Evaluation Studies as Topic

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Conscience (Washington, D.C.)
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Catholics for a Free Choice
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Conscience (Washington, D.C.)
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Riddick, R.
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Conscience (Washington, D.C.)
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Alanis, M.
Sippel, S.
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Conscience (Washington, D.C.)
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Pendergast, M.
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Conscience (Washington, D.C.)
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Kennedy, K. R.
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ReproWatch
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E (Norwalk, Conn.)
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Sawicki, S.
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Clearing House (Menasha, Wis.)

To challenge the distribution of condoms on school campuses with accusations of immorality and "lack of good character" appears shallow at best. Considering the home situation of many young people and their immediate environment, the act of securing a condom could be totally consistent with "good character." Certainly, abstinence up to a certain stage in a youth's life is prudent, but who is to determine the age to which, and the environment in which, abstinence must be observed universally?

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Rowe, R. N.
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Psychiatria Polska

In this article we present some of the more important findings from research aimed at the validation and normalisation of the Family Assessment Questionnaire (Dyadic Questionnaire, Family Questionnaire, Self-Estimation Questionnaire), which is the Polish adaptation of Manfred Cierpka's and Gabriele Frevert's "Familienboegen". In the presented study 1511 individuals from 557 families took part.

Author(s): 
Beauvale, Andrzej
de Barbaro, Bogdan
Namys?owska, Irena
Furga?, Mariusz
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Clearing House (Menasha, Wis.)

To challenge the distribution of condoms on school campuses with accusations of immorality and "lack of good character" appears shallow at best. Considering the home situation of many young people and their immediate environment, the act of securing a condom could be totally consistent with "good character." Certainly, abstinence up to a certain stage in a youth's life is prudent, but who is to determine the age to which, and the environment in which, abstinence must be observed universally?

Author(s): 
Rowe, R. N.

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