by Barrie CravenExamines the materials being used by schools in HIV/Aids teaching and how teachers approach the subject. This book argues that because of material provided by pressure groups, teachers are exaggerating the Aids problem and failing to stress the extent to which the risk of infection depends on behavior.
|Title||HIV and AIDS in Schools|
|eBook format||Paperback, (torrent)|
|Publisher||Institute of Economic Affairs|
|File size||4.6 Mb|
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