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Sexuality Education : Theory and Practice

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Sexuality Education: Theory and Practice, Fifth Edition is designed to prepare future sexuality educators and administrators, as well as seasoned teachers about sexuality and also aims to clarify the

Table of Contents

Introduction to sexuality educationp. 1
Sexuality, you, and the learnerp. 3
Foundations for sexuality educationp. 15
The controversyp. 37
Understanding yourselfp. 53
Biological, psychological, and sociological aspects of sexuality educationp. 67
A view from the insidep. 69
The cognitive and psychological side of sexualityp. 99
Family life and interpersonal relationshipsp. 111
The sociological side of sexualityp. 125
Sexual decision makingp. 143
Sexual morality and decision makingp. 145
Sexual behaviorsp. 155
Conducting sexuality educationp. 175
Education for sexuality: rules of conductp. 177
Learning strategies for sexuality educationp. 191
Strategies for learning and teaching about sexually transmitted infectionsp. 207
What should be taught at different levels and in different settingsp. 225
The educator and sexual counselingp. 237
Implementing a sexuality education programp. 251
Evaluation of sexuality educationp. 265
Effectiveness of sexuality education and the sexuality educatorp. 275
The National Coalition to Support Sexuality Educationp. 289
The American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) Requirements for Certification as a Sexuality Educatorp. 293
State Policies in Briefp. 297
Teaching Strategies for Sexuality Educationp. 301
Glossaryp. 305
Indexp. 309
Photo creditsp. 319
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