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NCJ Number: 30908 Find in a Library
Title: HUMAN SEXUALITY (FROM AMERICAN CORRECTIONAL ASSOCIATION ANNUAL CONGRESS OF CORRECTION, 104 - PROCEEDINGS HOUSTON, TEXAS, AUGUST 18-22, 1974, 1975 - SEE NCJ-30907)
Author(s): R GLICK
Corporate Author: American Correctional Assoc
United States of America
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 16
Sponsoring Agency: American Correctional Assoc
Alexandria, VA 22314
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: THE TEXT OF A SPEECH IN WHICH THE AUTHOR DISCUSSES THE ESTABLISHMENT AND OPERATIONS OF SEX EDUCATION PROGRAMS IN JUVENILE CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES AND EXAMINES THE NEED FOR SEX EDUCATION FOR BOTH INMATES AND STAFF.
Abstract: COMMON AREAS OF MISINFORMATION ABOUT REPORDUCTION AND HUMAN SEXUALITY ARE EXAMINED, AND THE PROBLEMS CAUSED BY THIS MISINFORMATION ARE OUTLINED. IT IS ARGUED THAT MANY OF THE PROBLEMS FACED BY JUVENILES AND ADULTS ALIKE STEM FROM PROBLEMS WITH THEIR OWN SEXUALITY, INCLUDING DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE, AGGRESSIVENESS, AND MARITAL PROBLEMS. A WIDE RANGE OF ISSUES CONCERNING HUMAN SEXUALITY, SEXUAL ROLE BEHAVIOR, AND SEXUAL ATTITUDES ARE EXAMINED.
Index Term(s): American Correctional Association (ACA); Correctional institutions (juvenile); Counseling; Education; Inmate Programs; Juvenile correctional facilities; Sexual behavior
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