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FAITH, SEX, & ETHICS AT SANTA CLARA UNIVERISTY
How do students' religious affiliations inform (or not inform) their views on issues in sexual ethics? That was the issue Jessica Coblentz, a senior at Santa Clara University, sought to explore as a 2007-08 Hackworth Fellow at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics. Coblentz's project had two prongs: 1) A series of student-led panel discussions for undergraduates on some of the most crucial issues in sexual ethics, and 2) More than 30 one-on-one interviews with students from many faith traditions about these issues.
Her reports on the individual panels and on her overall research are available here.
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