Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
Family Planning Perspectives
Volume 32, Number 5, September/October 2000

Table of Contents


Changing Emphases in Sexuality Education In U.S. Public Secondary Schools, 1988-1999 [HTML] [PDF]
Jacqueline E. Darroch, David J. Landry and Susheela Singh

Sexuality Education in Fifth and Sixth Grades in U.S. Public Schools, 1999 [HTML] [PDF]
David J. Landry, Susheela Singh and Jacqueline E. Darroch

Adolescents' Reports of Reproductive Health Education, 1988 and 1995 [HTML] [PDF]
Laura Duberstein Lindberg, Leighton Ku and Freya Sonenstein

Using Randomized Designs to Evaluate Client-Centered Programs to Prevent Adolescent Pregnancy [HTML] [PDF]
Dennis McBride and Anne Gienapp

Long-Term Outcomes of an Abstinence-Based, Small-Group Pregnancy Prevention Program In New York City Schools [HTML] [PDF]
Lisa D. Lieberman, Heather Gray, Megan Wier, Renee Fiorentino and Patricia Maloney


Conducting Adolescent Sexuality Research in Schools: Lessons Learned [HTML] [PDF]
Lynn Blinn-Pike, Thomas Berger and Melinda Rea-Holloway

Sexuality Education: Our Current Status, and an Agenda for 2010 [HTML]
Susan N. Wilson


Forum: Can the Mass Media Be Healthy Sex Educators? [HTML] [PDF]
Jane D. Brown and Sarah N. Keller

Forum: Teenagers Educating Teenagers About Reproductive Health and Their Rights to Confidential Care [HTML]
Katy Yanda

Forum: No Sexuality Education Is Sexuality Education [HTML]
Stanley Snegroff


All in PDF

Forum: Early Medical Abortion Regimens Using Different Dosages of Mifepristone Are Equally Successful [HTML]

Low-Dose Pill with New Progestogen Is as Effective As Current Formulations [HTML]

Condom Users Find Baggy Design an Improvement Over the Standard Version [HTML]

Despite Their Elevated Risk, Very Few Women Who Use Oral Contraceptives Will Experience an Ischemic Stroke [HTML]

Preexisting Factors, but Not Logistical Barriers, Inhibit Timely Use of Prenatal Care [HTML]

U.S. Births Rise for First Time in Eight Years; Births To Teenagers Still Falling [HTML]

Most Abortion Patients View Their Experience Favorably, But Medical Abortion Gets a Higher Rating Than Surgical [HTML]


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