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Volume 14, Number 1, 2 January 2014

Impact and cost-effectiveness analysis of the national school-based sexuality education programme in Estonia
pp. 1-13(13)
Authors: Kivela, Jari; Haldre, Kai; Part, Kai; Ketting, Evert; Baltussen, Rob

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Understanding parental views of adolescent sexuality and sex education in Ecuador: a qualitative study
pp. 14-27(14)
Authors: Jerves, Elena; López, Silvia; Castro, Cecilia; Ortiz, William; Palacios, María; Rober, Peter; Enzlin, Paul

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Domestic abuse prevention education: listening to the views of young people
pp. 28-41(14)
Authors: Fox, Claire L.; Hale, Rebecca; Gadd, David

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Students teach sex education: introducing alternative conceptions of sexuality
pp. 67-80(14)
Authors: Buck, Alison; Parrotta, Kylie

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Teacher perspectives on abstinence and safe sex education in South Africa
pp. 81-94(14)
Authors: Francis, Dennis A.; DePalma, Renée

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Do primary students understand how pregnancy can occur? A comparison of students in Jakarta, West Java, West Nusa Tenggara and South Sulawesi, Indonesia
pp. 95-109(15)
Authors: Utomo, Iwu Dwisetyani; McDonald, Peter; Reimondos, Anna; Utomo, Ariane; Hull, Terence H.

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