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Published by Institute for Population and Social Research, Mahidol University in Nakornpathom .

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StatementAmara Soonthorndhada.
SeriesIPSR publication ;, no. 202
ContributionsMahāwitthayālai Mahidon. Sathāban Wičhai Prachākō̜n læ Sangkhom.
LC ClassificationsIN PROCESS
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Paginationix, 95 p. ;
Number of Pages95
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Open LibraryOL651197M
ISBN 109745883565
LC Control Number96947279

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[ʻAmarā Sunthō̜nthādā.; Mahāwitthayālai Mahidon. Sathāban Wičhai Prachākō̜n læ Sangkhom.]. Soonthorndhada, A. Sexual attitudes and behaviours and contraceptive use of late female adolescents in Bangkok: A comparative study of students and factory workers (IPSR Cited by: Regarding the use of contraceptive methods, % female students were using contraception at first intercourse and % of them at last intercourse.

% of sexually active students. Other research suggests that both partners’ traits or attitudes play roles in the dyad’s sexual behavior; female adolescents’ risk behaviors and male adolescents’ sexual attitudes were more often associated with sexual behavior (Cleveland, ). However, dyadic studies of sexual behavior often focus on whether or not intercourse occurred, so less is known about how male and female partners’ attitudes predict condom by:   Soonthorndhada, A.

Sexual attitudes and behaviours and contraceptive use of late female adolescents in Bangkok: A comparative study of students Cited by: Place of residence and marital status were the most important predictors of contraceptive use among sexually active adolescents. Rural residents were less likely to use contraceptives compared to urban residents (ORCIp = ) as well as married respondents compared to their unmarried peers Cited by: 9.

To test a previous theoretical model, we studied the relationships between social, attitude, and psychological factors and adolescent contraceptive be Cited by: Sexual behaviors and contraception among university students in Turkey Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Biosocial Science 39(1) February with Reads How.

Results: Of the rural female students, about % of respondents reported experience of sexual intercourse in the past three months.

Out of those sexually active girls, 36% were 17 years old and 20% stated having sexual intercourse with more than one partner, and 72% did not use contraception during the most recent sexual Cited by: 7.

Many programmes have had positive effects on the factors that determine risky sexual behaviours, by increasing awareness of risk and knowledge about STIs and pregnancy, values and attitudes toward sexual topics, self-efficacy (negotiating condom use or refusing unwanted sex) and intentions to abstain or restrict the number of sexual.

Contraceptive use for females was significantly related to the extent of parent-child communication about sex reported by the student. General family communication as well as parent-child discussion about sex both seem important factors in the study of family impact on by: Author(s): Soonthorndhada,A Title(s): Sexual attitudes and behaviours and contraceptive use of late female adolescents in Bangkok: a comparative study of students and factory workers/ A.

Soonthorndhada. In terms of current use of contraceptive methods, of those adolescents who were sexually active in the current relationship (%), % of males and % of females provided positive answers, % of males and % of females reported they did not use a contraceptive method.

Sexual Attitudes and Behaviours and Contraceptive Use of Late Female Adolescents in Bangkok: A Comparative Study of Students and Factory Workers, Institute. Drawing upon large, nationally representative sample surveys, this chapter documents the sexual behavior of Japanese youths (primarily those 18–34 years of age) since the s, comparing trends in the timing of sexual initiation and the determinants of sexual behaviors Cited by: 2.

Awareness regarding contraception and population control among school going adolescents Article in East African journal of public health 6(3) December with 30 Reads How. Reproductive and sexual health characteristics and contraceptive use. The relationship between sexual behaviour and contraceptive use is shown in Table 2.

Majority (%) of the respondents have had sexual intercourse, (%) had first sex Cited by: Sexual and Contraceptive Behavior of Young Adults first sexual experience, condoms were the most used modern method, and withdrawal was the most commonly used traditional method.

Table displays the primary reasons for not using contraception among sexually experienced respondents who did not use contraception at first sexual.

Objectives Ineffective and inconsistent contraceptive use is common among adults, perhaps due to limited knowledge about reproduction and unfavorable attitudes toward contraception. Knowledge and attitudes are first developed in adolescence. We test whether adolescent knowledge and attitudes have long-term implications for adult contraceptive by: 5.

(), 50% of the adolescents were ashamed to use contraceptives, 49% feared parental reaction should their contraceptive use be discovered and 43% did not trust contraceptives. Thus adolescents’ attitudes of shame for using contraceptives File Size: 48KB.

A) Adolescent sexual activity is most common among the upper class and African Americans B) The increase in adolescent sexual activity has been greater for the middle class and whites than for other groups. C) The historical difference in sexual activity between adolescent boys and girls.

The thesis (Sexual Behaviours and Contraceptive use among Adolescents in Kintampo, Ghana) is my own work. 48th International Course in Health Development (ICHD) September File Size: 1MB. the two variables high sexual risk behavior and negative attitudes towards condom-use could be seen, r=, n=p= Conclusions: The majority of the university students in our study showed an average risk : Cindra Währborg, Simon Ölund, Pranee Lundberg, Wantana Maneesriwongul, Barbro Wadensten.

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Because most American adolescent sexual activity is unplanned and infrequent and because youth receive conflicting cultural messages about the acceptability of premarital sex, about 60% of American adolescents report "always" using contraception in their most recent sexual relationship; thus, American adolescents.

Read this book on Questia. According to numerous surveys, an American female who was born at the time of the first world war was very likely to reach her wedding night without previously experiencing sexual intercourse--slightly more than two out of three had sex.

Background. The rate of premarital sexual activity, unwanted pregnancies and illegal abortions remain higher among university students. This calls for understanding the knowledge on contraceptive use and sexual behaviours among this high risk group if the incidence of unintended pregnancy, illegal abortions and high sexual risky behaviour Cited by: ABSTRACT.

OBJECTIVE: To compare the knowledge of contraceptive methods as well as to identify factors associated with adequate knowledge among public and private school adolescents. METHODS: A cross-sectional study comprising 1, adolescents.

A recent paper by Wyatt, Peters and Guthrie () is of interest because it compares data from the Kinsey s study of women's sexual behaviour with data derived from a study in of women's sexual behaviour.

The age range of the two samples was the same, years. The women in. Adolescent Sexual Behaviour and Practices in Nigeria: A Twelve Year Review contraceptive use among female adolescents provider attitudes about adolescents having sex often.

B) offer sex education that teaches the fundamentals of contraceptive use once adolescents become sexually active. C) ensure open lines of communication so adolescents feel free to talk to adults about their sexual issues and concerns. D) portray sex in the media more responsibly, showing contraception use along with sexual.

Gender roles attitudes and sexual power as factors promoting adolescents' sexual well-being Gender roles impact adolescent sexual health by shaping adolescent beliefs, attitudes and behaviors. Debra K. Katzman, Lawrence S. Neinstein, in Goldman's Cecil Medicine (Twenty Fourth Edition), Reproductive Health.

Reproductive health care includes issues of adolescent sexual development, adolescent sexual behaviors, adolescent pregnancy, and contraception. Furthermore, the study only investigated the relationships among sexual knowledge, sexual attitudes, and safe sex behaviour for adolescents. Further studies should examine different grades or schools in different areas as well as related variables such as age, sexual Cited by: communication and the sexual activity and contraceptive behavior of the adolescent.

4 Although conflicting results remain across studies, it is evident from past research, as ior.7 These studies used general parental attitudes as predictors of sexual behavior rather than specific attitudes. Communication, particularly discussions about sexual issues between mothers and their young adolescents, has a strong influence on the attitudes adolescents have about sexuality and sexual behaviors (Jessor and JessorTreboux and Busch-Rossnagel ) During this age period, peers also serve as strong socialization agents.

Adolescents. SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR, INITIATION AND CONTRACEPTIVE USE AMONG ADOLESCENTS IN IRELAND Findings from the Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) Ireland File Size: 1MB.

Blanc AK and Way AA, Sexual behavior and contraceptive knowledge and use among adolescents in developing countries, Studies in Family Planning,29(2) Mishra VK et al., Reasons for Discontinuing and Not Intending to Use Contraception.

Some women's rights movements also heralded the pill as a method of granting women sexual liberation, and saw the popularity of the drug as just one signifier of the increasing desire for.

Sexual Behaviors in Thai Adolescents. Words 3 Pages. A study of teenagers, 10th to 12th grades, in Bangkok found that % of male teens as well as % of female teens. Abstract To identify the differences and similarities in sexual and contraceptive knowledge, attitudes, and behavior among Latino male adolescent students living in California and Lima.

.Adolescent sexuality is a stage of human development in which adolescents experience and explore sexual feelings. Interest in sexuality intensifies during the onset of puberty, and sexuality is often a vital aspect of teenagers' lives. In humans, sexual interest may be expressed in a number of ways, such as flirting, kissing, masturbation, or having sex .Sexual activity and contraception use.

The Family Planning Association, was set up in the it began to offer contraceptive advice to single women who were just about to wed. A study in Manchester revealed that between the years andalmost a quarter of under-age girls coming to the attention of one female police officer regarding underage sex .

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