Handbook of Family Life Education: Foundations of family life education

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Sage Publications, 1993 - Family & Relationships - 304 pages
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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.

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The Nature of Family Life Education
The Evolution of Education for Family Life
The Professionalization of Family Life Education

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