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Abstinence survival kit : to support abstinence-until-marriage education /

https://widenersexualityarchives.org/en/permalink/marc_49613670
Responsibility
Abstinence Clearinghouse.
Date of Publication
2000
Format
Text
Responsibility
Abstinence Clearinghouse.
Alternate Title
ASK!
Place of Publication
Sioux Falls, SD
Publisher
Abstinence Clearinghouse
Date of Publication
2000
Physical Description
111 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Format
Text
Notes
In three-ring binder.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 109-111.).
Subjects
Sexual abstinence.
Sex instruction.
Additional Corporate Author
Abstinence Clearinghouse.
Collection
Wolfgram Memorial Lbrary Collection
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Making sense of abstinence : lessons for comprehensive sex education /

https://widenersexualityarchives.org/en/permalink/marc_179836457
Responsibility
by Bill Taverner and Sue Montfort.
Date of Publication
c2005
Format
Text
Responsibility
by Bill Taverner and Sue Montfort.
Author
Taverner, Bill.
Place of Publication
Morristown, N.J
Publisher
Planned Parenthood of Greater Northern New Jersey, Inc
Date of Publication
c2005
Physical Description
xvi, 134 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Format
Text
Notes
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents
Making sense of abstinence -- So what's an "abstinence" anyway? -- The abstinence lineup: much more than "just say no" -- What's your take? Examining opinions about abstinence -- Hey, Mom? Hey Dad? (Hey...Gram?): can we talk about abstinence? -- Just say know: navigating mixed messages about "sex" -- Everyone deserves respect: looking at abstinence and stereotypes -- Masturbation: a touchy subject -- Figuring out outercourse -- Oral sex and abstinence: examining the role of intimacy in sexual decisions -- Handling horny: savvy about sexual response -- Is the slope that slippery? -- Ready or not? Deciding about sexual behaviors -- Saying yes, saying no -- ABC...easy as 123? -- Some day: making the transition from sexual abstinence.
Summary
An easy-to-use manual providing factual information and lessons for sexuality educators, clergy and youth workers to help teens think about abstinence in a way that values the teen's ability to make positive decisions in our complex society.
Subjects
Sexual abstinence -- United States.
Sex instruction for teenagers -- United States.
Teenagers -- United States.
Additional Author
Montfort, Sue.
Collection
Wolfgram Memorial Lbrary Collection
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A teacher's guide to No apologies : a character-building, abstinence program.

https://widenersexualityarchives.org/en/permalink/marc_66527335
Date of Publication
Ã2002
Format
Text
Alternate Title
No apologies :
Place of Publication
Colorado Springs, Colo
Publisher
Focus on the Family, International Resource Group
Date of Publication
Ã2002
Physical Description
256 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
Format
Text
Notes
"HIV/AIDS prevention."
"Curriculum"--Cover.
"Updated international No apologies curriculum" [errata]--P. [2] of cover.
A companion volume to: No apologies. c1999.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 249-253).
Subjects
Teenagers -- United States.
Premarital sex -- United States.
Sexual abstinence -- United States.
AIDS (Disease) in adolescence -- United States.
Additional Corporate Author
Focus on the Family (Organization)
Additional Title
No apologies.
Collection
Wolfgram Memorial Lbrary Collection
Call Number
HQ27 .T375 2002
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Why kNOw abstinence education programs : curriculum for sixth grade though high school : teacher's manual /

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Responsibility
written by Kris Frainie.
Date of Publication
2002
Format
Text
Responsibility
written by Kris Frainie.
Alternate Title
Why kNOw abstinence education program :
Author
Frainie, Kris.
Place of Publication
Chattanooga, TN
Publisher
AAA Women's Services
Date of Publication
2002
Physical Description
148 pages, 21 transparancies : illustrations ; 30 cm.
Format
Text
Summary
NPIN 25252: This instruction manual, designed for educators, promotes sexual abstinence among sixth graders, seventh graders, eighth graders, and high school students to prevent sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and unplanned pregnancy. The manual is divided into lesson plans for each grade level and high school. It introduces the following topics: pregnancy, puberty, peer and media pressure; how to set long-range goals, make informed decisions, and what it means to be married; the emotional and physical consequences of premarital sex (e.g., STDs and unplanned pregnancy); and the differences between healthy and abusive relationships, STD symptoms and their physical and social effects, sexual abstinence, the concept of 'second virginity, ' and how to say 'no' to sex.
Subjects
Sexual abstinence.
Teenagers
Additional Author
Swearingen, Martha,
Sulser, Pam,
Additional Corporate Author
AAA Women's Services.
Collection
Wolfgram Memorial Lbrary Collection
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Do abstinence-only programs delay the initiation of sex among young people and reduce teen pregnancy? /

https://widenersexualityarchives.org/en/permalink/marc_53952944
Responsibility
Douglas Kirby.
Date of Publication
2002]
Format
Text
Responsibility
Douglas Kirby.
Author
Kirby, Douglas.
Place of Publication
Washington, D.C
Publisher
National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy
Date of Publication
2002]
Physical Description
7 unnumbered pages ; 28 cm.
Format
Text
Notes
Cover title.
"October 2002."
Includes bibliographical references (page 7).
Subjects
Sex instruction.
Sexual abstinence.
Additional Corporate Author
National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy (U.S.)
Collection
Wolfgram Memorial Lbrary Collection
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Sex respect : the option of true sexual freedom : teacher manual /

https://widenersexualityarchives.org/en/permalink/marc_71301866
Responsibility
Coleen Kelly Mast.
Edition
4th ed.
Date of Publication
Ã2001
Format
Text
Responsibility
Coleen Kelly Mast.
Alternate Title
World's leading abstinence program.
Author
Mast, Coleen Kelly,
Edition
4th ed.
Place of Publication
Bradley, IL
Publisher
Respect Inc
Date of Publication
Ã2001
Physical Description
137 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
Format
Text
ISBN
0945745133
9780945745136
Subjects
Sexual abstinence -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Sex instruction for youth.
Youth
Collection
Wolfgram Memorial Lbrary Collection
Call Number
HQ34 M373 2001
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Teaching with SEX, ETC. : articles & activities /

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Responsibility
compiled by Nora Gelperin.
Edition
2nd ed.
Date of Publication
c2003
Format
Text
Responsibility
compiled by Nora Gelperin.
Alternate Title
SEX, ETC.
Newsletter for teens by teens.
Sex, etc.; a newsletter for teens by teens.
Edition
2nd ed.
Place of Publication
Piscataway, NJ
Publisher
Network for Family Life Education, Center for Applied Psychology, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey
Date of Publication
c2003
Physical Description
x, 178 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Format
Text
Notes
Title from cover.
With an introduction from Susan N. Wilson; executive coordinator, Network for Family Life Education.
A compilation of the best writing from the SEX, ETC. web newsletters...written for teens by teens.
Includes bibliographical references and index (p.165-178).
Summary
"Manual has 40 award-winning SEX, ETC. articles matched with 40 activities to help educators and professionals who work with teens, turn articles into sexual health education activities" --Website summary.
Subjects
Sex instruction for teenagers.
Sex instruction for youth.
Sexual ethics for teenagers.
Teenagers
Youth
Sexual abstinence.
Sexually transmitted diseases.
Man-woman relationships.
Acquaintance rape.
Dating violence.
Teenage pregnancy.
Contraception.
Sexual orientation.
Additional Author
Gelperin, Nora.
Wilson, Susan N.
Additional Corporate Author
Network for Family Life Education.
Rutgers University.
Rutgers University. Center for Applied Psychology.
Collection
Wolfgram Memorial Lbrary Collection
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Building healthy futures : tools for helping adolescents avoid or delay the onset of sexual activity /

https://widenersexualityarchives.org/en/permalink/marc_44581022
Responsibility
by Joshua Mann, Joe S. McIlhaney, Jr., and Curtis C. Stine.
Date of Publication
Ã2000
Format
Text
Responsibility
by Joshua Mann, Joe S. McIlhaney, Jr., and Curtis C. Stine.
Author
Mann, Joshua.
Place of Publication
Austin, Tex
Publisher
The Medical Institute for Sexual Health
Date of Publication
Ã2000
Physical Description
x, 95 pages ; 28 cm.
Format
Text
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (pages 89-95).
Contents
Executive summary -- Preface -- Introduction -- A new generation of problems -- The real issue: unmarried teens who become parents -- teens: a costly combination -- Condom confusion -- Condoms and STIs spread by body fluids -- Condoms and STIs spread by skin to skin contact -- Non-coital sexual activity -- Abstinence -- What is sexual abstinence? -- A message that matters: abstinence -- Marriage: is it really an unmentionable? -- Predictors of sexual activity -- Parental relationship/connectedness -- Parental.
Values/beliefs about sex in adolescents -- Parents values/beliefs about contraceptives in adolescents -- Parent-child communication about sexuality -- Peer factors -- Drug/alcohol abuse -- Sexual abuse -- Intention/motivation -- Older partners -- Other factors -- Summary of predictors -- Funding for Abstinence education programs -- Sexuality education in the 20th Century -- Theoretical foundations of preventive programs addressing sexuality -- Characteristics of successful sexuality education interventions -- Redefining the language -- A common question: what about the.
Sexually active adolescent? -- Programs show that adolescents respond to well-designed abstinence education -- The solution-abstinence -- The challenge for sexuality educators -- The world of the adolescent -- Who can make a difference? -- What should be done? -- Appendix: programs designed to reduce adolescent sexual risk taking -- Bibliography.
Subjects
Teenagers -- United States.
Sexually transmitted diseases -- United States
Sexual ethics for teenagers -- United States.
Additional Author
McIlhaney, Joe S.
Stine, Curtis C.
Additional Corporate Author
Medical Institute for Sexual Health (U.S.)
Collection
Wolfgram Memorial Lbrary Collection
Call Number
HQ35 .M36 2000
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Sex respect : the option of true sexual freedom : student workbook /

https://widenersexualityarchives.org/en/permalink/marc_71301801
Responsibility
Coleen Kelly Mast.
Edition
4th ed.
Date of Publication
Ã2001
Format
Text
Responsibility
Coleen Kelly Mast.
Alternate Title
World's leading abstinence program.
Author
Mast, Coleen Kelly.
Edition
4th ed.
Place of Publication
Bradley, IL
Publisher
Respect Inc
Date of Publication
Ã2001
Physical Description
143 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
Format
Text
ISBN
0945745117
9780945745112
Notes
Includes bibliographical references.
Subjects
Sex instruction for youth.
Youth
Collection
Wolfgram Memorial Lbrary Collection
Call Number
HQ34 .M372 2001
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HealthSmart middle school complete program.

https://widenersexualityarchives.org/en/permalink/marc_228053244
Date of Publication
2004
Format
Text
Alternate Title
Health smart middle school.
Place of Publication
Santa Cruz, CA
Publisher
ETR
Date of Publication
2004
Physical Description
23 volumes : illustrations ; 26-28 cm + 1 poster.
Format
Text
ISBN
9990926484
9789990926484
Contents
[v. 1]. Middle school program foundation : standards, theory, results (36 p. ; 28 cm) -- [v. 2, pt. A]. Improving health behaviors teacher guide [with blackline masters & transparency masters] (63 p. ; 28 cm.) ; [v. 2, pt. B]. Actions : improving health behaviors (16 p. ; 28 cm.) -- [v. 3, pt. A]. Abstinence & puberty teacher guide [with blackline masters & transparency masters] (129 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.) ; [v. 3, pt. B]. Actions : abstinence & puberty (24 p. ; 28 cm.) ; [v. 3, pt. C]. Health facts : abstinence (106 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.) -- [v. 4, pt. A]. Emotional & mental health teacher guide [with blackline masters & transparency masters] (131 p. ; 28 cm.) ; [v. 4, pt. B]. Actions : emotional & mental health (32 p. ; 28 cm.) ; [v. 4, pt. C]. Health facts : emotional & mental health (105 p. ; 26 cm) -- [v. 5, pt. A]. HIV, STD & pregnancy prevention teacher guide [with blackline masters & transparency masters] (147 p. ; 28 cm.) ; [v. 5, pt. B]. Actions : HIV, STD & pregnancy prevention (28 p. ; 28 cm.) ; [v. 5, pt. C]. Health facts : HIV & STD prevention (115 p. ; 26 cm.) ; [v. 5, pt. D]. Health facts : reproductive health & pregnancy prevention (102 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.) -- [v. 6, pt. A]. Nutrition & physical activity teacher guide [with blackline masters & transparency masters] (141 p. ; 28 cm.) ; [v. 6, pt. B]. Actions : nutrition & physical activity (32 p. ; 28 cm.) ; Health facts : nutrition & physical activity (128 p. ; 26 cm.) -- [v. 7, pt. A]. Tobacco, alcohol & other drug prevention teacher guide [with blackline masters & transparency masters] (127 p. ; 28 cm.) ; [v. 7, pt. B]. Actions : tobacco, alcohol & other drug prevention (24 p. ; 28 cm.); [v. 7, pt. C]. Health facts : tobacco (89 p. ; 26 cm.) ; [v. 7, pt. D]. Health facts : alcohol & other drugs (123 p. ; 26 cm.)-- [v. 8, pt. A]. Violence & injury prevention teacher guide [with blackline masters & transparency masters] (121 p. ; 28 cm.) ; [v. 8, pt. B] Actions : violence & injury prevention (32 p. ; 28 cm.) ; [v. 8, pt. C]. Health facts : violence & injury prevention (100 p. ; 26 cm) -- 1 double-sided poster (Objectives & national health education standards / Content & health skills progression).
Subjects
Health education (Middle school)
Health education (Middle school) -- Activity programs.
Teenagers
Additional Corporate Author
ETR Associates.
Collection
Wolfgram Memorial Lbrary Collection
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HealthSmart high school complete program.

https://widenersexualityarchives.org/en/permalink/marc_192138161
Date of Publication
2004-2005
Format
Text
Alternate Title
Health smart high school.
Place of Publication
Santa Cruz, Calif
Publisher
ETR Associates
Date of Publication
2004-2005
Physical Description
23 volumes ; 28 cm, in 2 slip cases + 10 errata sheets + 1 poster.
Format
Text
Notes
Title from publisher's online catalog.
7 teacher guides, 7 actions books, 8 health facts books, 1 program foundation book, 1 scope & sequence poster.
Errata sheets for HealthFacts Nutrition & physical activity book (p. 40-49), based on 2005 nutritional guidelines.
Contents
[Vol. 1]. High school program foundation : standards, theory, results (36 p. ; 28 cm.) -- [v. 2, pt. A]. Improving health behaviors teacher guide [with blackline masters & transparency masters] (63 p. ; 28 cm.) ; [v. 2, pt. B]. Actions : improving health behaviors (16 p. ; 28 cm.) -- [v. 3, pt. A]. Abstinence & sexual health teacher guide [with blackline masters & transparency masters] (99 p. ; 28 cm.) ; [v. 3, pt. B]. Actions : abstinence & sexual health (28 p. ; 28 cm.) ; [v. 3, pt. C]. Health facts : abstinence (106 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.) -- [v. 4, pt. A]. Emotional & mental health teacher guide [with blackline masters & transparency masters] (143 p. ; 28 cm.) ; [v. 4, pt. B]. Actions : emotional & mental health (32 p. ; 28 cm.) ; [v. 4, pt. C]. Health facts : emotional & mental health (105 p. ; 26 cm) -- [v. 5, pt. A]. HIV, STD & pregnancy prevention teacher guide [with blackline masters & transparency masters] (165 p. ; 28 cm.) ; [v. 5, pt. B]. Actions : HIV, STD & pregnancy prevention (32 p. ; 28 cm.) ; [v. 5, pt. C]. Health facts : HIV & STD prevention (115 p. ; 26 cm.) ; [v. 5, pt. D]. Health facts : reproductive health & pregnancy prevention (102 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.) -- [v. 6, pt. A]. Nutrition & physical activity teacher guide [with blackline masters & transparency masters] (145 p. ; 28 cm.) ; [v. 6, pt. B]. Actions : nutrition & physical activity (32 p. ; 28 cm.) ; Health facts : nutrition & physical activity (128 p. ; 26 cm.) -- [v. 7, pt. A]. Tobacco, alcohol & other drug prevention teacher guide [with blackline masters & transparency masters] (125 p. ; 28 cm.) ; [v. 7, pt. B]. Actions : tobacco, alcohol & other drug prevention (32 p. ; 28 cm.) ; [v. 7, pt. C]. Health facts : tobacco (89 p. ; 26 cm.) ; [v. 7, pt. D]. Health facts : alcohol & other drugs (123 p. ; 26 cm.)-- [v. 8, pt. A]. Violence & injury prevention teacher guide [with blackline masters & transparency masters] (127 p. ; 28 cm.) ; [v. 8, pt. B] Actions : violence & injury prevention (28 p. ; 28 cm.) ; [v. 8, pt. C]. Health facts : violence & injury prevention (100 p. ; 26 cm) -- 1 double-sided poster (Objectives & national health education standards / Content & health skills progression).
Subjects
Health education (Secondary)
Health
School children
Teenagers
Additional Corporate Author
ETR Associates.
Collection
Wolfgram Memorial Lbrary Collection
Call Number
LB1587.A3 H53 2004
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Edition
7th ed. /
Date of Publication
Ã2000
Format
Text
Alternate Title
Clashing views on controversial issues in human sexuality.
Edition
7th ed. /
Place of Publication
Guilford, Conn
Publisher
Dushkin/McGraw-Hill
Date of Publication
Ã2000
Physical Description
xvii, 273 pages ; 24 cm.
Format
Text
ISBN
0072371315
9780072371314
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
Biology, behavior, and human sexuality: Do public schools perpetuate and educational gender bias? Are men really from Mars and women from Venus? Is the model of normal and vandalized gendermaps/lovemaps biased? Can sexual orientation be changed? Should states fund sexuality research? --Issues in reproduction and health: Are abstinence-only sex education programs good for teenagers? Should schools distribute condoms? Should all female circumcision be banned? Should health insurers be required to pay for infertility treatments? Should contractual sex be legal? Has the legalization of abortion contributed to the falling crime rate? -- Legal and social issues: Should sexual relationships between professors and students be banned? Does recent pedophilia research threaten accepted moral standards? Should schools pay damages for student-on-student sexual harassment? Is pornography harmful to women? Should society recognize two kinds of marriage? Is chemical castration an acceptable punishment for male sex offenders? Should public libraries provide sexuality materials? Have the dangers of date rape been exaggerated?
Summary
"38 lively and thoughtful statements by articulate advocates on opposite sides of a variety of sexuality-related questions."--Preface.
Subjects
Sex customs -- United States.
Sexual ethics -- United States.
Sex.
Sex and law -- United States.
Additional Author
Francoeur, Robert T.
Taverner, William J.
Collection
Wolfgram Memorial Lbrary Collection
Call Number
HQ18.U5 T33 2000
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Everything you never wanted your kids to know about sex, (but were afraid they'd ask) : the secrets to surviving your child's sexual development from birth to the teens /

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Responsibility
Justin Richardson and Mark A. Schuster.
Edition
1st ed.
Date of Publication
Ã2003
Format
Text
Responsibility
Justin Richardson and Mark A. Schuster.
Author
Richardson, Justin,
Edition
1st ed.
Place of Publication
New York
Publisher
Crown Publishers
Date of Publication
Ã2003
Physical Description
xxii, 382 pages ; 24 cm.
Format
Text
Notes
Includes index.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
How did this happen? : the natural history of your child's sexuality -- What can you do about it? : guiding your child's sexual future and the trouble with talking about sex -- All in the family : nudity, modesty, love, and sex at home in your child's earliest years -- "Don't touch that-it'll fall off" : managing your young child's sexual behavior -- Think about it : considering your child's sexual orientation -- Going over the bump : weathering the physical changes of puberty -- Then comes love : flirting, dating and other heartbreaks of adolescence -- Ready or not : abstinence, virginity, and waiting -- "But if you do ..." : the art and science of encouraging contraception -- And so it begins : parenting your sexually active child, from the first time on -- Bugs in the system : AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases -- With child : handling intended and unintended pregnancies.
Summary
A psychiatrist and a pediatrician present information to help parents understand their children's sexuality, covering every key stage in a child's sexual development and explaining how to address youngsters' questions.
Subjects
Children
Teenagers
Child rearing.
Additional Author
Schuster, Mark A.,
Collection
Wolfgram Memorial Lbrary Collection
Call Number
HQ784.S45 R53 2003
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Responsibility
selected, edited, and with introductions by William J. Taverner.
Edition
10th ed.
Date of Publication
2008
Format
Text
Responsibility
selected, edited, and with introductions by William J. Taverner.
Alternate Title
Clashing views in human sexuality.
Human sexuality.
Edition
10th ed.
Place of Publication
Dubuque, Iowa
Publisher
McGraw-Hill
Date of Publication
2008
Physical Description
xxiv, 343 p. ; 23 cm.
Format
Text
Series
McGraw-Hill contemporary learning series.
Taking sides.
ISBN
0073397199 (pbk.)
9780073397191 (pbk.)
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
pt. 1. The nature of sex -- Can sex be addictive? -- Is oral sex really sex? -- Is Masters and Johnson's model an accurate description of sexual response? -- Is the G spot a myth? -- Is the testosterone patch the right cure for low libido in women? -- pt. 2. Sex and schools -- Does the availability of "sexual health services" make some college campuses healthier than others? -- Should Sex Ed teach about abstinence? -- Should children have an HPV vaccination before they enroll in school? -- Do schools perpetuate a gender bias? -- pt. 3. Reproduction technology -- Should parents be allowed to select the sex of their baby? -- Should emergency contraception be available over the counter? -- Should federal funding of stem cell research be restricted? -- pt. 4. Sex and society -- Should same sex-marriage [sic] be legal? -- Should society support cohabitation before marriage? -- Is pedophilia always harmful? -- Should female circumcision be banned? -- Should the FCC restrict broadcast "indecency"? -- Should sexual content on the internet be restricted?
Summary
A debate-style reader provides an introduction to controversial issues in human sexuality, followed by arguments presenting opposing viewpoints on the topic.
Subjects
Sex customs -- United States.
Sexual ethics -- United States.
Sex (Psychology)
Sex.
Sexual orientation.
Sex and law -- United States.
Additional Author
Taverner, William J.
Collection
Wolfgram Memorial Lbrary Collection
Call Number
HQ18.U5 T35 2008
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Encyclopedia of birth control /

https://widenersexualityarchives.org/en/permalink/marc_46402326
Responsibility
Vern L. Bullough, editor ; Brenda Appleby ... [et al.], associate editors ; with James A. Brundage ... [et al.].
Date of Publication
c2001
Format
Text
Responsibility
Vern L. Bullough, editor ; Brenda Appleby ... [et al.], associate editors ; with James A. Brundage ... [et al.].
Place of Publication
Santa Barbara, Calif
Publisher
ABC-CLIO
Date of Publication
c2001
Physical Description
xv, 349 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Format
Text
ISBN
1576071812 (alk. paper)
9781576071816 (alk. paper)
1576075338 (e-book)
9781576075333 (e-book)
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
Abortion -- Abortion and birth control clinics -- Abortion in the nineteenth century -- Abortion in the twentieth century -- Abstinence -- African slaves in the United States and birth control -- Age at pregnancy -- American birth control league -- Anemia, diet and pregnancy -- Apothecaries, abortifacients, contraceptives and patent medicines -- Augustine, Saint (d. 430) -- Barrier contraceptives -- Besant, Annie (1847-1933) -- Birth control -- Birth control clinical research bureau -- Birth control review -- Bradlaugh, Charles (1833-1891) -- Bradlaugh-Besant trial -- Breast-feeding as a method of birth control -- Brownsville birth control clinic -- Cadbury, George (1907-1995) -- Canada and birth control -- Canon law and abortion -- Canon law and contraception -- Carlile, Richard (1790-1843) -- Catholic Church (American) and birth control -- Cervical cap -- Cervical rings -- China and birth control -- Christian hostility to birth control -- Classical medical and scientific writers on birth control -- Classical world -- Coitus interruptus (withdrawal) -- Coitus reservatus -- Comstock, Anthony (1844-1915) and Comstockery -- Condom -- Cooper James F. (1880-1931) -- Council of Trent and Catholic tradition -- Criminalizing of abortion -- Demography and population control in early modern Europe -- Dennett, Mary Coffin Ware (1872-1947) -- Diaphragm -- Dickinson, Robert Latou ((1861-1950) -- Distribution of contraceptive products in nineteenth century America -- Douching -- Drysdale, George (1825-1904) -- Dung -- Ejaculation and pregnancy -- Emergency contraception -- Eugenics -- Family planning as a right (United Nations) -- Fellatio as a contraceptive technique -- Fertile period -- Fertility in males -- Food and drug administration (United States) -- Foote, Edward Bliss (1829-1906) -- France and birth control -- Freethinkers, radicals and socialists -- Gamble, Clarence James (1894-1966) -- German medical contributors -- Goldman, Emma (1869-1940) -- Herbal contraceptives and abortifacients -- Homosexuality as birth control -- Hormones and their delivery for contraceptive purposes -- Implants -- India and birth control -- Infant mortality -- Infanticide -- Infibulation -- Injectables -- Intercourse, age, and pregnancy potential -- International meetings and congresses -- Intrauterine devices (IUDs) -- Islam -- Jailed -- Judaism and the Jewish tradition -- Kaufman, Alvin Ratz (1885-?) -- Knowlton, Charles (1800-1850) -- Male contraceptives -- Male potential for impregnating -- Malthus, Thomas Robert (1766-1834) -- Masturbation -- Maternity ratio, total -- McCormick, Katharine Dexter (1875-1967) -- Medieval Europe -- Mineral contraceptives and abortifacients -- Modernity and falling birthrates -- Mothers' clinic and its successors -- National birth control league -- Native Americans of California -- Neo-Malthusians -- Nineteenth-century fertility trends in England and the United States -- Noyes, John Humphrey (1811-1886) -- Onanism -- Opponents of birth control and abortion in the nineteenth century -- Oral contraceptives -- Owen, Robert Dale (1801-1877) -- Pessary -- Physiology of reproduction -- Pincus, Gregory Goodwin (1903-1967) -- Place, Francis (1771-1854) -- Plastic wrap -- Polygamy -- Polygyny and sex ratios -- Population control and organization -- Pregnancy potential -- Protestantism in the sixteenth and seventeenth century -- Quickening -- Robinson, William Josephus (1867-1936) -- RU 486 -- Sanger, Margaret Louise (Higgins) (1879-1966) -- Self-help literature in the nineteenth century -- Serena -- Social purity movement -- Spermicides -- Sponges, tampons, and vaginal inserts -- Sterile period (Rhythm method) -- Sterilization -- Stone, Hannah (1893-1941) -- Stopes, Marie Charlotte Carmichael (1880-1941) -- United States v. One package -- Vaginal rings -- Violence against abortion providers -- Voluntary parenthood league -- Witchcraft, contraception and abortion -- Women and the control of reproduction -- Yarros, Rachelle Slobodinsky (1869-1964) -- World survey of birth control practices.
Subjects
Birth control -- Encyclopedias.
Contraception -- Encyclopedias.
Additional Author
Bullough, Vern L.
Collection
Wolfgram Memorial Lbrary Collection
Call Number
HQ766 .E52 2001
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Health education : creating strategies for school and community health /

https://widenersexualityarchives.org/en/permalink/marc_44769186
Responsibility
Glen G. Gilbert, Robin G. Sawyer.
Edition
2nd ed.
Date of Publication
Ã2000
Format
Text
Responsibility
Glen G. Gilbert, Robin G. Sawyer.
Author
Gilbert, Glen G.
Edition
2nd ed.
Place of Publication
Sudbury, Mass
Publisher
Jones and Bartlett
Date of Publication
Ã2000
Physical Description
xix, 346 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Format
Text
ISBN
0763713341
9780763713348
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction -- Process of Health Education -- History of Health Education -- Goals of the Text -- Health Education Competencies -- Method Selection Components -- Chapter 2. Planning for Instruction -- Program Planning -- Needs Assessment -- Target Population -- Focus Groups -- The Links Among Goals, Objectives, and Evaluation -- Why Use Objectives? -- Issues in Setting Objectives and Selecting Interventions/Methods -- Process Objectives -- Writing Outcome/Impact Objectives -- Writing General Goals -- Narrowing Goals to Measurable Objectives -- Writing Self-Contained Outcome/Impact Objectives -- Other Objective-Writing Formats -- Suggested Recipe for Writing Health Education Outcome/Impact Objectives -- Objective-Writing Exercises -- Examples of Goal and Objective Setting -- Ethics as Part of Planning -- Human Subjects Review -- Ethical Obligations to Employer -- The Learning Environment -- Using the Total Environment -- Chapter 3. Selecting an Intervention/Method -- Objectives as Drivers of Selection -- Educational Principles -- Theory and Model Application -- Models -- Limitations and Future Directions -- Educational Domains -- Characteristics of Learner and Community -- Packaging the Total Intervention Strategy -- Chapter 4. Presentation and Unit Plan Development -- Lesson/Presentation Plans -- Unit Plans -- Unit Construction Guidelines -- Chapter 5. Methods of Instruction/Intervention -- Using Methods as a Framework -- Method/Intervention 1. Getting-Acquainted (Icebreaker) Activities -- Method/Intervention 2. Audiotapes -- Method/Intervention 3. Audiovisual Materials -- Method/Intervention 4. Brainstorming -- Method/Intervention 5. Case Studies -- Method/Intervention 6. Computer-Assisted Instruction -- Method/Intervention 7. Cooperative Learning and Group Work -- Method/Intervention 8. Debates -- Method/Intervention 9. Displays and Bulletin Boards -- Method/Intervention 10. Educational Games -- Method/Intervention 11. Experiments and Demonstrations -- Method/Intervention 12. Field Trips -- Method/Intervention 13. Guest Speakers -- Method/Intervention 14. Guided Imagery -- Method/Intervention 15. Humor -- Method/Intervention 16. Lecture -- Method/Intervention 17. Mass Media -- Method/Intervention 18. Models -- Method/Intervention 19. Music -- Method/Intervention 20. Newsletters -- Method/Intervention 21. Panels -- Method/Intervention 22. Peer Education -- Method/Intervention 23. Personal Improvement Projects -- Method/Intervention 24. Problem Solving -- Method/Intervention 25. Puppets -- Method/Intervention 26. Role Plays -- Method/Intervention 27. Self-Appraisals -- Method/Intervention 28. Service Learning -- Method/Intervention 29. Simulations -- Method/Intervention 30. Theater -- Method/Intervention 31. Value Clarification -- Method/Intervention 32. Word Games and Puzzles -- Promising Methods by Topic -- Chapter 6. Personal Computers and the Internet -- Now That You Are Online -- Conducting a Search -- Selecting a Search Engine -- Caveat Emptor -- The Feds Strike Back! -- Evaluating Internet Sites -- Understanding and Decoding URLs -- Correctly Citing Web Sources -- Personal Computers, the Internet, and Health Education -- Distance Learning and Health Education -- Chat Rooms -- Bulletin Boards -- Finding Colleagues -- Technology Pioneers in Health Education -- Videoconferencing -- Chapter 7. Using Media and Common Audiovisual Equipment -- Major Types of Media -- The Dinosaur Section -- Preparing Visual Materials -- Selecting and Evaluating Media -- Media Development -- Media Literacy -- Chapter 8. Minority Health -- Changing Demographics in the United States -- Should We Study Minority Health? -- Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health -- Cultural Competency -- Tuskegee -- A Legacy of Doubt -- Tuskegee Postscript -- Suggested Health Promotion Strategies for Diverse Cultures -- Ethnicity and the Health Educator -- Chapter 9. Special Challenges -- Exceptional Populations -- Visually Impaired -- Learning Disabled -- Deafness -- Chapter 10. Controversial Topics: Sexuality Education -- Justification of Program Development -- Current Issue: Abstinence Versus Responsibility -- Developing Goals and Objectives for Sexuality Education -- Opposition to Sexuality Education -- Obstacles to Teaching Sex Education -- Avoiding Trouble in Sexuality Education -- Establishing Curriculum or Program in a Controversial Area -- Political Correctness and the Health Educator -- Appendix. Resources -- Entry-Level Health Educator Competencies -- Graduate-Level Health Educator Competencies -- Code of Ethics for the Health Education Profession -- Professional Organizations.
Subjects
Health education -- United States.
Additional Author
Sawyer, Robin G.
Collection
Wolfgram Memorial Lbrary Collection
Call Number
RA440.5 .G48 2000
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Sexuality today : the human perspective /

https://widenersexualityarchives.org/en/permalink/marc_57002901
Responsibility
Gary F. Kelly.
Edition
8th ed.
Date of Publication
Ã2006
Format
Text
Responsibility
Gary F. Kelly.
Author
Kelly, Gary F.
Edition
8th ed.
Place of Publication
Boston
Publisher
McGraw-Hill
Date of Publication
Ã2006
Physical Description
xxiv, 593, G-11, R-39, C-1, I-31 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
Format
Text
ISBN
0073022667
9780073022666
0073138770
9780073138770
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
pt. 1: Social and biological foundations of human sexuality -- 1. Historical, research, and cross-cultural perspectives on sexuality -- Influences of culture on sexuality -- Sexual revolution in western cultures -- Shifting sexual attitudes -- Sex research: a brief historical survey -- Methods of sexological research -- 2. Female sexual anatomy and physiology -- Vulva -- Vagina -- Uterus and ovaries -- Female breasts -- Breast cancer -- Menstrual cycle -- Menopause -- 3. Male sexual anatomy and physiology -- Testes and scrotum -- Penis -- Internal male organs -- Prostate problems -- Sperm production and ejaculation -- Male hormones and the male climacteric -- Testosterone replacement therapy -- 4. Human sexual response -- Masters and Johnson four-phase model -- Kaplan's three-phase model -- Sexual arousal -- Female sexual response -- Male sexual response -- Hormones and sexual arousal -- Effects of aging on sexual response -- 5. Developmental and social perspectives on gender -- Intersexuality -- Gender identity and role -- Sexual differentiation -- Interpretations of gender -- Models of masculinity and femininity -- Lessons from transgenderism -- Biological and evolutionary foundations of gender roles -- Theories of gender role development -- Psychodynamic perspectives -- Social learning theory -- Cognitive-developmental theory -- Gender schema theory -- Behavioral genetics -- Multifactorial "web" -- Gender in society and culture -- Growing up female and male -- Gender in the workplace -- Feminism -- Asserting masculinity -- Gender across cultures.
pt. 2: Understanding sexuality in ourselves and our relationships -- 6. Sexuality through the life cycle -- Psychosexual development -- Biopsychological drive / instinct theory -- Psychodynamic theory -- Conditioning and social learning theory -- Developmental theory -- Unified theoretical model of psychosexual development -- Contemporary social process theory -- Sexuality in infancy and childhood: Sexual curiosity -- Love and romance -- Sexuality in adolescence: Early adolescent sexuality -- Sexual behavior -- Heterosexual activity -- Masturbation -- Social development -- Same-gender sexual activity -- Teenage pregnancy -- Sexual health -- Adult sexuality and relationships -- Intimacy, sexuality, and coupling -- Mate selection -- Marriage, cohabitation, singles, and sex -- Monogamy versus nonmonogamy -- Trends in marriage -- Divorce -- Sexuality and aging -- 7. Sexual individuality and sexual values -- Labeling sex: establishing standards -- Language of sexual orientation -- Sexual individuality -- Sex and values -- Sex as a moral issue -- Spirituality, religion, and sex -- Sexuality education -- Current sexuality education debate -- Sexuality education and cultural diversity -- Sex and disability groups -- Intellectual or developmental disability -- Visual and auditory disabilities -- Spinal cord injuries -- Other physical and mental disabilities -- 8. Sexuality, communication, and relationships -- Communication about sex -- The words we use to talk about sex -- Sexual games we play -- Effective communication -- Loving relationships and sexuality.
pt. 3: Human reproduction, contraception, and abortion: sexuality confronts social policy -- 9. Reproduction, reproductive technology, and birthing -- fertilization and fetal development -- Twinning and other multiples -- Implantation of the embryo -- Extra embryonic membranes and the placenta -- reproduction and fetal technology -- Genetic engineering and gene therapy -- Artificial insemination -- Production and storage of gametes and embryos -- In vitro fertilization -- Choosing sex of fetus -- Human cloning -- Embryo and stem cell research -- Surrogate motherhood -- Fetal technology -- Infertility and sexuality -- Pregnancy and birthing -- The birth process -- Birthing alternatives -- Postpartum care -- 10. Decision making about pregnancy and parenthood -- World population and the status of children -- Choosing to become a parent -- Birth control today -- Deciding about contraceptives: Ethical and religious influences -- Political factors -- Health considerations -- Psychological and social factors -- Effective contraception -- "Right" contraceptive -- Methods of birth control: Contraceptive effectiveness -- Sharing the responsibility for birth control -- Abstinence, sex without intercourse, and withdrawal -- Oral contraceptives: the pill -- Hormonal implants, patches, and rings -- Injectables -- Spermicides, sponges, and suppositories -- Barrier methods -- Intrauterine devices (IUDs) -- Natural family planning / fertility awareness -- Voluntary surgical contraception (sterilization) -- Emergency contraception -- New methods of contraception -- Unintended pregnancy: the options -- Keeping the baby -- Adoption -- Termination of pregnancy -- Methods of abortion -- Use of embryonic tissue -- Psychological considerations.
pt. 4: Sexual behavior and contemporary society -- 11. Solitary sex and shared sex -- Shared sexual behavior -- Same-gender sexual sharing -- Heterosexual intercourse -- 12. Same-gender orientation and behavior -- The Kinsey Scale and its limitations -- Cross-cultural comparisons -- The effects of homophobia and biphobia -- Religious views -- The Bell, Weinberg, and Hammersmith Study on Sexual Orientation -- Forming an identity as a gay male, lesbian, or bisexual and coming out -- Sexual orientation and society -- Gay and lesbian culture -- HIV / AIDS and the gay community -- Sexual orientation and the military -- Marriage and legalized same-gender partnerships -- Gay and lesbian families -- 13. The spectrum of human sexual behavior -- Varying degrees of sexual interest and activity -- Celibacy as a choice -- Transgender identities and behaviors -- Cross-dressing: transvestism -- Autogynephilia -- Sex reassignment for transsexuals -- Need to enhance sexual arousal -- Use of Erotica and pornography -- Atypical and potentially problematic sexual connections -- Sex worker industry -- Adult internet chat lines -- Frotteurism and Toucherism -- Exhibitionism -- Sadomasochism -- Sex with animals -- Sex with the dead -- Casual sex and pansexualism -- 14. Sex, art, the media, and the law -- Nudity and sex in art -- Erotic art -- Sex and printed page: Evolution of sexuality in literature -- Themes in contemporary literature, lyrics, and plays -- Magazines, journals, tabloids, and comics -- Sex in the media: Films -- Pornographic films and videos / DVDs -- CD-ROMs and the Internet -- Television -- Advertising -- Child pornography -- effects of sexually explicit materials -- Pornography, aggression, and violence -- Pornography, the Courts, and the Law.
pt. 5: Dealing with sexual problems -- 15. Sexual coercion, rape, and abuse -- Negative self-attitudes -- Coercion, abuse, or assault of others -- Results of prejudice and ignorance -- Self-destructive behaviors and the paraphilias -- The sexual addiction controversy -- Sexual harassment -- Sexual harassment in schools and colleges -- Sexual harassment in the military -- Sexual harassment in the workplace -- Sexual boundary violations by professionals -- Sexual coercion and forced sex -- Coercive and abusive relationships -- Acquaintance rape -- Marital rape -- Men forced to have sex -- Sexual abuse of children and adolescents -- Adult sexual abusers -- Child and adolescent sexual abusers -- Effects of child sexual abuse -- Treating victims of child sexual abuse -- Treating offenders -- Incestual sex -- Recovered or false memories: the controversy -- Preventing and dealing with problematic sex -- 16. Sexually transmitted diseases and other physical problems -- History and incidence of sexually transmitted diseases -- Nonviral sexually transmitted infections: Gonorrhea -- Syphilis -- Chlamydia -- Nonspecific urethritis in males -- Vulvovaginal infections -- Viral sexually transmitted infections: Genital herpes -- Genital warts -- Hepatitis A, B, and C -- Other sexually transmitted infections: Pubic lice -- Sexually transmitted diseases of tropical climates -- Sexually transmitted skin infections -- Preventing sexually transmitted diseases -- Sexual effects of debilitating illnesses -- 17. The HIV / AIDS crisis and sexual decisions -- The appearance of HIV and AIDS -- HIV: the infection and the virus -- HIV testing, treatment, and vaccines -- Promise of microbicides -- HIV and society -- Individual freedom versus Public Health interests -- HIV and personal decisions about sex -- HIV education -- 18. Sexual dysfunctions and their treatment -- Understanding sexual dysfunctions -- Vaginismus and the sexual pain disorders -- Orgasmic disorders -- Premature ejaculation: lack of ejaculatory control -- Postejaculatory pain -- Causes of sexual dysfunctions -- Alcohol, drugs, and medications -- Psychological factors: the pressure to perform -- Treating sexual dysfunctions: Medical treatments -- Biomedical engineering devices -- Psychotherapeutic treatments -- What is a sex therapist? -- Behavioral approaches to sex therapy -- Is sex therapy effective? -- Ethical issues in sex therapy.
Subjects
Sex.
Sex instruction.
Sexual health.
Sex customs -- United States.
Collection
Wolfgram Memorial Lbrary Collection
Call Number
HQ21 .K259 2006
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