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Thomas Lickona. "Educating for Character in the Sexual Domain - references." (June, 2013).
This article is based on the author's original manuscript of an article whose final form was published in the Peabody Journal of Education (Vol 88, 2) (2013), copyright Taylor & Francis, available online here.
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Thomas Lickona is a developmental psychologist and the founder and director of the Center for the 4th and 5th Rs (Respect and Responsibility) at the State University of New York College at Cortland. He is the author of Character Matters: How to Help Our Children Develop Good Judgment, Integrity, and Other Essential Virtues (Touchstone, 2004) and the Christopher Award-winning book Educating for Character (Bantam Books, 1992). He has also written Raising Good Children (Bantam Doubleday 1994) and co-authored, with his wife Judy, Sex, Love and You (Ave Maria Press, March 2003). Thomas Lickona was instrumental in development of the Center for the Fourth and Fifth Rs. He is on the Advisory Board of the Catholic Education Resource Center.
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