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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 17, Number 5, 3 September 2017

Using a comprehensive sexuality education framework to analyse the contents of a Brazilian adolescent health handbook
pp. 485-497(13)
Authors: Jobim Fischer, Vinicius; González-Jiménez, Antonio José

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Could Australia have its own teacher professional standards for teaching relationships and sexuality education?
pp. 512-528(17)
Authors: Collier-Harris, Christine A.; Goldman, Juliette D. G.

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Young people’s perceptions of relationships and sexual practices in the abstinence-only context of Uganda
pp. 529-543(15)
Authors: de Haas, Billie; Hutter, Inge; Timmerman, Greetje

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Implementing community-based comprehensive sexuality education with high-risk youth in a conservative environment: lessons learned
pp. 544-554(11)
Authors: Secor-Turner, Molly; Randall, Brandy A.; Christensen, Katie; Jacobson, Amy; Loyola Meléndez, Migdalia

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Talking relationships, babies and bodies with young children: the experiences of parents in England
pp. 588-603(16)
Authors: Stone, Nicole; Ingham, Roger; McGinn, Laura; Bengry-Howell, Andrew

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