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A Study of the Effects on the Korean Adolescents위 Sexual Role Identity and Attitude by the Audio-Visual Program for Sexual Education (한국청소년의 성교육을 위한 시청각프로그램이 성역할정체감 및 성태도에 미치는 효과)

  • 김영혜
    • Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing
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    • v.30 no.6
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    • pp.1556-1568
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    • 2000
  • The aims of this study were to identify the effects on sexual role identity and sexual attitude of the A-V programed sexual education on Oct. 1. 1997 through Sep. 30, 2000. The program was focused on the formation of the desirable sexual activity, attitude and androgyny sexual role identity of the Korean adolescents, and that was the 25 minute VTR media "Our sexuality is healthful". This study was non equivalent post-test only quasi-experimental design, and the subjects were 530 middle school boys in Busan, Korea. After the manipulation, the change of sexual role identity and sexual attitude was analysed. Outcome measures were middle school boys′ sexual role identity toward KSRI on a seven-point Likert scale and sexual attitudes toward SAS on a five-point Likert scale. The data was analysed by SPSS WIN. The results were summarized as follows : 1) The experimental group who was exposed to the A-V media produced by the author showed the higher score of androgyny sexual role identity than the control group who didn′t watch the A-V program. 2) The experimental group showed the higher rate of the androgyny than the control group, On the other hand, their rate of the masculinity turned out to be lower than the latter group. 3) The experimental group didn′t show the difference of SAS score from the control group .In conclusion, "Our sexuality is Healthful" A-V program for sexual education brought about the significant change of sexual role identity of the middle school boys, but didn′t affect their attitude toward sexual activity.

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The Effect of Sexual Attitude, Sexual Attitude of Parents, and Depression on Sexual Intercourse Experience of University Students (대학생의 성태도, 부모의 성태도, 우울이 성관계 경험에 미치는 영향)

  • Lee, Eun Mi;Kim, Ka Young
    • The Korean Journal of Stress Research
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    • v.25 no.3
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    • pp.155-161
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    • 2017
  • Background: This study was conducted to investigate the factors that influence sexual intercourse experience of university students in Korea. Methods: We selected 244 students who completed a questionnaire about general characteristics, sexual attitude, sexual intercourse experience, depression. It was analyzed by logistic regression using sexual attitude of university student, father, and mother as explanatory variables. Results: The results showed that sexual intercourse experience was more frequent in the respondents who were more open about sexual attitude, those whose mothers have more open mind to sexual attitude, and those who were less depressed. Conclusions: The sexual intercourse experience is important to affect the upcoming adult period in university students. This study suggests that it is necessary to develop systematically the sexual education program in university and society.

Experience of Sexual Assault, Recognition of Sexual Assault and Attitude of Sexual Role in High School Students (고등학생의 성폭력 경험, 성폭력 인식 및 성역할 태도)

  • Cha, Young-Joo;Choi, Yeon-Hee
    • Journal of Korean Academy of Community Health Nursing
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    • v.19 no.3
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    • pp.443-449
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    • 2008
  • Purpose: This study was conducted to identify relations among experience of sexual assaults, recognition of sexual assaults and sex role attitude in urban and rural high school students. Method: The subjects were a 575 volunteer students sampled in Daegu City and Gyungbuk. Data were collected from March 19th to 31st, 2007 using structured questionnaires. Collected data were analyzed with the SPSS program using descriptive statistics. Chi-square test, t-test, Pearson's correlation coefficient, and multiple regression. Results: The mean score of the rural students was significantly higher than that of the urban students in experience of sexual assaults. The mean score of the urban students was significantly higher than that of the rural students in sex role attitude. Gender, experience of sexual education and recognition of sexual assaults accounted for 29.8% of the variance of sex role attitude in the urban students. Conclusion: It is necessary to develop discriminative sexual education programs by regional group in order to prevent sexual assaults among adolescents.

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A Study on the Relationship between Sex Knowledge and Contraception Knowledge and Attitude of Nursing Students in an Area (일개지역 간호대학생의 성지식과 피임지식 및 성태도와의 관계 연구)

  • Jung, Yun-kung;Lee, Jeong-hwa
    • Journal of Korean Clinical Health Science
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    • v.7 no.2
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    • pp.1275-1288
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    • 2019
  • Purpose: This study examined the status of sexual knowledge, contraception knowledge and sexual attitude of nursing students and analyzed the factors affecting the differences, relationships and variables among the three variables according to the general characteristics provided basic data for planning practice of sex education and counseling programs for nursing students. Methods: To measure the sexual knowledge, contraception knowledge and sexual attitude of nursing university students, questions were organized using the questionnaires of kim1), Heo2) and Ho2). The study subjects were university students, the collected data were analyzed using the IBM SPSS Statistics 21.0 program. Results: The results obtained from this study are as follows. the sex knowledge of nursing college students was 77.5 and contraceptives 62.5. the higher sex knowledge they have and the more open sex attitude they have, the higher sex and contraception knowledge they have. the relationship between sex knowledge, contraception knowledge and sex attitude of nursing university students has been found to be correlated. Conclusion: The significance of this study is that it provided basic necessary data for planning practice of sex education and counseling programs for nursing university students by investigating the status of sexual knowledge, contraception and sexual attitude among nursing university students.

A Study on the Sexual knowledge, Attitude and Need for sex education of High School students and their parents (고교생(高校生)과 고교생학부모(高校生學父母)의 성지식(性知識) 및 태도(態度), 성교육(性敎育) 요구(要求) 시기(時期)에 대(對)한 조사연구(調査硏究))

  • Yi, Eun Jeong
    • Journal of the Korean Society of School Health
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    • v.3 no.1
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    • pp.85-100
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    • 1990
  • This study is an attempt to give basic information for sex maleducation, which is the integration of emotional, moral and social aspects as well as generative and physiological ones. It is concerned with both students and parents' sexual knowledge, attitude and need for sex education. The participants for this study are consisted of 193 parents, and 492 boys and girls high school students in Seoul. The main results of this study are as follows: 1. General Characteristics 66.5 percent of students is the girl and 38.8 percent of students is christian. Regarding parents age, 73.6 percent of them is 40~49 year old and 30.6 percent of them is Buddhist. 50.5 percent of them is graduated from high school, almost of them are keeping on being married(90.9%). 2. Sexual Knowledge: The boys score higher grade(average 8.98) than the girls. (average 7.51) (p<0.001) The Parents appear to record average 11.5, higher than the students' 8.01(p<0.01). However, there is no difference between them depending on their age, educational level or marital condition. 3. Sexual Attitude: The boys have more affirmative and positive feelings on the generative and physiological sides than girls. They also have a positive attitude to usual sides such as marriage, sexual intercourse and pregnancy, compared with girls. The girls have negative and irrecipient attitude to unusual sides like divorce, premarital sex or extramarital sex, while the boys are recipient(p<0.01). The parents' sexual attitude is positive feelings on the generative and physiological sides, and they also have a positive attitude to usual sides but they have a negative attitude to unusual sides. 4. Correlation between sexual knowledge and attitude Both the students and parents have positive correlation between sexual knowledge and attitude to generative and physiological sines and usual sides. The higher scores. of the sexual knowledge are, The more positive attitude they have. But parents only have positive carrelation between sexual knowledge and attitude to unusual sides. The lower scores of the sexual knowledge are, The more negative attitude they have. 5. More than half of the parents educate their high school children in sex: menstruation(75.0%), sexual hygiene (59.1%). intersexual fellowship(69.7%). marriage(62.0%) and chastity(51.9%) 6. Need for sexual education The students and the parents have almost the same opinions on this subject. Regarding pregnancy. delivery, family planning, dilatation and currettage and divorce, however, the students want to learn in high school. while the parents expect sex education later in high school.

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The Effect of Education on the Knowledge and Attitude toward Child Sexual Abuse in Kindergarten Teachers in Korea (어린이 성폭력 예방 교육이 유치원 교사의 지식 및 태도에 미치는 효과)

  • Bae, Jeong-Iee
    • The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education
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    • v.7 no.2
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    • pp.254-263
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    • 2001
  • The Purpose of this study was to find out the effects of education for prevention of sexual abuse (rape, sexual assault, sexual harassment etc.) of children in kindergarten teachers. Incidences of sexual abuse in Korea is ranked 3rd in the world. Sexual abuse of children, particularly, is one of the most serious crimes that affect both the victimized children and their family. The issue related to sexual abuse of children has been ignored, and there is a lack of systematic education to prevent sexual abuse of children either for children or their parents in Korea. Furthermore, lack of knowledge and poor attitude of teachers limit their capability to provide education for sexual abuse prevention to the children. The education for kindergarten teachers may change their knowledge of the sexual abuse and their attitude toward it and improve their capability in helping children. 114 Korean kindergarten teachers participated in this study. Research design was one group pretest-posttest design. The education given to the subjects included 2 hours of lecture. The education program was developed based on a survey. Preschool-aged-children, parents, and teachers were interviewed to reveal their educational needs based on their experiences related to sexual abuse. This program includes such as safety education, crisis management, resource person(s), and phone numbers of available hospital. Data was collected before and after the education was given to the subjects, to assess their knowledge and attitude toward child sexual abuse. Two instruments were used in this study. Using Cronbach's ALPHA validity and reliability of 2 instruments were tested. The analysis of the data was done with Window SPSS 10.0 for descriptive statistics, t-test and ANOVA. The results of this analysis were as follows : 1. After education, the score of kindergarten teachers knowledge was higher than before (t=-4.409, p=0.002). 2. After education, the score of kindergarten teachers attitude was higher than before (t=3.065, p=0.003). The findings from this study will provide an intervention strategy for prevention of sexual abuse in children.

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Relationship Between Self-Esteem and Sexual Attitude in Healthcare College Students (보건의료계열 대학생의 자아존중감과 성태도의 관계)

  • Im, Min Suk;Yun, Hye Ri;Sin, Hye Ji;Lee, Young Eun
    • Child Health Nursing Research
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    • v.22 no.3
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    • pp.227-235
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    • 2016
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify the relationship between self-esteem and sexual attitude in healthcare college students, and also to provide a basis for sexual health education programs to help establish healthy sexual attitudes. Methods: A survey was conducted with 218 unmarried students attending the healthcare colleges in B and U cities. Data were collected from October 15 to November 10, 2015 and analyzed using Stepwise multiple regression with SPSS PASW 18.0. Results: Mean score for self-esteem was $3.23{\pm}0.46$ out of 5 and sexual attitude $2.64{\pm}0.54$ out of 5. Self-esteem and sexual attitude had a negative correlation (r=-.169, p=.012). Among sub-variables of sexual attitude, negative correlations were found between self-esteem and premarital chastity (r=-.207, p=.002), and between self-esteem and homosexual attitudes (r=-.167, p=.013). There were statistically significant differences in sexual attitude according to perceived intimacy with mother (${\beta}$=-.228, p<.001), year in college (${\beta}$=.135, p=.047), major (${\beta}$=.148, p=.023), religion (${\beta}$=-2.429, p=.016), and homosexual tendencies (${\beta}$=.139, p=.037). These factors explained 14.6% of the variance in sexual attitude. Conclusion: Findings demonstrate the importance of self-esteem for sexual attitudes. This finding should be used in the development of healthcare college students, promotion programs to enhance healthy sexual attitudes.

Th e Effect of Sexuality Course on Sex - Role Stereotypes and Sexual Attitude in University Students (성 관련 강좌 이수 전후 대학생들의 성 고정관념과 성 태도의 변화)

  • Lee, Kye-Eun;Kim, Nam-Sun
    • Korean Journal of Women Health Nursing
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    • v.9 no.1
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    • pp.5-17
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    • 2003
  • Purpose : The purpose of this study was 1) to classify university student's attitudes toward sex, 2) to confirm the effects of sexuality course on sex-role stereotypes and sexual attitude in university student s. Method : The subjects in this study were 212 K university students in Kangwon Province between 3/7/2001 $\sim$ 6/13/2001. The instruments used for this study were the general characteristics, sexual attitude and sex-role stereotypes. The data was analyzed by frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, paired t-test, ANOVA, Pearson correlation coefficients, Factor analysis and Cronbach's $\alpha$ using the SPSS program. Result : 1. University students' attitude toward sex are divided into three types. Type I are called open mined : 16, 33, 28, 10, 18, 2, 30, 25, 26, 27, 22, 19, 29, 21, 9, 5 items. Type II are supporters of virginal purity : 8, 6, 31, 17, 14, 33 items. Type III express love through sexual intercourse : 20, 24, 7, 3, 15, 32 items. 2. There was a significant difference in the appearance and occupational characteristics of sex-role stereotypes before and after the sexuality course (t=2.562, p<.05). 3. In Type III, there was a significant difference in sexual attitude before and after the sexuality course (t=3.576, p<.0001). 4. The data showed the relationships between type III of sexual attitude and sex-role stereotypes (r=-.3 15, p<.0001). 5. Sex-role stereotypes according to the demographic characteristics before sexuality course were significantly different by age, gender, experience of military service, experience of sex edu cat ion an d experience of sexual intercourse. Sex-role stereotypes according to the demographic characteristics after sexuality course were significantly different by gender and experience of sexual intercourse. 6. Sexual attitude according to the demographic characteristics before sexuality course were significantly different by maj or (type I), age, grade, experience of military service and experience of sexual intercourse (type II), age, grade, gender, experience of military service, experience of sex education and experience of sexual intercourse. Sexual attitude according to the demographic characteristics after sexuality course were significantly different by religion and major(type I), age and grade(type II), age, grade, gender, religion and experience of sexual intercourse. Conclusion : This study showed that a sexuality course was effect ive in changing the sex-role stereotypes and sexual attitude of university students.

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Factors Affecting the Sexual Function of Pregnant Women (임부의 성기능 영향요인)

  • Oh, Eun Jung;Kim, Moon Jeong
    • Korean Journal of Women Health Nursing
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    • v.25 no.1
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    • pp.73-85
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    • 2019
  • Purpose: To determine whether maternal attitude toward sex during pregnancy and health-related quality of life could influence sexual function of pregnant women. Methods: In this study, 138 second and third trimester pregnant women completed self-report questionnaires during their visits to women's hospitals or community health centers to assess their general characteristics, attitude toward sex during pregnancy (PIES-M), health-related quality of life (EQ-5D), and sexual function (FSFI-6K). Multiple regression analysis was performed to test the research model with SPSS version 23. Results: Pregnant women who had discontinued their sexual life after recognizing their pregnancy accounted for 27.5% of women questioned. The average sexual function score of pregnant women was higher in the second trimester than the third trimester. Attitude toward sex during pregnancy (${\beta}=-.38$, p<.001), maintaining sexual life (${\beta}=.20$, p=.028), health-related quality of life (${\beta}=.18$, p=.030), and adverse symptoms during sex (${\beta}=.18$, p=.042) were determinants of sexual function during pregnancy. Conclusion: Nurses in antenatal care units need to help pregnant women maintain a positive attitude toward sexual activity during pregnancy and manage their health-related quality of life to maintain their sexual life during pregnancy.

The Research on Sexual Knowledge, Attitude and Behavior of the Woman Student - Oriented to Health and Non-health Groups - (여대생의 성에 대한 지식, 태도 및 성행동에 관한 연구 - 보건계열과 비보건계열을 중심으로 -)

  • Choi, Hye-Jung;Kang, Jin-A;Kim, Yeon-Hee
    • The Journal of Korean Society for School & Community Health Education
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    • v.13 no.2
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    • pp.29-44
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    • 2012
  • The purpose of this study is to provide substantial foundation to establish effective sex education plan for female college students. For this purpose, we compared female college students with health related majors and the ones with non-health related majors in knowledge in sex, attitude toward sex, and sexual experience. We took the form of self-recording to survey 269 single female college students. The result is as follows. For knowledge in sex, including reproductive organs, contraception, delivery, sexual disease, and sexual intercourse, students with health-related majors(20.59) gained higher scores than students with non-health related majors(16.82). Scores for attitude toward sex indicated 2.43 for the health related majors and 2.35 for the non-health related majors. Attitude toward pre-marital sex, sex admissibility, and abortion showed especially distinct result between the two groups. Whether a student has ever engaged in sexual intercourse served as a significant variable to determine knowledge in sex overall, and the indexes such as sexual pleasure, chasteness, marital values, and attitude towards sex indicated significant differences. The result may be interpreted that the students with sexual experience tend to show more open attitude toward sex. The result indicated that contraception, pregnancy, and delivery were the parts that the participants most wanted to be educated on. Knowledge in sex is both positively correlated with attitude toward sex and sexual behavior. Also, the result indicates that knowledge in sex, both subjective and objective, significantly affects sexual behavior.

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