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Handbook of Family Life Education

Handbook of Family Life Education
Foundations of Family Life Education

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Family Life Education

November 1993 | 304 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
The first synthesis of the field, the two volumes of the Handbook of Family Life Education provide a critical perspective on family life education in theory and practice.

Volume One discusses the nature, history and scope of the field. The contributors concentrate on the crucial question of values, on issues of professionalization of family life educators and on programme planning and evaluation. The most important components in family life education are discussed, including topics such as: race, ethnicity, gender and religion.

Margaret E Arcus, Jay D Schvaneveldt and J Joel Moss
The Nature of Family Life Education
Maxine Lewis-Rowley et al
The Evolution of Education for Family Life
Mary Jo Czaplewski and Stephen R Jorgensen
The Professionalization of Family Life Education
Margaret E Arcus and LeRoi B Daniels
Values and Family Life Education
Jane Thomas, Jay D Schvaneveldt and Margaret H Young
Programs in Family Life Education
Development, Implementation, and Evaluation

Margaret M Bubolz and Patrick C McKenry
Gender Issues in Family Life Education
A Feminist Perspective

Gladys J Hildreth and Alan I Sugawara
Ethnicity and Diversity in Family Life Education
Jo Lynn Cunningham and Letha Dawson Scanzoni
Religious and Theological Issues in Family Life Education
Margaret E Arcus
Looking Ahead in Family Life Education

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ISBN: 9780803942943