• Why People Should Refrain from Premarridal Sex
    Why People Should Refrain From Premarital Sex For many years Americans have been wondering about the effects of premarital sex. Society’s mindset concerning premarital sex has become more lax; it is no longer necessary to be engaged before engaging in sexual relations. In many cases, sex is a...
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  • Teens and Sex
    Prevention, 21 Dec. 2010. Web. 10 Feb. 2011. http://www.cdc.gov “Premarital Sex and Emotional Baggage.” KuyaKevin. Kevin Sanders, 10 Nov. 2010. Web. 10 Feb. 2011 http://www.kuyakevinblogspot.com...
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  • The Causes and Effects of Pre-Marital Sex
    along with same prevention methods. My study is based around the world so that one can fully see and generalize the causes and effects of premarital sex and what it can do to mankind and the society, although when I describe some of the prevention methods, it is situated here in the Philippines...
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  • Premarital Sex
    are able to care for properly. There should be no negative consequences for engaging in premarital sex, however, there should be more prevention of unwed pregnancies through education. Education in general and sex education in specific as well as instruction in child rearing and psychology can help...
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  • Student
    . Although this subject has received much attention through numerous studies; this project hopes to examine the benefits of community-based premarital counseling within the scope of pastoral care. Sullivan et. al conducted a study that dealt with predicting participation in premarital prevention...
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  • Attitude Towards Sex Education Among Adoloscents in Delhi
    towards sex. Evidence has shown that adolescents with more liberal attitudes towards sexuality are more likely to experience premarital sex (Rakesh 1992). A study conducted by Mohan Ghule et al (2007) showed that majority of the students of rural college in Maharashtra, India expressed conservative...
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  • Adolescent’s Opinion About Premarital Sex
    NATIONAL ECONOMICS UNIVERSITY Advanced Educational Program Intake 53 ----------------((--------------- English for Academic Purposes REPORT Topic: Adolescent’s opinion about premarital sex Subject: English for Academic Purposes Instructor: M.A...
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  • Summary of of Jessica Reaves’s “What the Rest of Africa Could Learn About Aids”
    that people have premarital sex and do not always stay faithful to their spouses, they should do as Senegal does and promote safe sex. The United States has taken a part in AIDS prevention in Africa by having the UNFPS fund a program called the Group for the Study and Teaching of Population...
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  • miss
    ? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Male youth had their first sex with sex worker. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Youth have sex because of pornography: Is it true? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Youth and HIV prevention . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Communication on condoms between...
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  • Premarital Sex
    Based on what the researcher’s have read premarital sex is sexual intercourse engaged in by persons who are unmarried. It is generally used in reference to individuals who are presumed not yet of marriageable age, or between adults who will presumably marry eventually, but who are engaging in...
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  • Sex Ed Research Paper
    people of a later age; and Are people more likely to favor premarital sex amongst young adults over premarital sex amongst teenagers? Trying to understand how modern society relates to the subject of sex education can help guide and mold our next generation of young parents and adults. This is...
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  • 'No sex ed please, we are Indian'
    conundrum surrounding sex education is the impact it will have on the prevention of HIV and AIDS. India is one of the largest and most populated countries in the world, with over one billion inhabitants. Of this number, it's estimated that around 2.5 million people are currently living with HIV with an...
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  • Significance of a Study
    Significance of the Study The study of the knowledge, attitude and practice on premarital sex of senior high school students in a certain national high school in Iloilo can serve as a learning paradigm to teachers, guidance counselors, school administrators, health educators, parents and...
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  • Health Disparities
    not use contraception because they believed that they could not get pregnant at the time” (Sexual Risk Behavior: HIV, STD, & Teen Pregnancy Prevention). Comprehensive sex and STD-focused health education covering both abstinence and birth control methods would be an approach to sex education. It...
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  • Sex Education in Pakistan
    industry of child pornography. It may be argued that sexual awareness might lead to an increase the sexual arousing of teenagers who have recently reached the stage of puberty, leading to unlawful premarital intercourse. This argument is based on no solid facts, since sex education has not yet...
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  • Sex Eduacation in School
    surveys resulting with overwhelming support of 83% for a comprehensive approach and with only 36% supporting only abstinence education. In the January and February 2007 issue of Public health Reports announced that premarital sex is not out of the ordinary as many would think it is. According to the...
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  • premarital sex and mirrage
    Attitudes toward Cohabitation 2.2.3 Marriage and Family Values 2.2.4 Relational Communication and Conflict 2.2.5 Sexuality 2.3 Premarital Sexual Behaviors 2.3.1 Changes in Premarital Sexuality 2.3.2 Oral Sex 2.3.3 Religion and Sex 2.3.4 Sexual Abstinence 2.4 Summary 4 4 4 7 8 10...
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  • Premarital Sex
    the past few decades, the rates of premarital sex have increased dramatically (as cited in Miller, et al., 1993). Currently, upon high school graduation, 60% of female adolescents and 61% of male adolescents will have engaged in premarital sex (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2002). This...
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  • Pregnancy Satire
    mother, father, and also the baby. Enumerating the consequences will assure the drastic drop of unprotected, premarital sex in the United States, since these repercussions will dissuade other teenagers from making the same mistake. While shopping in a Duane Reade Pharmacy in New York City, an...
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  • Risks of Teenage Sex
    Risks of Teenage Sex Premarital sex is a huge problem in society today. People everywhere are not waiting until they get married to have sex. The young people having sex are not aware of the consequences and the risks that come with having sex. They just think it is fun and it gives them...
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