Values in Sexuality Education A Philosophical Education by Ronald William Morris
  

Values in Sexuality Education A Philosophical Education

Written by Ronald William Morris
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Values in Sexuality Education A Philosophical Education by Ronald William Morris

This book challenges the perception that sexuality educators ought to remain value-neutral and that sexual-values education is an object in the school designed to solve sexual-moral problems. Contents: List of Tables; Preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction; PART ONE: REVIEW AND CRITIQUE OF THE LITERATURE'S PHILOSOPHICAL ORIENTATION ON VALUES IN SEXUALITY EDUCATION; Values and Sexuality Education in Historical Perspective; The Crisis-Instrumental Paradigm and the Ethic of Value-Neutrality; Sexuality Education and Lawrence Kohlberg's Theory of Moral Development; PART TWO: TOWARD A MORE HOLISTIC VIEW OF SEXUAL-VALUES EDUCATION; Robert Kegan's Theory of Human Development; Sexuality, Valuing, and the Cultures of Embeddedness in Kegan's Development Stages; Educational Principles and Issues Arising; Conclusion; Bibliography; Index.

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A readable and thought-provoking discussion. Journal Of Educational Thought(Jet) A readable and thought-provoking discussion. Journal Of Educational Thought(Jet)

About the Author

Ronald William Morris is Assistant Professor of Religion and Philosophy at McGill University.

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Format

Hardback
132 pages

Author

Ronald William Morris
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Publisher

University Press of America

Publication date

28th August 1994

ISBN

9780819195562


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