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Joan Cochran, about Her elder sister died in and her brother required constant care due to brain damage following a birth mishap. Joan grew up in a strongly Methodist household. They were to have two daughters and a son.
Both were Bible-class leaders and lay preachers and together they established a branch of the Methodist church in the area. Joan developed a strong interest in theology and read the works of Karl Barth and Reinhold Niebuhr. Expressive of their particular brand of liberal Christianity, the periodical addressed major contemporary issues, focusing on pacifism, psychology, sexuality and science in a changing world. Joan also ran youth camps for the Methodist church and worked for the YWCA, serving on its national executive and writing articles for its journal, the New Zealand Girl.
With the outbreak of the Second World War the Cochrans became involved with the Campaign for Christian Order organised by the National Council of Churches in New Zealand and supported their conscientious objector friends through their trials and imprisonments. In they wrote Sex, love and marriagewhile Joan gave lectures throughout the country on sexuality and the family. Her views stemmed from a belief that men and women were equal but different — men had rational qualities, women emotional understanding — and humanity needed both to become complete.
Despite these concerns, in the Cochrans Lady looking sex Cochran Meeting and matinga more thorough elaboration of their ideas on sex and Christian marriage.
Inas juvenile delinquency became a pressing social issue, Joan produced Understanding yourselfa guide for adolescents desiring knowledge about sexuality. In Joan Cochran attended the first conference of the World Council of Churches, held at Amsterdam, as a semi-official representative of the Methodist church. Deed by their friend Ernst Plischke to represent a fusion of the religious and the secular, the centre opened in Junereplete with a special poem by James K.
She became well known to Wellington radio 2YA listeners through a panel discussing social issues, and continued to promote sex education through local marriage guidance councils and the New Zealand Family Planning Association.
In she became a founding member of the Indecent Publications Tribunal. Cochran served on the tribunal for 10 years. She taught at Queen Margaret College, Wellington, inand from to She became first assistant in During her time at the college she taught with inventiveness and humour. She frequented a wide variety of art galleries and concerts and later related her experiences to enliven the classroom.
Joan Cochran died at Wellington on 31 Julysurvived by her three children. A woman of strong moral and religious convictions, she was able to speak with both her heart and her mind. Through her lectures, writings and teaching she sought to make Christianity relevant to twentieth century New Zealanders and left an enduring legacy for many of her pupils. Peter Boston. 1: Biography Joan Cochran, about Share this Post to Facebook Post to Twitter.
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