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Educating for Character in the Sexual Domain - references

  • THOMAS LICKONA

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Acknowledgement

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.

Reprinted with permission of Thomas Lickona.

The Author

lickona1lickonakk1Thomas Lickona, Ph.D., is a psychologist and educator who has been called "the father of modern character education." A professor of education emeritus at State University of New York, Cortland, he is the founding director of his university's Center for the Fourth and Fifth Rs (Respect and Responsibility) and author of nine books on moral development and character education. He is the author of How to Raise Kind Kids: And Get Respect, Gratitude, and a Happier Family in the Bargain,  Character Matters: How to Help Our Children Develop Good Judgment, Integrity, and Other Essential Virtues and the Christopher Award-winning book Educating for Character. He has also written Raising Good Children and co-authored Sex, Love and You. He is on the Advisory Board of the Catholic Education Resource Center. Visit his web site here

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