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Title: Sexuality Education as a Core Concept for the Production of Functional Educators for Nigerian Schools
Authors: Kajang, Y.G.
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Divine Connection Prints
Series/Report no.: Chapter 10;Pp 148-155
Description: Individuals have questions on what education mean when speaking of sex education. Some critics perceive it as a sinister campaign to create an unceasing and dangerous with sex in the minds of children. To those who are not informed, sex education sounds as if it was education for sex, and to many is a dirty word at worst and liken to coitus at best. Sex education in the real sense could be described as the acquisition of facts and information that are related to sex by individuals for creative living that provide understanding of human sexuality as an integral inseparable part of life. It may be better and safer to state clearly that sex education encompasses the three domains of education and will help not only improve public relation but would also help to clarify the goals of sex education for those charged with its teaching.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1385
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