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Attitudes and perceptions of educated, urban youth to marriage and sex

Attitudes and perceptions of educated, urban youth to marriage and sex

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Published by SECRT in Bombay .
Written in English


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Spiral bound.

Statementconducted by SECRT, Sex Education Counselling, Research, Training and Therapy Department of the Family Planning Association of India.
ContributionsFamily Planning Association of India. Sex Education Counselling, Research, Training and Therapy Department.
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College Students’ Attitudes toward LGBT Individuals marriage rights. There was also space available for anyone to include thoughts or comments. To be sure the survey was clear and valid, it was piloted on five UW-Stout undergraduate students. Through the feedback received, it was concluded that the survey was ready for Size: 67KB. This Research Brief provides a portrait of the attitudes and opinions of young adults about relationships and the importance of marriage. To develop this portrait, Child Trends analyzed data from Wave III of the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health by gender, race/ethnicity, and relationship status.

A first issue is same-sex marriage. The GSS asked whether respondents agree that “homosexual couples should have the right to marry one another”: percent of respondents who expressed an opinion agreed with this statement, and percent disagreed, indicating a slight majority in favor of legalizing same-sex marriage (SDA,   For a closer look at U.S. attitudes on these questions over time, see the Pew Research Center’s report “The Decline of Marriage and Rise of New Families” and update “No Reversal in Decline of Marriage.” Also see the Pew Global Attitudes Project’s report for more comparative international perspective on gender issues and marriage.

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Attitudes and perceptions of educated, urban youth to marriage and sex Download PDF EPUB FB2

Of marriage and long-term relationships) of over college students. Results indicate positive change in all three measures of attitudes, with most emerging adults desiring and placing importance on marriage and long-term relationships from the very beginning of by: 1.

marriage. Sex without the risk of pregnancy is likely to have had the effect of making premarital sex more popular and acceptable. Disaffiliation of sex from marriage resulted in privacy as opposed to the public institutional sphere of marriage (Nock, ).

Sex and cohabitation being normalized ratified delay and even rejection of Size: KB. Indian youth in a transforming world: Attitudes and perceptions New Delhi: SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd doi: Urban youth favour improved friendly relations with Pakistan as compared to rural youth.

By and large, only the educated youth and those who live in cities know about globalisation. Consequently, it is the educated. Inter-Caste Marriage in Urban India 1. 1 Benjamin Morley ANTH Final Essay 12/05/12 Inter-caste Marriage in Urban India Caste in India is the product of thousands of years of cultural and social organization, a form of identity, and a major source of criticism of the Hindu religion and to a larger extent Indian culture.

ABSTRACTIn the current study, we explore how sexual identity affects attitudes toward dating violence by utilizing a survey of 1, college students. We examine attitudes toward justification for relationship violence and perceptions of unhealthy relationships.

It is important to explore how sexual identity influences perceptions of intimate partner violence because recent research suggests Author: Courtney A. Crittenden, Christina Policastro, Helen M.

Eigenberg. Attitudes and Perceptions of Young Men towards Gender Equality and Violence in Timor-Leste By Ann Wigglesworth1, Sara Niner2, Dharmalingam Arunachalam3, Abel Boavida dos Santos4, Mateus Tilman5 Abstract This article examines attitudes and perceptions of young men toward gender relations and gender-based violence in post-conflict Timor-Leste.

Perceptions and Attitudes Towards Late Marriage and To cite this version: Julien Zwang. Perceptions and Attitudes Towards Late Marriage and Premarital Fertility in Rural South Africa: A study on social changes and health risks among young adults.

risk for the mother because of unprotected sex (STD/HIV), and for the child. Youth valued parents, peers, volunteer couples, and personal experience as sources of information on marriage and were most interested in a brief, low-cost program led by a volunteer couple that.

Religion and Negative Attitudes towards Homosexuals An Analysis of Urban Young People and Their Attitudes towards Homosexuality Article (PDF Available) in Young 23(3) August with. Little is known about the risky sexual behaviour, misconceptions and attitudes regarding sexuality and sexual health among rural youth in India.

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Sex Education: Vol. 19, No. 5, pp. Author: Claudia Pineda Marin, Maria Teresa Munoz Sastre, Diego Alfonso Murcia, Mateo Bernal Castañeda, Angie. 1) There is a positive attitude of youth towards marriage. 2) There is a significant difference between male and female attitude towards marriage with regard to concept of marriage, age of marriage, criteria for choosing life partner, type of marriage, sexual relationship, social expectation, specific motives for successful Size: 1MB.

and Blanc (), note that there has been a rise in the proportion of first sex that occurs before marriage.

Premarital sex is more likely to occur among adolescents than in the past. Parents and caregivers are expected to monitor and help to shape their behaviour.

Communication between parent and child is a crucial dimension of parenting. Gender and Attitudes towards Marriage. 4 Riggio and Weiser () studied how parents’ marital interactions and the way they treat each other can influence the attitudes of their children in their own intimate relationships.

They argue that if people perceive File Size: 78KB. The study was designed to find out the parents perception of sex education in Nsukka Urban area of Enugu non-educated parents. The researchers utilized a descriptive survey research design. Six research questions guided the study data was instrumented using structure questionnaires.

The purpose of this study was to explore the demographic differences and similarities (for race, gender, and age) in a diverse urban sample on the following variables: Adolescent sexual behaviors, parental attitudes towards sex, maternal amount of communication, paternal amount of communication, and whether or not school was a source of sex.

and contrast the attitudes and perceptions of adolescents and young people in an urban and a rural context of the DRC on issues related to marriage, pre-marital sex, preg-nancy prevention and contraceptive use. Methodology The data for this analysis came from two different studies - one conducted in the capital city ofCited by: 4.

Sexual attitudes are attitudes, opinions and beliefs regarding sexual matters such as Sexual development, human sexual behavior, sexual orientation and sexual risk taking. Measurement Edit. UK National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles; Implicit Association Test Edit.

The Implicit Association Test is a testing method designed by Anthony Greenwald and others it measures the associative. Concurrency was common in our study sample with rates of both index and sex partner concurrency comparable to similar studies among urban youth (8, 32, 33).

Similar to previous studies, we found that males with more equitable beliefs regarding the balance of power in relationships were less likely to have a concurrent sexual relationship after Cited by: 8.

The National Study of Youth and Religion is a research project directed by Christian Smith, Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Notre Dame and Lisa Pearce, Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. This project, generously supported by Lilly Endowment Inc., began in August and is currently funded through December The Impact of Attitudes on Marriage Behavior Sharon Sassler Robert Schoen Department of Population Dynamics Johns Hopkins University Introduction Despite a wealth of research on American attitudes towards marriage, cohabitation, and family formation, and how these have changed over the past few decades, little work has.

Background. Universally, consensus is emerging about the importance of improved parent-adolescent communication in promoting healthy sexual behaviours among adolescents [1–3].Adolescents who have a positive relationship with their parents are known to be less likely to initiate sex early [3, 4].There is growing evidence showing that various parenting dimensions like Cited by: