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College Students' Perceptions of Their Sex Education Experiences
King, Jasmine L.

2010, Master of Fine Arts, University of Akron, Family and Consumer Sciences-Child and Family Development.

In this study, I examined the number of university students that reported having received any form of sex education prior to attending college, what types of programs they participated in, and whether they believed their sex education program prepared them for sexual experiences they encountered while at college. Students were asked to rate their knowledge of various topics associated with sexuality and reproductive health. Students were also asked to identify the sources of information and support that have contributed most to their knowledge about sex and sexuality.


To understand the extent to which past sex education experiences may be associated with current sex education participation, the study also investigated students' knowledge of and participation in sex education on their college campus. If students were aware of sex education programming on their college campus, they were asked to identify what department or program offered the programming.

Pamela Schultz, Dr. (Advisor)

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