Handbook of Family Life Education: The Practice of Family Life Education
Margaret E. Arcus, Jay D. Schvanefeldt, J. Joel Moss
SAGE Publications, Oct 12, 1993 - Family & Relationships - 264 pages
Volume Two identifies the major content areas where family life education is practised - particularly marriage enrichment, parent education, sex education, and ageing. It outlines the key content questions, literature sources, current educational practices and emerging directions in each area to assist programme developers and leaders to improve their practice.
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The Nature and Practice of Family Life Education
The Practice of Family Life Education
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