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Author: Clint E Bruess; Jerrold S Greenberg
Publisher: Sudbury, Mass. : Jones and Bartlett Publishers, ©2004.
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Bruess, Clint E.
Sexuality education.
Sudbury, Mass. : Jones and Bartlett Publishers, ©2004
(OCoLC)607069439
Online version:
Bruess, Clint E.
Sexuality education.
Sudbury, Mass. : Jones and Bartlett Publishers, ©2004
(OCoLC)607727902
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Clint E Bruess; Jerrold S Greenberg
ISBN: 0763747599 9780763747596
OCLC Number: 54035559
Description: xv, 317 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: pt. 1. Introduction to sexuality education --
1. Sexuality, you, and the learner --
Traditional and contemporary concepts of human sexuality --
The complexity of human sexuality --
Sexuality, personal well-being, and interpersonal relationships --
Sexuality and the life cycle --
Human development and issues of sexuality --
Developmental rates and sequences --
Masturbation --
Homosexual experimentation --
Latency --
Nocturnal emissions and orgasms --
Nonmarital versus marital lifestyle --
Aging --
Our sexual uniqueness --
A note about this book --
Summary --
References --
Suggested readings --
2. Foundations for sexuality education --
Sexuality education goals and objectives --
A multifaceted definition of sexuality education --
Traditional reasons for sexuality education --
Sound reasons for contemporary sexuality education programs --
Sexuality in history --
Prehistoric times --
Eighth century BCE--Fifth century CE --
Fifth century--Fifteenth century --
Fifteenth century--Sixteenth century --
Seventeenth century--Eighteenth century --
Nineteenth century --
Twentieth-century--Twenty-first-century United States --
History of sexuality education --
Current trends in sexuality education --
Summary --
References --
Suggested readings --
3. The controversy --
Background and tactics of movements against sexuality education --
Background of sexuality education opposition --
Who is the opposition? --
Typical tactics of sexuality education opponents --
Characteristics and stages of extremist attacks --
Nonextremist opponents of sexuality education --
Countering arguments against sexuality education --
Defense against extremist attacks --
Public meetings --
Logical heads prevail --
Summary --
References --
Suggested readings --
4. Understanding yourself --
Sexuality educators and their own sexuality --
Your sexual thoughts and desires --
Your masculinity and femininity --
Your body image --
Your sexual behavior --
Your sense of humor --
The sexuality educator's interactions with others --
Interactions with groups --
Interactions with individuals --
Culture and the sexuality educator --
The sexuality educator's sexual responsibility --
Qualifications for the sexuality educator --
Sexuality education certification --
Everyone is a sexuality educator --
Summary --
References --
Suggested readings --
Cases for part 1. pt. 2. Biological, psychological, and sociological aspects of sexuality education --
5. A view from the inside --
Male and female reproductive systems --
Males --
Females --
Male hormones --
Female hormones --
Similarities and differences between male and female sexual responses --
Similarities --
Differences --
Fertility control --
Contraception --
Choosing a contraceptive --
Pregnancy, childbirth, and abortion --
Pregnancy --
Birth --
Abortion --
RU 486 : a method of nonsurgical abortion --
Summary --
References --
Suggested readings --
6. The cognitive and psychological side of sexuality --
Theories of psychosexual development --
Freud --
Erikson --
Social learning theory --
Self-esteem and sexual maturity --
Sexual attitudes and behavior --
Sex-role stereotyping --
Causes of sex-role stereotyping --
The decision to engage in sexual intercourse --
Teenage out-of-wedlock pregnancy --
The decision to marry --
The decision to have children --
Summary --
References --
Suggested readings --
7. Family life and interpersonal relationships --
Sexuality education and family-life education --
Conflict resolution --
Communication --
Clarify nonverbal communication --
Plan time to talk --
Listen --
Beginning with agreement --
use "and," not "but" --
Use "I" statements --
Avoid "why" questions --
Dating --
Cohabitation --
Marriage --
The evolving family --
Parenting --
Single-parent families --
Summary --
References --
Suggested readings --
8. The sociological side of sexuality --
People of all ages, types, and conditions as sexual beings --
Young people --
Older people --
People of different races --
Physically disabled people --
Individuals with cognitive deficits --
Ill people --
Sexual lifestyles --
Marriage --
Nonparenthood --
Living together --
Clusters, groups, and communes --
Contract marriages --
Sexuality and legality --
Legal regulation of sexual behavior --
Legality and access to treatment and services --
The law and sexual discrimination --
Legality, the Internet, and information about sexuality --
Legality and education about sexuality and HIV/AIDS --
Summary --
References --
Suggested readings --
Cases for part 2. pt. 3. Sexual decision making --
9. Sexual morality and decision making --
Morals, ethics, and values --
Value systems and human potential --
Relation of sexual topics to morals, ethics, and values --
Contemporary religions and sexuality --
Sexual decisions --
Improving the decision-making process --
The decision-making process and sexuality --
Summary --
References --
Suggested readings --
10. Alternative sexual behaviors --
Individual preferences and sexual behavior --
Masturbation --
Oral-genital contact --
Homosexual behavior --
Heterosexual behavior --
Premarital heterosexual behavior --
Are you ready for sex? --
Marital heterosexual behavior --
The social significance of sexual behaviors --
Prostitution --
Pornography --
Other sexual alternatives --
Forcible sexual behavior --
The incidence of rape --
Date rape --
Ways to help prevent acquaintance rape --
Date rape --
Sexual harassment --
Summary --
References --
Suggested readings --
Cases for part 3. pt. 4. Conducting sexuality education --
11. Education for sexuality : rules of conduct --
Ground rules --
Communication skills --
Listening skills --
Nonverbal communication --
The sexuality educator as a communicator --
Building trust --
Language usage --
Learner's needs, interests, and characteristics --
Involving learners in the learning process --
Summary --
References --
Suggested readings --
12. Learning strategies for sexuality education --
Learning objectives --
Unit plans and lesson plans --
Instructional strategies --
Case studies --
Critical incidents --
Brainstorming --
Role-playing --
Buzz groups --
Gaming --
Fishbowls --
Sentence completions --
Values clarification --
Resource speakers --
Refusal skills and assertiveness training --
Instructional media --
Learner-centered activities --
Summary --
References --
Suggested readings --
13. Strategies for learning and teaching about HIV/AIDS --
Why a separate chapter on HIV/AIDS? --
HIV/AIDS in the United States --
HIV/AIDS and minority populations --
HIV and death --
Prevention of HIV infection --
Special considerations when dealing with HIV/AIDS education --
HIV/AIDS education --
School HIV/AIDS education --
Abstinence-only-until-marriage --
Comprehensive sexuality education --
Special HIV/AIDS educational considerations at different levels and populations --
Working with different levels and populations --
HIV/AIDS education at different levels --
Early elementary school --
Late elementary school --
Junior and senior high --
HIV/AIDS education in different settings --
Religious settings --
Settings for individuals with developmental, learning, or mental disabilities --
Settings for individuals with sensory or physical disabilities --
Teaching suggestions --
Program assessment --
HIV/AIDS instructional strategies --
HIV case study --
HIV critical incident --
Scales and questionnaires --
HIV sentence completions --
Role-playing --
Resistance skill training --
Assuming responsibility --
Summary --
References --
Suggested readings --
14. What should be taught at different levels and in different settings --
Developmental characteristics of learners --
Preschool --
Early elementary --
Upper elementary --
Lower secondary --
Upper secondary --
Typical questions asked by school-aged learners --
Sexuality education for preschool and school-age learners --
Preschool --
Early elementary grades --
Upper elementary grades --
Lower secondary grades --
Upper secondary grades --
Sexuality education for college-age and adult learners --
Sexuality education for older adults --
Sexuality education for special groups --
Coronary patients --
Culturally varied groups --
A word of caution --
Summary --
References --
Suggested readings --
15. The educator and sexual counseling --
Sexuality education and sexual counseling --
The domain of the sexual counselor --
Male dysfunctions --
Female dysfunctions --
Treatment --
Other problems --
The sexual educator and quasi-counseling --
Referring learners who need sexual counseling --
Summary --
References --
Suggested readings --
Cases for part 4. pt. 5. Program implementation and evaluation --
16. Implementing a sexuality education program --
Achieving support for a sexuality education program --
Strategies for change --
Group dynamics and sexuality education program endeavors --
Group members play many roles --
Resolving conflict --
Handling concerns about sexuality education programs --
Summary --
References --
Suggested readings --
17. Evaluation of sexuality education --
Evaluation and the continued improvement of the sexuality education program --
Applying evaluation to the educational process, the learners, and the sexuality educator --
Educational process --
Learners --
Sexuality educator --
The importance of well-stated objectives --
Evaluation can be a trap --
Cost-benefit/cost-effectiveness --
Summary --
References --
Suggested readings --
18. Effectiveness of sexuality education and the sexuality educator --
The difficulty of sexuality education research --
Learners --
Learning environment --
Educational strategy --
Sexuality educators --
Content --
Evaluation --
Permission to conduct research --
Encouraging findings in sexuality education research --
Feeling unsure : an encouraging sign --
Summary --
References --
Suggested readings --
Cases for part 5 --
Appendix A. The National Coalition to Support Sexuality Education --
Appendix B. State policies in brief --
Appendix C. Teaching strategies for sexuality education --
Glossary.
Responsibility: Clint E. Bruess, Jerrold S. Greenberg.
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