|Publish Year :||2015|
|Publisher :||The Case for Addressing Gender and Power in Sexuality and HIV Education: A Comprehensive Review of Evaluation Studies|
|Author Name :||Haberland N.|
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Many curriculum-based responses to sexuality and HIV educations have been developed as a response to prevent HIV, STI’s, an unintended pregnancy among young people. Haberland evaluates 22 interventions to assess their success in relation to whether or not they incorporated gender and power dynamics within their curriculum.