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Self-esteem, Parent-adolescent Communication, Friend's Sexual Attitude and Sexual Permissiveness in College Students (대학생의 자아존중감, 부모-자녀간 의사소통, 친구집단 성태도와 성허용성)

  • Jang, Su-Hyun;Lee, Sung-Hee
    • Korean Journal of Women Health Nursing
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    • v.17 no.4
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    • pp.395-406
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    • 2011
  • Purpose: This study was done to identify factors that affect sexual permissiveness in college students. Methods: A descriptive design was used with 380 college students who completed a questionnaire about self-esteem, parents-adolescent communication, friend's sexual attitude and sexual permissiveness. Results: The sexual permissiveness showed significant differences for the variable: grade (F=0.51, p=.002), gender (t=7.28, p<.001), age (F=14.72, p<.001), religion (t=4.97, p<.001), residence type (F=4.75, p=.009), number of call with parents (F=3.56, p=.030), number of viewing pornographic video (F=36.05, p<.001), number of viewing pornographic magazine (F= 47.90, p<.001), status of dating (t=3.62, p<.001), number of sexual intercourse (F=14.51, p<.001), and experience of sexual intercourse (t=13.00, p<.001). There was a positive correlation between the friend's sexual attitude and sexual permissiveness (r=.64, p<.001). The variables such as friend's sexual attitude, experience of sexual intercourse, the number of watching pornographic video, educational system, religion, and the number of calls with parent explained 52% of the variance in sexual permissiveness. Conclusion: The results of this study indicate that it is necessary to develop sexual education program for college students considering their level of sexual permissiveness and their friend's sexual attitude.

Relationship of Sexual Attitude, Sexual Identity and Sexual Permissiveness in Junior High School Girls (여중생의 성태도, 성역할 정체성 및 성허용성 관계)

  • Kim Kyung-Hee;Kim Su-Kang;Jeon Mi-Soon
    • Journal of Korean Academy of Fundamentals of Nursing
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    • v.11 no.3
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    • pp.353-360
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    • 2004
  • Purpose: This study was to identify the relationship between sexual attitude, sexual identity, sexual permissiveness in girls in junior high school, Method: The participants were 587 female students in Chungnam Province. Data were collected by questionnaire surveys using convenience sampling. The instruments were the Sexual Attitude Scale by Kim (1997), the Sexual Identity Scale by Jung (1990), and the Sexual Permissiveness Scale developed by Reiss (1964). Data were analyzed by the SPSS 11.0 program. using descriptive statistics, Pearson correlation coefficients, t-test, ANOVA and Tukey's multiple comparison. Results: The relationship between sexual attitude and sexual permissiveness had a positive correlation (r=.440, p-0.000). Sexual identity was positively correlated (r=.180, p=.036; r=.222, p=.014) with both sexual attitude and sexual permissiveness, but maleness was the only positive correlation (r=.258, p=.014) with sexual permissiveness, no sexual specialization was the only characteristic that had a positive correlation (r=.188, p=.046) with sexual attitude. Conclusion: These results suggest assessment of these factors and treatment fitted to individual needs are important for correct sexual culture. There should be repeated research on various population groups. Moreover, it is considered necessary to carry out factor-related theoretical researches on several variables related to sex through multilateral literature reviews.

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Factors Influencing Sexual Permissiveness in Adolescents (청소년의 성허용성 예측요인)

  • Kim Kyung-Hee;Park Kyung-Sook;Kim Su-Kang
    • Journal of Korean Academy of Fundamentals of Nursing
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    • v.9 no.3
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    • pp.501-512
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    • 2002
  • Purpose: This study was done to identify factors that influence sexual permissiveness. A comprehensive analysis of individual, family, and social factors related to sexual permissiveness in adolescents was done. Method: A descriptive research design was used to explore causal relationships in sexual permissiveness between high school students. Result: The findings of this study are as follows. 1) For individual factors, self-respect. seeking social deviation and seeking internal experience were confirmed as factors influencing sexual permissiveness. 2) For the family factors, the mother-adolescent communication aspect was confirmed as a factor. 3) For the social environment factors. adaptability to school life was confirmed as a factor. Conclusion: On a theoretical basis, this study identifies factors influencing sexual permissiveness in adolescents, and thus contributes to the definition of a desirable sexual culture for young people. Therefore, it is suggested that programs be developed that control the corroborated factors and that further studies be conducted to validate the factors.

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The Effect of Adolescent Sexual Media Literacy and Sexual Permissiveness on Gender Sensitivity (청소년의 성미디어리터러시, 성허용성이 성인지감수성에 미치는 영향)

  • Kwon, Heui-jung;Shin, Sujin
    • Journal of Korean Public Health Nursing
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    • v.34 no.1
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    • pp.22-34
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    • 2020
  • Purpose: This study aimed to identify the effects of adolescent sexual media literacy and sexual permissiveness on gender sensitivity and to provide evidences useful in developing a sex education program that would promote gender sensitivity among adolescents. Methods: Data were derived from 250 adolescents' responses to questionnaires. Collected data were analyzed using ANOVA, Pearson's correlation coefficient, and multiple regression. Results: Gender sensitivity according to gender was significantly different (t=-6.54, p=0.001). Gender sensitivity was positively correlated with sexual media literacy (r=0.36, p<0.001), and negatively correlated with sexual permissiveness (r=.22, p<.001). Sexual media literacy was negatively correlated with sexual permissiveness (r=-0.39, p<0.001). The variables affecting the participants' gender sensitivity on media literacy were gender (β=0.33, p<0.001) and sexual depiction scene (β=0.24, p<0.001). Conclusion: Gender and sexual media literacy influenced participants' gender sensitivity. Therefore, when developing a school-based sex education program, sexual media literacy should be included as a key concept; moreover, gender-specific programs need to be developed. Furthermore, teaching methods should enhance media literacy related to sexual depiction scenes and promote safe and healthy sexual permissiveness.

A Study on the permissiveness toward extramarital relationships according to extramarital sexual involvement and sex (혼외관계에 대한 허용도에 미치는 혼외성경험과 성별 영향)

  • Yi, Yeong-Sug;Lee, Young-Hwa
    • Korean Journal of Human Ecology
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    • v.17 no.4
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    • pp.631-638
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    • 2008
  • This study is to examine the influences of the sex and the extramarital sexual involvement on the permissiveness toward extramarital relationship. The relative influences which the sex and the extramarital sexual involvement have on the permissiveness were measured accordingly to the sex of the involved spouse. From the sample of 492 married individuals, the findings were as follows : First, regardless of the sex of the respondents, extramarital relationship was mostly disapproved. Irrespective of the sex of the involved spouse, men tended to be more permissive than women. Respondents who had extramarital sexual involvements were more permissive than those who had not. Also, whether the respondent had experienced an extramarital sexual involvement or not, women's permissiveness did not depend much on the sex of the involved spouse. Meanwhile, men's permissiveness did. Second, while both the sex and the extramarital sexual involvement were significant variables influencing men's extramarital relationships, only the extramarital sexual involvement proved to be significant in women's case. This result identifies the sex double-standard for the permissiveness toward extramarital relationship.

The Study on Sexual Permissiveness, Family Function and Parent-Adolescent Communication in Adolescents (청소년의 성허용성과 가족기능 및 부모와의 의사소통)

  • Choi Mi-Hye;Kim Kyung-Hee;Kwon Hye-Jin;Kim Su-Kang
    • Child Health Nursing Research
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    • v.11 no.1
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    • pp.54-62
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    • 2005
  • Purpose: This study was done to examine the relationship between sexual permissiveness, family function and parent-adolescent communication among adolescents. Method: A descriptive correlation approach was used and the participants were 956 male and female students. Data were collected by questionnaire survey using convenience sampling. The instruments were the Family APGAR Questionnaire by Smilkstein(1978), PAC by Olson and Barnes(1982), and the Premarital Sexual Permissiveness Questionnaire by Reiss(1967). Data were analyzed using the SPSS 10.0 program with descriptive statistics, Pearson correlation coefficients, t-test, and ANOVA. Results: Family function was significant according to school record, economic status, living arrangement of parent. Parent-Adolescent Communication was significant according to religion, economic status, having a boy/girl friend, and experience of sexual intercourse. Sexual permissiveness was significant for all except economic status. Correlation among the variables showed that parent-adolescent communication was negatively correlated to sexual permissiveness(r=-.127, p=.000) and positively to family function(r=.368, p=.000). Conclusion: The findings suggest that parent-adolescent communication and family function are associated with sexual permissiveness, and the findings of this study are expected to make a contribution to creating an ideal sexual culture for youth.

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The Mediating Effect of permissiveness of Sexual violence on Correlation between College students' stereotypes of Gender role and Experience of Sexual Violence Ability : Surveying residing in Jeju (대학생의 성역할 고정관념과 성폭력피해경험과의 관계에서 성폭력 허용도의 매개효과 : 제주지역 중심으로)

  • Kang, Cha-Sun;Park, Jung-Hwan
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.17 no.8
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    • pp.273-279
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    • 2016
  • The purpose of this study was to examine the mediating effects of permissiveness of sexual violence on the relationship between gender role stereotypes and experience of sexual violence. The survey for this study was administered to 408 (male, 127, female, 281) out of the 600 university students residing in Jeju with the inventory of gender role stereotypes and experience of sexual violence in (conjunction with the) permissiveness of sexual violence scale. The results of this study were as follows: First, as a result of the correlation analysis, gender role stereotypes and experience of sexual violence were positively correlated with permissiveness of sexual violence. Second, the relationship analysis by Structural Equation Modeling demonstrated that permissiveness of sexual violence completely mediated the relationship between stereotypes of gender role and experience of sexual violence. Permissiveness of sexual violence was the most significant factor giving rise to sexual violence in dating. In the investigation of the structure of the equation coefficients and path-mediated effects, the standardized path coefficients of influence in this study, viz. gender role stereotypes to permissiveness (29, p=.000) of sexual violence and permissiveness of sexual violence to the experience of sexual violence (42, p=.000), were found to have an impact. In an indirect effect on the effectiveness of the parameters showed in gender role stereotypes and experience of sexual violence (11, p=.01), direct effects were demonstrated from stereotypes of gender role to permissiveness of sexual violence (28, p=.000) and from permissiveness of sexual violence to experience of sexual violence (40, p=.000). In the end, this implies that gender role stereotypes does not influence permissiveness of sexual violence directly, but indirectly by mediating the experience of sexual violence. Therefore, the implication of this study is that gender role stereotypes and permissiveness of sexual violence need to be reduced, so that sexual violence can be prevented. In other words, a higher awareness of gender equality will lower permissiveness of sexual violence and this, in turn, will also prevent sexual violence.

Concept Analysis of Sexual Permissiveness for Adolescents (청소년을 위한 성 허용성 개념분석)

  • Kim, Hee-Kyung;Lee, Hyun-Ju;Park, Bo-Lim;Kim, Hyang-Soo;Lim, Qin-Lan
    • The Journal of Korean Society for School & Community Health Education
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    • v.10 no.2
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    • pp.69-83
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    • 2009
  • Objectives: The purpose of this study was to analyze sexual permissiveness in order to solve the problems it creates for setting up desirable sexual culture. Methods: This study used Walker and Avant's methods for concept analysis. Results: Sexual permissiveness is the favorable attitude that is agreed upon and accepted as physiological, socio-cultural, and moral sexuality of an independent human who was born in man or woman. The property of sexual permissiveness that is accepted overall the humans are sex generously, change over the course of growth. sex consciousness, and attitudes toward sexual activity change based on race, age and religion etc. The values and beliefs of individuals that were formed in social and cultural background are bipolar. It is mutually agreed upon and accepted that volunarary activities should be spontaneous. The antecedents of sexual permissiveness included achievement of sexual development, establishment of the relationship, and mutual agreement between them. The consequences included mature relationship with others, meeting sexual needs, and raising sexual problems. Conclusions: These results suggest further studies are required that refine the diverse attributes of the concept of sexual permissiveness. The sexual education and enlightenment should be conducted at the period of secondary sex character.

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Differences in Sexual Attitudes, Sexual Permissiveness and Sexual Behaviors among Female High School Students According to Mass Media Consumption (여자고등학생의 대중매체 소비에 따른 성태도, 성허용성, 성행동의 차이)

  • Jung, Seungmin;Kim, Hye-Jin
    • Journal of the Korean Society of School Health
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    • v.33 no.1
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    • pp.1-9
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    • 2020
  • Purpose: sexual permissiveness, sexual behaviors and the consumption of mass media in female high school students. Methods: 306 students, from three different girls' high schools in Seoul, who understood the purpose of the study, participated as subjects in the research. The research tools were the mass-media consumption scale, the sexual attitudes survey, the sexual permissiveness survey, and the sexual behaviors scale. The data were analyzed using descriptive analysis, t-test, ANOVA with SPSS/WIN. 18.0 program. Results: The subjects' daily mass media consumption was 143.7 minutes of TV watching on weekdays, while 253.9 minutes on weekends, 88.5 minutes of Internet surfing, 57.8 minutes of listening to pop music. Watching TV music programs was 68.3 minutes a week. Watching TV 'alone' was 30.7% and Internet surfing in one's 'own room' was the highest at 39.9%. The average score of sexual attitudes, sexual permissiveness, and sexual behaviors was 25.7/55, 35.4/64 and 0.7/10, respectively. Sexual attitudes and sexual permissiveness varied according to how much time they spent surfing the Internet, with whom they watched TV, and how much time they spent listening to popular music; and sexual behavior differed according to the time spent on the Internet. Conclusion: Educational programs need to be developed to help young people control their media consumption behaviors. In addition, political attention and a proper system are needed to promote a healthier and sounder pop culture through a public review system.

Factors Influencing the Experiences of Sexual Violence Victims while Dating as College Students (대학생의 데이트 성폭력 피해경험에 영향을 미치는 요인)

  • Lee, Eun-Sook;Kang, Hee-Sun
    • Korean Journal of Women Health Nursing
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    • v.16 no.3
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    • pp.266-275
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    • 2010
  • Purpose: This study was conducted to identify the factors influencing the experience of sexual violence victims while dating as College Students. Methods: With a correlational survey design, data was collected by self-report questionnaires from 560 college students who had reported sexual violence during a date. The data was analyzed using descriptive statistics, t-test, ANOVA, Pearson correlation coefficients, and stepwise multiple regression. Results: College students while on date who reported sexual violence showed a significantly negative correlation with self-esteem, dating sexual assault recognition, sexual assertiveness, and significantly positive correlations with the gender role stereotypes, sexual violence permissiveness, date sexual violence inflictions, and family violence. A combination of date sexual violence inflictions, self-esteem, sexual violence permissiveness, sexual assertiveness all accounted for 41% of the variance in date sexual violence among college students. Conclusion: Self-esteem and sexual assertiveness must be progressively uplifted in order to prevent date sexual violence. A specific program established to reduce sexual violence permissiveness would be useful in order to reduce the number of sexual violence victims for college students who are dating.