols (29-48).
Being open with your mouth shut: the meaning of ‘openness’ in family communication about sexuality / Maggie Kirkman; Doreen A. Rosenthal; S. Shirley Feldman (49-66).
Maternal sexuality and breastfeeding / Alison Bartlett (67-77).
Student teachers’ learning about child sexual abuse strategies for primary school: an exploratory study of surface and deep learning / Juliette D. G. Goldman (79-92).
The role of teachers in sex education and the prevention and control of HIV/AIDS in Nigeria / Daniel C. Oshi; Sarah Nakalema (93-104).
Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. (2005). Volume 5 Number 2, May.
Frequently but naturally: William Michael Duane, Kenneth Charles Barnes and teachers as innovators in sex(uality) education in English adolescent schooling: c. 1945-1965 / David Limond.
Sex instruction and the construction of homosexuality in New Zealand, 1920-1965 / Chris Brickell.
A needs assessment in South Wales schools for a novel medical student?led sex education programme / Twine, I. J. RobbÈ, S. Forrest, S. Davies.
School sex education: policy and practice in England 1870 to 2000 / Jane Pilcher. School-based sex education policies and indicators of sexual health among young people: a comparison of the Netherlands, France, Australia and the United States / Heather Weaver, Gary Smith, Susan Kippax.
Pedagogical design considerations in sex education on interactive multimedia using CD-Rom: an example of sexual intercourse / Juliette D. G. Goldman, Geraldine Torrisi-Steele
Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. (2005). Volume 5 Number 3, August;
Sex education in Northern Ireland schools: a critical evaluation / Bill Rolston, Dirk Schubotz, Audrey Simpson.
Accrediting success: evaluation of a pilot professional development scheme for teachers of sex and relationship education / Ian Warwick, Peter Aggleton, Kim Rivers.
Desire as interruption: young women and sexuality education in Ontario, Canada / Erin Connell.
‘I have a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore’: a British gay educator’s reconstructed life-history account of school / Mark Vicars.
A study of the implementation of sex education in Hong Kong secondary schools / Fok Shui Che.
Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. (2005). Volume 5 Number 4, November;
Effects and effectiveness in sex and relationships education / Peter Aggleton, Mary Crewe.
Evaluating the need for sex education in developing countries: sexual behaviour, knowledge of preventing sexually transmitted infections/HIV and unplanned pregnancy / Susheela Singh, Akinrinola Bankole, Vanessa Woog.
Sexuality and relationships education: toward a social studies approach.
Deborah Rogow, Nicole Haberland.
Analysing sexual experiences through ‘scenes’: a framework for the evaluation of sexuality education / Vera Paiva.
Meaningful evaluation of sex and relationship education / Susan Kippax, Niamh Stephenson.
‘We didn’t cover that at school’: education against pleasure or education for pleasure? / Roger Ingham.
‘Say everything’: exploring young people’s suggestions for improving sexuality education / Louisa Allen.
Research and evaluation in sexuality education: an allegorical exploration of complexities and possibilities / Ronald W. Morris.
Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. (2006). Volume 6 Number 3.
Guy talk: contesting masculinities in HIV prevention education with Canadian youth / June Larkin; Amy Andrews; Claudia Mitchell (207-221).
An acquaintance rape education program for students transitioning to high school / Karen E. Fay; Frederic J. Medway (223-236).
Learning about domestic violence: young people’s responses to a Healthy Relationships programme / Jo Bell; Nicky Stanley (237-250).
In the eyes of the beholder: student interpretations of sexuality lessons / Liahna E. Gordon; Lyndall Ellingson (251-264).
Scandalous stories and dangerous liaisons: when female pupils and male teachers fall in love / Pat Sikes (265-280).
Random behaviour or rational choice? Family planning, teenage pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections / David Paton (281-308).
Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. (2006). Volume 6 Number 1.
Secrets and lies: sex education and gendered memories of childhood’s end in an Australian provincial city, 1930s-1950s / Josephine May (1-15).
Sexuality and human reproduction: a study of scientific knowledge, behaviours and beliefs of Portuguese future elementary school teachers / Lusa Veiga; Filomena Teixeira; Isabel Martins; Antnio Melio-Silvestre (17-29).
Sex and relationship education for 13-16 year olds: evidence from England / Vicki Strange; Simon Forrest; Ann Oakley; Judith Stephenson; the RIPPLE Study Team (31-46).
A comprehensive sex education approach for HIV testing and counselling / Hilde Colpin (47-59).
The ‘right kind of man’: the ambiguities of regendering the key stage one environment / Deborah Jones (61-76)
Schools’ fulfilment of sex and relationship education documentation: three school-based case studies / Karen M. Corteen (77-99).
Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. (2006). Volume 6 Number 2, May;
‘When you come to it you feel like a dork asking a guy to put a condom on’: is sex education addressing young people’s understandings of risk? / Gillian Abel, Lisa Fitzgerald.
Short skirts and breast juts: cheerleading, eroticism and schools / Pamela J. Bettis, Natalie Guice Adams.
The salience and utility of school sex education to young men / Katie Buston, Daniel Wight.
Knowledge of secondary school pupils regarding sexual health education / Jo Westwood, Barbara Mullan.
Preventing sexually transmitted infections among adolescents: an assessment of ecological approaches and study methods / Jean A. Shoveller, Joy L. Johnson, DaphnÉ M. Savoy, W. A. Wia Pietersma.
Validity of a scale to measure teachers’ attitudes towards sex education / Maria Helena de Almeida Reis, Duarte GonÁalo Rei Vilar.
You sing like a girl? An exploration of ‘boyness’ through the treble voice / Martin Ashley.
Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. (2006). Volume 6 Number 4, November.
Special Issue: Cultural aspects of sex/sexuality education.
Reframing sex education / Judy Hemingway.
Having a real debate’: using media as a resource in sex education / Sara Bragg.
The sound of silence: talking about sexual orientation and schooling / RenÉe DePalma, Elizabeth Atkinson.
Acknowledging the gap between sex education and the lived experiences of young people: a discussion of Paula Rego’s The Pillowman. (2004). and other cautionary tales / Nicholas Addison.
Sex and the cinema: what American Pie teaches the young / Sharyn Pearce.
Loving with irony: young Bombay viewers discuss clothing, sex and their encounters with media / Shakuntala Banaji.
Condom use: a culture of resistance / Lynda Measor.
Transgender and art in the school curriculum / Rebecca Dittman, Pam Meecham.
Teachers’ and parents’ roles in the sexuality education of primary school children: a comparison of experiences in Leeds, UK and in Sydney, Australia / Joy Walker, Jan Milton.
Sexual learning and the seaside: relocating the ‘dirty weekend’ and teenage girls’ sexuality / Judy Hemingway
Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. (2007). Volume 7 Number 2.
Saving Sex for Later: developing a parent-child communication intervention to delay sexual initiation among young adolescents / Lydia O’Donnell; Rene Wilson-Simmons; Kim Dash; Varzi Jeanbaptiste; Athi Myint-U; Jesse Moss; Ann Stueve (107-125).
Development of a sex education programme for 12-year-old to 14-year-old Turkish adolescents / Figen Cok; Lizbeth Ann Gray (127-141).
Knowledge and attitudes of secondary school teachers regarding sexual health education in England / Jo Westwood; Barbara Mullan (143-159).
Listening to the boys again: an exploration of what boys want to learn in sex education classes and how they want to be taught / Gillian L. S. Hilton (161-174).
Recent developments in HIV/AIDS prevention for Russian adolescents / Blaine Stothard; Olga Romanova; Larissa Ivanova (175-189).
Gender differences in associations between exposure to school HIV education and protective sexual behaviors and sexually transmitted disease/HIV diagnosis among high school students / Anita Raj; Michele R. Decker; Jessica E. Murray; Jay G. Silverman (191-199).
Pedagogic discourse and sex education: myths, science and subversion / Gabrielle Ivinson (201-216).
Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. (2007). Volume 7 Number 3.
Exclusion from school: teenage pregnancy and the denial of education / Marie Lall (219-237).
The language of the right: sex education debates in South Australia / Sally Gibson (239-250).
Breaking the taboo: an exploration of female university students’ experiences of attending a feminist-informed sex education course / Julie Askew (251-264).
Attitudes of parents and health promoters in Greece concerning sex education of adolescents / Paraskevi-Sofia Kirana; Evangelia Nakopoulou; Ioanna Akrita; Stamatis Papaharitou (265-276).
An evaluation of health and sexuality education in Turkish elementary school curricula / Fatma Haz?r B?kmaz; Duygu S. Gler (277-292).
Preferences towards sex education and information from an ethnically diverse sample of young people / L. Coleman; A. Testa (293-307).
Advice for sex advisors: a guide for ‘agony aunts’, relationship therapists and sex educators who want to work with the media / Petra M. Boynton (309-326).
The International Platform of Sexuality & Relationship Education / initiated by Yuri Ohlrichs (The Netherlands), Sara Nasserzadeh (UK/Iran) and Maryanne Doherty (Canada) (331-332).
Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. (2007). Volume 7 Number 4.
Developing and testing a sex education program for the female clients of health centers in Iran / Khosro Refaie Shirpak; Hassan Eftekhar Ardebili; Kazem Mohammad; Eleanor Maticka-Tyndale; Maryam Chinichian; Ali Ramenzankhani; Akbar Fotouhi (333-349).
Unwilling brides: ‘phallic attack’ as a barrier to gender balance in higher education in Nigeria / Charles E. Nwadigwe (351-369).
Zina and the enigma of sex education for Indonesian Muslim youth / Linda Rae Bennett (371-386).
Sex education, homosexuality, and social contestation in 1970s New Zealand / Chris Brickell (387-406).
Young people’s concerns about sex: unsolicited questions to a teenage radio talkback programme over three years / Melissa Kang; Susan Quine (407-420).
Motivational aspects of community support for school-based comprehensive sexuality education / Norman A. Constantine; Jana Kay Slater; Julie Carroll (421-439).
Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. (2007). Volume 7 Number 1.
On (not) representing sex in preschool and kindergarten: a psychoanalytic reflection on orders and hints / Colette A. Granger (1-15).
Sex education in multicultural Norway / Tiffany Bartz (17-33).
Lessons learnt from a secondary school Sex Education Program in Portugal / Ana Paula Sousa; Isabel Soares; Duarte Vilar (35-45).
Risking a relation: sex education and adolescent development / Jen Gilbert (47-61).
The discourses of sexuality in curriculum documents on sexuality education: an Australian case study / Cathleen Farrelly; Maureen O’Brien; Vaughan Prain (63-80).
Sexuality and relationships education in the Greek primary schoolsósee no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil / Margarita Gerouki (81-100).
In defence of the opposite sex: a reply to Goldman and Collier / Michael Hand (101-104).
Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. (2007). Volume 8 Number 1.
Sex in the curriculum: the effect of a multi-modal sexual history-taking module on medical student skills / Stacy Tessler Lindau; Katie G. Goodrich; Sara A. Leitsch; Sandy Cook.
HIV/AIDS information needs of sexually transmitted infection clinic patients: content analysis of questions asked during prevention counseling / Seth C. Kalichman; Demetria Cain; Joanna Knecht; Justin Hill.
Evaluation of a school-based sex education programme delivered to Grade Nine students in Canada / Lisa Smylie; Eleanor Maticka-Tyndale; Dana Boyd.
Frequency of sex after an intervention to decrease sexual risk-taking among African-American adolescent girls: results of a randomized, controlled clinical trial / Robin R. Milhausen; Ralph J. DiClemente; Delia L. Lang; Josh S. Spitalnick; Jessica McDermott Sales; James W. Hardin.
Beliefs of professional and family caregivers about the sexuality of individuals with intellectual disabilities: examining beliefs using a Q-methodology approach / Randel D. Brown; Trace Pirtle.
Sex education in rural schools in the United States: impact of rural educators’ community identities / Lynn Blinn-Pike.
A matter of facts… and more: an exploratory analysis of the content of sexuality education in The Netherlands / Rebecca M. Ferguson; Ine Vanwesenbeeck; Trudie Knijn.
Predicting intentions to perform protective sexual behaviours among Norwegian adolescents / Ingri Myklestad; Jostein Rise.
Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. (2008). Volume 8 Number 2;
Education on sexually transmitted infections: finding common ground among youth, parents, providers and policy advocates / Joan R. Cates.
Stakeholder perceptions and attitudes towards sexual and reproductive health education in Namibia / Pempelani Mufune.
Effect of sexual education on sexual health in Iran / Farnaz Farnam; Minoo Pakgohar; Mandana Mirmohamadali; Mahmood Mahmoodi.
Parents’ views on sexual debut among pre-teen children in Washington, DC / Leslie R. Walker; Allison Rose; Claudia Squire; Helen P. Koo.
Joint-working as a policy for reducing inequalities in access to information: developing culturally appropriate sex and relationships education for young Bangladeshis in London / Teena Fernandez; Jenifer Chapman; Claudia S. Estcourt.
Sex education and ideals / Doret J. de Ruyter; Ben Spiecker.
‘It was as useful as a chocolate kettle’: sex education in the lives of same-sex-attracted young people in Australia / Lynne Hillier; Anne Mitchell.
Educating about homosexuality: what do American Catholics think? / Brenda J. Kirby; Christina Michaelson.
Young Cypriots on sex education: sources and adequacy of information received on sexuality issues / Stalo Lesta; Jeffrey V. Lazarus; Birgitta Essén.
Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. (2008). Volume 8 Number 3: Place-based sex/sexualities and relationship education.
Taking place seriously: spatial challenges for sex and relationship education / Judy Hemingway.
The doll and pedagogic mediation: teaching children to fear the ‘other’ / Nicholas Addison.
‘Because she was my first girlfriend, I didn’t know any different’: making the case for mainstreaming same-sex sex/relationship education / Catherine Donovan; Marianne Hester.
Young people’s use of friends and family for sex and relationships information and advice / Eryl Powell.
Peer pressure - beyond rhetoric to reality / Claire Maxwell; Elaine Chase.
Speaking the unspeakable in forbidden places: addressing lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality in the primary school / Alexandra Allan; Elizabeth Atkinson; Elizabeth Brace; Rene DePalma; Judy Hemingway.
Pushed to the margins - sex and relationships in Greek primary textbooks / Margarita Gerouki.
What does ‘empowerment’ mean in school-based sex and relationships education? / Grace Spencer; Claire Maxwell; Peter Aggleton.
How do national newspapers report on sex and relationship education in England? / Piers Simey; Kaye Wellings.
Reconfiguring the shipping news: maritime’s hidden histories and the politics of gender display / Pam Meecham.
Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. (2008). Volume 8 Issue 4.
The use of sexually explicit material in clinical, educational and research settings in the United Kingdom and its relation to the development of psychosexual therapy and sex education / Marnie Brewster; Kevan R. Wylie.
Developing sexual competence? Exploring strategies for the provision of effective sexualities and relationships education / Julia Hirst.
Responding to parental objections to school sexuality education: a selection of 12 objections / Juliette D. G. Goldman.
Young offenders in New South Wales, Australia and the need for remedial sexual health education / Grant Mistler; Kristie Kirkwood; Emily Potter; Andrew Cashin.
Regional differences in sexuality education on a state level: the case of Florida / Frank C. Bandiera; William L. Jeffries IV; Brian Dodge; Michael Reece; Debby Herbenick.
The link between the emotional consequences of child sexual abuse and school experiences / Tlakale Nareadi Phasha.
Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. (2008). Volume 9 Issue 1.
‘Some of those girls can be real drama queens’: issues of gender, sexual harassment and schooling / Amanda Keddie.
The mamas and the papas: the invisible diversity of families with same-sex parents in the United States / Lucy Rimalower; Caren Caty.
‘It’s not who they are it’s what they are like ‘: re-conceptualising sexuality education’s ‘best educator’ debate / Louisa Allen.
Transformative conversations about sexualities pedagogy and the experience of sexual knowing / Lisa Trimble.
Homophobia in medical students of the University of Hong Kong / R. W. M. Kan; K. P. Au; W. K. Chan; L. W. M. Cheung; C. Y. Y. Lam; H. H. W. Liu; L. Y. Ng; M. Y. Wong; W. C. Wong.
Source preferences and the displacement/supplement effect between Internet and traditional sources of sexually transmitted disease and HIV/AIDS information / Hung-Yi Lu.
The effectiveness of participatory theatre with early adolescents in school-based sexuality education / James J. Ponzetti Jr; Jan Selman; Brenda Munro; Shaniff Esmail; Gerald Adams.
Reproductive justice and media framing: a case-study analysis of problematic frames in the popular media / Beth K. Jaworski.
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