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Volume 13, Number 4, 1 July 2013

Trauma-informed sexuality education: recognising the rights and resilience of youth
pp. 383-394(12)
Authors: Fava, Nicole M.; Bay-Cheng, Laina Y.

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Sexual and reproductive health and rights: implications for comprehensive sex education among young people in Uganda
pp. 409-422(14)
Authors: Rijsdijk, Liesbeth E.; Lie, Rico; Bos, Arjan E.R.; Leerlooijer, Joanne N.; Kok, Gerjo

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Sexual agency and ambivalence in the narratives of first time sexual experiences of adolescent girls in Jamaica: implications for sex education
pp. 437-449(13)
Authors: Geary, Cynthia Waszak; Baumgartner, Joy Noel; Wedderburn, Maxine; Montoya, Tanya; Catone, Jessica

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Topics discussed with mothers and fathers for parent–child sex communication among African-American adolescents
pp. 450-458(9)
Authors: Sneed, Carl D.; Somoza, Christian G.; Jones, Taurean; Alfaro, Sandra

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Parental involvement in sexuality education: advancing understanding through an analysis of findings from the 2010 Irish Contraception and Crisis Pregnancy Study
pp. 459-469(11)
Authors: Kelleher, Caroline; Boduszek, Daniel; Bourke, Ashling; McBride, Orla; Morgan, Karen

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