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Title: Sex Education of Persons with Disabilities
Other Titles: Сексуална едукација на лицата со инвалидност
Authors: Rashikj, Olivera 
Trajkovski, Vladimir 
Keywords: sex education, persons with disabilities
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Faculty of Philosophy, UKIM, Skopje, Macedonia
Source: Rashikj O, Trajkovski V. Sex Education of Persons with Disabilities. J Spec Educ Rehab 2009; 10(1-2):7-24.
Journal: Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation
Abstract: All children have a need to acquire knowledge about their own body and the way it functions. Also it is neccesary to learn the rules of the society they live in, understand what is accetable, and what is unaccetable behavior. Starting off previous experiences we supposed that in an insufficient measure and in an inadequate way have been provided the sex education in the frames of educational institutions and families of the persons with disabilities in the Republic of Macedonia. According to that the basic assignment of the paper, using the methods of structural, descriptive and comparative analysis and the questioners as instruments, was to give detail image of the factice situation. By the analysis of the 314 examinees, including control group, special educators and rehabilitators and parents, we determinate that the knowledge about sexual development, characteristics and sex relationships the examinees with disabilities at most acquire by the mediums and peers conversations. The got results pointed the fact that knowledge of this topic, which persons with disabilities have, is superficial and often unexplained, where to there is misunderstanding between the persons with disabilities.
Appears in Collections:Faculty of Philosophy, Collection 04: Journal Articles / Статии во научни списанија

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