CFS 240 Chapter 13

CFS 240 Chapter 13 - Chapter 13 Child & Adolescent...

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Chapter 13 I. 2 Pathways to sex education 1. Default 2. Design a. developmental – age, developmental appropriate b. holistic – physical, social, emotional, moral c. do not want to instill fear of negative consequences II. 4 Principles of Child Sexuality Identity 1. innocence 2. inquiry - curiosity 3. impressionable - fragile 4. imagination – creativity III. Myths of Child Sexuality -already know about sex -too young to know -never the right time/place -child’s perception of parent -not interested yet -never make a mistake once they know about sex ed. 1. parents – “askable”, “available”, “accepting” A. communication – not if but when? i. most want parents to be primary source of sex info, but in reality friends are the primary source of sex info. B. double message i. “just say no. ..” ii. “just say no. .., but” C. healthy, natural force D. sex is about choices 2. peers – main source of info (bad info)
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