The purpose of this study was to collect information on relevant sexuality
education content for adolescents by assessing students' interests and
perceived needs. Subjects in this study were middle school students.
Two methods of data collection were employed, therefore, this study was
conducted in two phases. In the first phase,...
This study examined the sex education practices of middle class parents with preschool children. Subjects were 128 parents of three- to five year -old children, including 37 mothers of daughters, 37 mothers of sons, 27 fathers of daughters, and 27 fathers of sons. These parents were administered a sex education...
Four instruments were developed to assess sex education
attitudes and skills of parents. The Parental Perception of
Preadolescent Child (PPPC), Parental Attitudes Toward the Sex
Education of Children (PATSEC), Topic Checklist (TC) and
Index of Challenging Questions for Parents of Preadolescents
(ICQPP) provided measures on how parents perceive maturity
The primary purpose of this study was to determine whether the 1981
recommendation by the Montana State Board of Public Education had in
fluenced actual implementation of sexuality education in that state.
The study also sought to describe sexuality education in Montana and to
assess perceptions of Montana public high...
The purpose of this study was to examine the attitudes
of primary teacher trainees toward sexuality education as a
component of family life education in Kenya. The study was
designed to determine the relationship between attitudes
toward sexuality education and teacher trainees knowledge
regarding sexuality education. The study was also...