Not for the 'Faint Hearted': Engaging Young People in Researching Sexuality Education

Amanda Smith , Bernadette Duffy

Researching young peoples’ perspectives is an area not for the ‘faint hearted’ as it poses numerous challenges. This complexity is compounded when researching young peoples’ perspectives of sexuality education. So why do it? Young people have a right to self-determine how their educational needs are met. This research was structured to investigate the perspectives of 12 to 15 year olds (n = 100) in relation to their sexuality education learning experiences and preferences. 

 

 

Recorded in September 2013 at the 21st WAS Congress for Sexual Health
‘Sexual Issues Straight from the Heart,’ Porto Alegre, Brazil.
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Amanda Smith

School of Health Sciences, University of Ballarat, Australia.

Bernadette Duffy

School of Health Sciences, University of Ballarat, Australia.

Bernadette Duffy
Co-authors: Dr Nina Fotinatos 1, Dr Jenene Burke 2; 1- University of Ballarat - School of Health Sciences. 2- University of Ballarat - School of Education & Arts
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