McKay, Alexander
March 2004
Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality;2004, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p57
Academic Journal
Introduces a series of abstracts of articles on sex research findings in Canada. Prevalence of chlamydia among Canadian street youth; Relationship between exposure to sex on television and adolescent sexual behavior; Parents' beliefs about the effectiveness of condoms and oral contraceptives.


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