Parents' constructions of communication with their children about safer sex.

  title={Parents' constructions of communication with their children about safer sex.},
  author={Abbey Hyde and Jonathan Drennan and Michelle R Butler and Etaoine Howlett and Marie Carney and Maria Lohan},
  journal={Journal of clinical nursing},
  volume={22 23-24},
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES To analyse how a sample of parents reportedly communicated with their adolescent and preadolescent children about safer sex (contraceptive and condom use). BACKGROUND Among the plethora of existing research available on parent-child communication about sexuality (more broadly), very few studies detail the substance and tenor of what parents actually convey specifically about safer sex. DESIGN The study adopted a qualitative methodology and involved interviewing 43… CONTINUE READING
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