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Title: Revamping Insulative Sex Education for Sexuality Knowledge of Teenagers
Authors: Atiku, Mohammed
Owojaiye, Sunday Oni
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: International Journal of Institute for Empirical Research and Sustainable Development (IIERSD)
Series/Report no.: Vol. 9;Pp 84-93
Abstract: The paper ‘revamping insullative sex education for sexuality knowledge of teenagers’ was studied and approached from a review of related sexual health educators’ submissions. Variables sex education statements studied are:- (i) Maturation in the girl-child, (ii) maturation in the boy-child, (iii) Concept of sex education. (iv) Sex education & curriculum preparation. (v) Necessity for sex education. (vi) Theories of sexual education (vii) Significance of sex education. (viii) Stigma of non-availability of sex education. (ix) Psychological stigma of sex education. (x) Sociological stigma of sex education. (xi) Biological stigma in sex education (xii) Sex counselors’ perceptive. (xiii) Sex education: Health Education perceptive. It was concluded that:- (i) Sex education is the only subject that can satisfy girl-child and boy-child growth problems (ii) The age long traditional insulation of the boy-child and girl-child is the only solution to sexual promiscuity ravaging Nigerian Youths. Based on the conclusions drawn, it could be recommended among others that: (a) Traditional method of sexuality education should be revisited, developed and utilized, (b) The use of televisions and Internet browsing should be thoroughly edited.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1164
ISSN: 2276-9331
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