Category: Informal Education


Secondary School Students’ Sexual Attitude and Their Views on School-based Sexuality Education: A Population-based Study

Background: Students’ attitudes play an important role in the efficacy of school-based sexuality education (SBSE). A pilot study in Hong Kong suggested that demographic characteristics, religiosity, and spirituality were associated with students’ sexual attitudes and their views on SBSE. Objectives: This study recruited a population-based sample of secondary school students to validate findings reported in


A Case for the Bicycle: How Cycling Can Promote Equality

The purpose of this paper is to explore how cycling enhances health and quality among minority groups. We see examples from empirical literature of how cycling supports female health and empowerment, how cycling improves quality of life for people with cognitive and physical disabilities, how cycling increases health equality among people of color, and how