Process drama and sex education: Advocating for drama-based components of adolescent health initiatives
There is a rich history of applied theatre techniques being used in health education in many areas, including adolescent sex education. Theatrical intervention may take a number of forms and has been implemented around the world by schools, theatre companies, social service agencies and non-governmental organizations. This article will examine the structure of theatrical sex education interventions over the past twenty years and put forth an argument for bringing process drama to the forefront as a way to change attitudes and beliefs around sexuality.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: New York University
Publication date: 2011-08-22
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