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ERIC Number: ED298357
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1986
Pages: 54
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
Conflict and Challenge--Teen Programs Today.
Britton, Patti O., Ed.; And Others
Emphasis, Win 1985-86
This issue of Emphasis addresses the educator's role in confronting adolescent pregnancy by presenting articles on educational programs for adolescents which have been developed and/or implemented by Planned Parenthood affiliates. Programs are presented which attempt to provide information to adolescents or to the community; to change attitudes, such as changing young men's attitudes about responsibility for contraception; or to change behavior. Articles include: (1) "In Perspective" (Susan Newcomer)--people and programs in sexuality education; (2) "A Center for Change" (Sally Kohn and Pat Maloney)--an inner city teen pregnancy prevention program; (3) "Males: A New Market" (Joanne Rocco Bruno)--Planned Parenthood programs for men; (4) "Panel for Prevention" (Pat Lyden)--views on delaying sexual activity and using contraceptives responsibly; (5) "The Case for Counseling" (Ellen Taves) emphasizes personal history and relevant choices in the counseling process; (6) "A Community of Volunteers" (Margo Mills-Smith)--teen outreach program; (7) "Progress for Peers" (Cindy J. Biggs)--an Ohio Community-implemented high school education program; (8) "Close-Up: Doug Kirby" (Michael McGee)--an interview with the director of research at the Center for Population Options; (9) "The Clinic Connection" (Marcia Aslakson) describes a Michigan school-based teen health clinic; (10) "Accent on...Electronic Sexuality" tells of a Milwaukee forum that addressed the question of whether teen sexual attitudes and behavior are influenced by music; (11) "Humboldt Heralds FLE" (Randy Crutcher) focuses on a family life education (FLE) program in California; (12) "How to Say No" (Patricia Brogan and Patti O. Britton)) provides teens with the skills to say no to undesired sexual intercourse; (13) "A Cornucopia of Care" (Cathy Ahart) describes a program for helping teens and their families with practical support; (14) "Dallas Drama in Demand" (Elena Love) tells of a Texas teen theater troupe that improvises skits dealing with problems of peer pressure and teen pregnancy; and (15) "Courting Challenge" (Jaxie Farrell) discusses a Washington program taught jointly by Planned Parenthood and the Walla Walla office of Juvenile Court Services. A 25-page annotated bibligraphy dealing with topics such as sexuality education, contraception, parenthood, and reproductive health is appended. (NB)
Education Dept., Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc., 810 Seventh Avenue, New York, NY 10019.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc., New York, NY. Education Dept.