Context and 'contextualisation' in sex and relationships education.
Health Education, 106 (6).
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||a. Sex and relationships education b. Qualitative research, using in depth interviews and focus group discussions c. This paper adds to growing efforts to ‘contextualise’ young people’s experiences of sexual relationships in research and sex and relationships education (SRE). The study makes an original contribution by focusing on the factors young men and women identify as influencing sexual relationships attitudes and experiences, together with future aspirations, in a way not hitherto seen in the literature. Significant recommendations are made for the future development of SRE programmes. e. 52 young men and women from a diverse range of backgrounds were involved in in-depth interviews and focus group discussions. f. Paper peer reviewed through journal which accepted it for publication. g. Sole authored.
||Sociology, Sexual and reproductive health (inc. HIV/AIDS), PSE, Young people, Health promotion
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