Et casestudie af Sex & Samfunds brug af Ung-til-Ung-metoden i seksualundervisning

Andreas Alm, Jonas Bluhme, Mathias Brodersen, Sune Christensen & Alexander Mangaard

Studenteropgave: Semesterprojekt


This project examines how sexual education, organized by Sex & Samfund’s young-to-younger-method is experienced by young people. This has been investigated from the understanding that, young-to-younger is a variation of the general idea of the young-to-young-method, used by different organizations. This understanding has given us a significantly greater theoretical foundation, as we were able to use the understandings of different organizations. In this thesis, young-to-young is viewed as an educational technology. Through a focus group interview and an observation revolving a 7th grade, we attempt to clarify and investigate the instruments that play a part in the perceivement of this education. Interesting statements and contradictions regarding the experience will be positioned against one another and then processed corresponding with Bente Halkier. The given instruments within young-to-young will be subjected to an investigation regarding how they affect the participants of the course. Science studies will play a large part throughout the thesis and concerns regarding these. These instruments are reviewed in a scientific study and analytic perspective, on grounds laid by Bente Halkier, Steinar Kvale & Svend Brinkmann and Richard Jenkins.

UddannelserBasis - Humanistisk-Teknologisk Bacheloruddannelse, (Bachelor uddannelse) Basis
Udgivelsesdato6 jun. 2013
VejledereAnne Bruus


  • Praksisfællesskab
  • undervisningsteknologi
  • Folkeskole
  • Ung-til-ung
  • Fokusgruppe
  • Seksualundervisning
  • Sex & Samfund
  • Identifikation
  • Aldersparadigme