The US Government's Sex Education Campaign from World War One to the Internet
Lord, Alexandra M.Publisher: John Hopkins University, USA
Year Published: 2010
Pages: 224pp Price: $40
Resource Type: Book
Alexandra Lord addresses th US government's sex education efforts, successes and failures. She describes how religious and cultural forces of the American society have hampered the efforts of public health officials in promoting effective sex education.
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