Snyder, Eldon; Spreitzer, Elmer
March 1976
Education;Spring76, Vol. 96 Issue 3, p222
Academic Journal
Focuses on social bases of support for sex education among the general population in the United States. Background variables cross-tabulated with attitudes toward sex education; Predictor variables not having a significant association with attitudes toward sex education; Profile of people who were less favorable toward sex education.


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