Reviews the background to the British Sexual Behaviour Survey and summarizes some of its findings, particularly those relevant to health education. Explains that the survey gathered much data on people′s views of sex education, but that this has mostly not yet been analysed – except for the finding that those who received their first sex education from school were less likely to embark on sexual activity below the age of 16 than those who gained their information from friends, family and magazines.
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