A qualitative study of undergraduate students' learning experience in sexology

Lorel Mayberry

This research responds to significant issues related to the problematic nature of sexuality in Australian society. The proposed phenomenological study will provide insights into how higher education students extend their understanding of sexuality. It emerges from the considerable body of anecdotal evidence that has been gathered over thirty years in the award winning1 sexuality education program at Curtin University.

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Recorded at 19th WAS World Congress for Sexual Health - Sexual Health & Rights: A Global Challenge Göteborg (Sweden) - June 21 – 25, 2009

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Lorel Mayberry

Lecturer in Sexology, School of Public Health, Curtin University, WA.  Lorel has worked at WA universities as a lecturer in health education and sexology. Lorel specialises in the teaching of the controversial issues. She wears many hats including previously coordinating the statewide sexual health education training with the curriculum materials – ‘Growing and developing healthy relationships' GDHR (a joint initiative of Departments of Health and Education and Training).

 

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