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Teenage sexuality : opposing viewpoints

Teenage sexuality : opposing viewpoints / Karin L. Swisher, book editor ; Terry O'Neill & Bruno Leone, assistant editors.
San Diego, CA : Greenhaven Press, c1994.
236 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Other contributors
Swisher, Karin, 1966-
O'Neill, Terry, 1944-
Leone, Bruno, 1939-
Uniform series
Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 226-228) and index.
  • Changing family attitudes affect teen sexuality / Patricia Hersch
  • Social attitudes affect teen sexuality / Catherine S. Chilman
  • Popular culture affects teen sexuality / Joy Overbeck
  • The media affect teen sexuality / Debra W. Haffner, Marcy Kelly & L. Brent Bozell III
  • Sex education affects teen sexuality / Gary L. Bauer
  • Pornography affects teen sexuality / Kenneth S. Kantzer
  • Family breakdown causes teen pregnancy / Suzanne Fields
  • Adults are responsible for teen pregnancy / Mike Males
  • Teenage girls' low educational expectations pose pregnancy risks / Claire Brindis
  • Cultural influences contribute to teen pregnancy / Leon Dash
  • A variety of factors cause teen pregnancy / LaWanda Ravoira & Andrew L. Cherry Jr.
  • Norplant will reduce teen pregnancy / Catherine O'Neill
  • Norplant will not reduce teen pregnancy / Tom Bethell
  • Welfare reform could reduce teen pregnancy / Phyllis Schlafly
  • Eliminating government programs could reduce teen pregnancy / Howard Hurwitz
  • Society's condemnation of illegitimacy can reduce teen pregnancy / Stephen Chapman
  • Improved education could reduce teen pregnancy / Douglas J. Besharov
  • Improving teenagers' quality of life could reduce teen pregnancy / Deborah L. Rhode
  • Sex education is necessary / Sol Gordon
  • Sex education is harmful / Dana Mack
  • Schools should provide candid education on sexuality topics / Debra W. Haffner
  • Schools should not provide sexuality education / Haven Bradford Gow
  • Sex education programs should demand abstinence / Nancy Pearcey
  • Many abstinence-based programs are harmful / Leslie M. Kantor
  • Gay teens should be treated as high suicide risks / B. Jaye Miller
  • Gay teen vulnerability to suicide is mere propaganda / Don Feder
  • School curricula should support gay teens / Del Stover
  • School curricula should not provide homosexual propaganda / Joseph Sobran
  • Parents should support their gay children / Walter Fricke
  • Parents should support their gay children and pray for their change / Stephen Arterburn & Jim Burns
  • Homosexual teenagers should commit themselves to celibacy / Tim Stafford
  • Homosexual teenagers should feel positive about their sexuality / Sasha Alyson.
Kinsey subjects
Sex behavior
Attitudes on sex education.
Attitudes on homosexuality.
1565101030 (lib. bdg. : acid-free paper)
1565101022 (pbk. : acid-free paper)


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Call Number
522.2 T24 1994
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