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Extended adolescence and the sexuality of Asian youth : observations on research and policy / Peter Xenos
Bib ID 345931
Format BookBook
Author
Xenos, Peter, 1943-
 
Description Honolulu : East-West Center, [1993] 
p. 53-96: ill. ; 23 cm. 
Series

East-West Center reprints. Population series ; no. 292.

Notes

Bibliography: p. 83-90.

Subjects Youth -- Asia -- Sexual behavior.  |  Youth -- Government policy -- Asia.
Other authors/contributors East-West Population Institute

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