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Informative Article | Education Management | Congo | Volume 7 Issue 11, November 2018
Sex Education, How to Talk to Young People in the Era of Technological Change?
Kitengie Kitumba Dieudonne, Banza wa Kayumba Ronsard, Mwemena Musenge Gabin
This dissertation is designed to awaken the awareness of parents, young people and society about the danger facing the future generation of tomorrow because it is said: to educate youth is to boost development tomorrow for a nation. Technology does not only give good values, but also the bad ones because, it is necessary to inform them that with the technologies one can become what one dreams to be. With technology, young people can form positively (in the sense that they are used wisely and at the end of training, Technology to save humanity and to save education) on the one hand and on the other negatively (in the sense of the destruction of humanity in case they are not well managed or exploited by the users). Talking about sexuality or even sex education to young people who practice sexuality, who see these things on the web and on any other media, social network. . . becomes problematic; all environments frequented by young people (family, environment, school, church, market, street. . . ) must be concerned with the sexual education of young people so that they cannot be trained to see themselves informed of fear that they do not arrive at an unexpected result or behavior.
Keywords: Sex Education, Technology
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 11, November 2018
Pages: 759 - 764
How to Cite this Article?
Kitengie Kitumba Dieudonne, Banza wa Kayumba Ronsard, Mwemena Musenge Gabin, "Sex Education, How to Talk to Young People in the Era of Technological Change?", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=ART20192778, Volume 7 Issue 11, November 2018, 759 - 764
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