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Heteronomy and a Utonomy in Ed Ucation

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This contribution develops two moral educational meaning conceptions concerning questions of sexuality, in recourse to role-theoretical reflections. They can be situated in the field of tension between the heteronomous and autonomous educational approach. It is assumed that, because of the present church situation and due to the particular significance of questions concerning sexual morality in theological ethics, the autonomous orientated concept of sexual education evokes conflicts in professional assistants in church youth work (in Germany).

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