Values in Sex Education: From Principles to Practice

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Index
Page numbers for illustrations in italics
a
abortion 18 , 148 , 172 , 192 , 198
abstinence 21 , 89 , 144 -5;
see also celibacy
abuse 19 , 23 , 82 , 139 -40, 156 , 175 -7;
detecting and preventing 34 , 63 , 139 -40, 175 -6, 196
activities 138 , 141 , 178 -9, 182 -3, 199 ;
drawing 39 , 173 ;
role play 51 , 198
AIDS see HIV
aims of sex education 15 - 16 ; 108 , 137 , 154 , 171 -2;
child development 50 -2, 58 , 61 -2, 140 -4, 158 -9, 162 -6;
facts based 15 - 16 , 24 , 137 -40;
value based 3 , 7 , 11 - 12 , 63 -4, 90 , 115 , 145 -6, 148 , 175 ;
to prevent abuse 175 ;
to prevent pregnancy 144 -8;
to prevent STIs 148 -9;
in primary school 50 -2, 171 -2, 174
assertiveness 164 ;
see also empowering
autonomy 70 , 159 , 164 ;
concept of 62 -3;
personal 59 , 66 -7;
developing 39 , 50 , 114 -15, 123 , 158 -9, 163

b
baby 37 , 77 , 174 -5, 192 -3;
surrogate 116 , 182
biology lessons 188 -9, 192
birth 146 -7, 174 -5;
education from 172 ;
rates of teenage 146 -8
books:
fiction 19 , 155 , 179 ;
on homosexuality 22 ;
primary 174 ;
secondary 183 -5, 188 -9, 193 ;
on sex education 3 - 4 , 16 ;
see also media
boys 47 , 50 , 76 , 185 ;
joking attitude 50 ;
on condoms 157 , 163 ;
on family 39 , 41 , 124 ;
on girls 36 -7, 163 , 200 -1;
on homosexuals 197 ;
on pornography 42 -3;
on relationships 35 -6, 39 ;
on sex education 44 ;
on violence 43
bullying 197 -8, 200 -1

c
Catholics see Christianity
celibacy 81 -2, 198 ;
see also abstinence
childhood, disappearance of 19
children, as sexual beings 50
children's views 11 , 28 , 31 -3, 42 -3;
on emotions 35 -7;
on families 37 - 42 , 124 ;
research into 32 , 33 -5, 49 - 52 ;
see also boys and girls
children's values 32 ;
sources of 41 -8
choices 58 , 62
Christianity 90 -1, 92 -3;
and celibacy 81 -2, 145 ;
and homosexuality 93 , 95 -6, 100 ;
on love 123 , 131 ;
and marriage 72 , 93 -5, 144 ;
and sex education 88 , 92 -3, 97 -8, 189
citizenship 161 , 166
cohabitation 94 -5
condom 41 , 88 , 149 , 157 , 189 -92, 199 , 202 ;
cartoon 142 , 190
confidentiality 34 , 178
contraception 17 , 101 , 157 -8, 189 -93;
see also condom
controversial issues 16 - 17 , 22 , 160 -2
culture 19 , 22 , 89 , 91 , 113 ;
differences 27 -8, 121 , 127 -8, 199 - 200 ;
playground 44 -5;
see also ethnicity and society
curriculum 15 , 51 , 102 , 142 ;
guidance 159 , 171 ;
hidden 9 , 23 , 43 -5, 51 , 109 ;
see also DfEE

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Figures ix
  • Acknowledgements x
  • Part 1 1
  • Chapter 1 - Why Values Are Central to Sex Education 3
  • Chapter 2 - Diversity and Change in Sexual Attitudes and Values 15
  • Chapter 3 - Children's Voices and Children's Values 31
  • Part 2 55
  • Chapter 4 - Liberal Values 57
  • Chapter 5 - Pleasure, Recreation, Health and Well-Being 70
  • Chapter 6 - Religious Values 86
  • Chapter 7 - Family Values 107
  • Chapter 8 - Love 120
  • Part 3 135
  • Chapter 9 - Aims for School Sex Education 137
  • Chapter 10 - Frameworks for School Sex Education 154
  • Part 4 169
  • Chapter 11 - Sex Education in the Primary Phase 171
  • Chapter 12 - Sex Education in the Secondary Phase 188
  • References 205
  • Index 227
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