Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning
Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning
Journal Title: Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning
ISSN: 1468-1811
ISSN Online: 1472-0825
Publication Frequency: 6 issues per year
Impact Factor:
Five Year Impact Factor:
Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP):
SCImago Journal Rank (SJR):
Cheif Editor:
Aim & Scope: 2014 Impact Factor 0.446
Ranking:168/224 (Education & Educational Research), 135/145 (Public, Environmental and Occupational Health)
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2013 Impact per Publication 1.260 - values from Scopus Sex Education is a leading internationaljournal publishing papers on all aspects of sex, sexuality and sex and relationships education. It has grown steadily over the years to become one of the leading journals internationally in the field.

The journal recognises that sex education takes place in a range of contexts - at home, in schools, through the media and in the community. Sex Educationwelcomes papers focusing on one or more of these settings. Given the many ways of evaluating the effects and success of sex education, both quantitative and qualitative studies are included, alongside conceptual and historical analyses.

Contributions from all academic disciplines, including education, cultural and media studies, sociology, psychology, history and public health are published in the journal.

Peer Review Policy:
All research articles in this journal have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymized refereeing by at least two anonymous referees.


Subjects Covered & Scope: Curriculum Studies; Education; Personal, Social & Health Education; Philosophy of Education; School Leadership, Management & Administration; Sex Education; Supplementary material
Editor Board:
Editor-in-Chief:
Peter Aggleton -  Centre for Social Research in Health, UNSW Australia

Reviews Editor:
Katie Newby - Coventry University, UK

Statistical Adviser:
Nicole Stone -  University of Southampton, UK
 
Founding Editor:
Michael Reiss - UCL Institute of Education, UK
 
Editorial Board:
Pam Alldred - Brunel University, UK
Louisa Allen - University of Auckland, New Zealand
Alanna Armitage - UNFPA, Geneva, Switzerland
Christine Barrow - University of West Indies at Cavehill, Barbados
Meiwita Budiharsana - Universitas Jakarta, Indonesia
Mary Crewe - University of Pretoria, South Africa
Gary Dowsett - La Trobe University, Australia
Jessica Fields - San Francisco State University, USA
Juliette Goldman - Griffith University, Australia
Hiroko Hirose - Senshu University, Japan
Julia Hirst - Sheffield Hallam University, UK
Roger Ingham - University of Southampton, UK
Chimaraoke Otutubikey Izugbara - African Population & Health Research Center, Kenya
Montasser Kamal – Ford Foundation, Cairo, Egypt
Leslie Kantor - Planned Parenthood Pederation of America, USA
Nancy Kendall - University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Nancy Lesko - Teachers College, Columbia University, USA
Wenli Liu - Beijing Normal University, China
Alex McKay - The Sex Information and Education Council of Canada, Canada
Purnima Mane - Pathfinder International, New York, USA
Vera Paiva - University of São Paulo, Brazil
Maria Raguz - Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Perú
Mary Lou Rasmussen - Monash University, Australia
Jean Shoveller - University of British Columbia, Canada
Michael L. Tan - University of the Philippines, The Philippines
Rachel Thomson - University of Sussex, UK
Deborah Tolman - City University of New York, USA
Chi-Chi Undie - Population Council, Nairobi, Kenya
Cathy Worthington - University of Victoria, Canada

Abtracting & Indexing:

Sex Education is indexed and abstracted in Australian Education Index (AEI); Australian Research Council (ARC) Ranked Journal List; British Education Index; ChildData Abstracts;Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature (CINAHL); EBSCO; Educational Research Abstracts online (ERA); Education Resources Information Center (ERIC); European Reference Index for the Humanities (ERIH); Family & Society Studies Worldwide; Gay and Lesbian Abstracts (Sexual Diversity Studies); National Database for Research into International Education (NDRI); Psychological Abstracts; PsycINFO; Religious and Theological Abstracts; SCOPUS®; Sociological Abstracts; Social Sciences Citation Index®; Web of Science.


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