Affecting Factors Sexual Experience Among College Students

Ae Hwa Jaung; Yu Jin Jung; Min Young Kim
January 2015
Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial Cooperation Society;2015, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p555
Academic Journal
The purpose of this study was to examine the affecting factors of sexual experience by gender of 548 college students. The data was collected from 20th May to 20th June, 2013 in Gyeongsan City. Age, living arrangement, high school, dating experience and sexual attitudes of parents were significantly different in sexual experience and gender. The sex experienced student were first sexual intercourse during high school, and sex partner was 'dating partner'. The sex experienced student answered 'sometimes' about contraception, and sex place was 'own or partner's house'. In correlation of factors, sexual attitude and sexual subjectivity was related. Affecting factor of sexual experience were age, sexual attitude of parents', sexual knowledge, and sexual attitude. To improve effective and accessibility of sexual education program, it needs to use these study results and affecting factors in order to developing sex education program for college students.


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