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Burns, Sharyn; Hendriks, Jacqueline – Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning, 2018
This paper describes the formative, process and short term impact evaluation of sexuality and relationships education (SRE) training for teachers in Western Australia (WA) over a three year period. The training represents one component of a broader project, the aims of which are to improve teacher's confidence and skills in delivering SRE, and to…
Descriptors: Sexuality, Sex Education, Interpersonal Relationship, Workshops
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Cabras, Cristina; Marmillata, Sara; Sechi, Cristina – Social Psychology of Education: An International Journal, 2018
Sexual objectification can be defined as an imprecise cognitive process which produces inaccurate evaluations according to gender. Moreover, sexual objectification restricts evaluation to a single aspect of people: appearance (Langton in "Future Philos" 285-303, 2004; Langton in "Sexual solipsism: philosophical essays on pornography…
Descriptors: Gender Bias, Teacher Attitudes, Student Evaluation, Foreign Countries
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Botfield, Jessica R.; Zwi, Anthony B.; Rutherford, Alison; Newman, Christy E. – Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning, 2018
In a multicultural nation such as Australia, it is important for young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds to have access to quality relationships and sexuality education, as they are known to be less well engaged with mainstream services. A study was undertaken to explore the complexities and opportunities for engaging this group with…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Refugees, Migrants, Sex Education
Lehmann, Kay – MultiMedia Schools, 2002
Discusses how to avoid pornographic sites when using the Internet in classrooms. Highlights include re-setting the Internet home page; putting appropriate links in a Word document; creating a Web page with appropriate links; downloading the content of a Web site; educating the students; and re-checking all Web addresses. (LRW)
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Internet, Pornography
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Anwar, Chairul – Journal of Education and Practice, 2015
Globalization process went very quickly and move brings tremendous impact and implications for life, including educational institutions. Objectively, students in public schools and private are increasingly far deviated from the values of religious and moral values, the brawl between students, pornography and pornographic, played by students, abuse…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Religion Studies, Islam, Values Education
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Chong, Abdullah Maria; Lee, Phaik Gaik; Roslan, Samsilah; Baba, Maznah – SAGE Open, 2015
This study examined the relationships between emotional intelligence (EI) and the delinquent behavior (DB) of the students. The level of DB reported by the students is categorized under the headings of crime, drugs, vandalism, pornography and sexual behavior, other misbehavior, and dishonesty. Meanwhile, EI is investigated by looking at the level…
Descriptors: Emotional Intelligence, At Risk Students, Student Behavior, Delinquency
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Burton, David L.; Duty, Kerry Jo; Leibowitz, George S. – Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 2011
This study compares sexually victimized and nonsexually victimized male adolescent sexual abusers on a number of variables. Self-report measures were administered to 325 male sexually abusive youth (average age 16) in six residential facilities in the Midwest, 55% of whom reported sexual victimization. The results indicate that the sexually…
Descriptors: Child Abuse, Pornography, Victims of Crime, Sexual Abuse
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Paletz, David L. – Journal of Communication, 1988
Examines the National Commission on Pornography's purposes, membership, activities, deliberations, recommendations, and "Final Report." Notes that the Commission used evidence selectively and ignored recent thinking and scholarship on pornography. Points out that the commission received little attention from the mass media. (ARH)
Descriptors: Government Publications, Mass Media, Obscenity, Pornography
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Currin, Joseph M.; Hubach, Randolph D.; Durham, André R.; Kavanaugh, Katherine E.; Vineyard, Zachary; Croff, Julie M. – Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning, 2017
The information shared in schools on sex education in the USA is highly variable depending on the state and sometimes city in which a student lives. Gay and bisexual students living in a socially conservative, primarily rural state such as Oklahoma often receive little information about sexual health information that pertains to their behaviours…
Descriptors: Social Attitudes, Homosexuality, Semi Structured Interviews, Males
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Allen, Mike; And Others – Journal of Communication, 1995
Summarizes the literature examining the association between acceptance of rape myths and exposure to pornography. States that nonexperimental methodology shows that exposure to pornography does not increase rape myth acceptance, while experimental studies show that exposure to pornography increases rape myth acceptance. Concludes that experimental…
Descriptors: Behavior Theories, Communication Research, Meta Analysis, Pornography
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Hachiya, Robert F. – Clearing House: A Journal of Educational Strategies, Issues and Ideas, 2017
Cell phones and the use of social media have changed the environment in schools, and principals recognize all too well that new technology is almost always accompanied by new ways to misuse or abuse that technology. The addition of a camera to cell phones has unfortunately been accompanied with the serious problem of "sexting" by youth…
Descriptors: Principals, Investigations, Telecommunications, Handheld Devices
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Baron, Larry – Society, 1987
To right-wing groups and some feminists pornography symbolizes immorality. The Attorney General's Commission on Pornography supported this thinking. It concluded that pornography increases aggression and it instituted a crackdown on pornography. Since no empirical evidence supports its conclusions, the commission was more concerned with censorship…
Descriptors: Censorship, Federal Regulation, Feminism, Mass Media Effects
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Linz, Daniel; And Others – Journal of Communication, 1988
Daniel Linz and Edward Donnerstein criticize the research methods and conclusions of pornography researchers Dolf Zillmann and Jennings Bryant (who allege that consumption of pornography results in antisocial effects). Zillman and Bryant respond. (ARH)
Descriptors: Media Research, Pornography, Rape, Research Problems
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Pritchard, David; And Others – Journalism Quarterly, 1987
Explores the relationships between prosecutorial action and prosecutors' perceptions of how important pornography is to the public, press, and the prosecutors themselves. Specifically focuses on the factors that influence Indiana prosecutors' behavior with respect to pornography and concludes that they tend to respond to public and press opinion…
Descriptors: Advocacy, Criminal Law, Law Enforcement, Lawyers
Koberstein, Jennifer A. – Chronicle of Higher Education, 1986
Campus and administrative concerns about pornography on campus are increasing, including controversy over sale of periodicals on campus, screening of sexually explicit movies, student participation in films as actors, and education of students about social issues related to pornography. (MSE)
Descriptors: Administrator Role, College Role, College Stores, Constitutional Law
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