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Sex role attitudes of college students in India

V. V. Prakasa Rao

Sex role attitudes of college students in India

by V. V. Prakasa Rao

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Published by Women in International Development, Michigan State University in [East Lansing, MI] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India,
  • Andhra Pradesh.,
  • Andhra Pradesh
    • Subjects:
    • Sex role -- India -- Andhra Pradesh.,
    • College students -- India -- Andhra Pradesh -- Attitudes.,
    • Social surveys -- India -- Andhra Pradesh.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby V.V. Prakasa Rao and V. Nandini Rao.
      SeriesWorking paper / Women in International Development, Michigan State University ;, #72, Working paper (Michigan State University. Office of Women in International Development) ;, #72.
      ContributionsRao, V. Nandini.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ1075.5.I4 P7 1984
      The Physical Object
      Pagination22 p. ;
      Number of Pages22
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2666558M
      LC Control Number85621254

      1. Rakesh A, Premarital Sexual Attitudes and Behaviour Among Adolescent Girls, Jaipur, India: Printwell, ; Family Planning Association of India, Youth Sexuality: A Study of Knowledge, Attitudes, Beliefs and Practices Among Urban Educated Indian Youth , Mumbai, India: Sex Education Counselling Research and Training/Therapy, n.d.; Savara M and Sridhar CR, Sexual behaviour . Attitude Towards Sex Education Amongst Adolescents in Delhi Ajanta Anindita (P) Eresh Sabharwal (P) Rahul Agrawal (P) Personnel Management & Industrial Relations, XLRI School of Business and Human Resources Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India Abstract Purpose - The purpose of the study is two-fold.

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Sex role attitudes of college students in India by V. V. Prakasa Rao Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Sex role attitudes of college students in India. [V V Prakasa Rao; V Nandini Rao] -- This study examines the attitudes of male and female students toward the wife, mother, and father roles. Data were collected from a sample of university graduate students in. Sex Roles. Dec;13() Sex-role attitudes across two cultures: United States and India.

Rao VV, Rao VN. PIP: This study tests whether students from India hold more traditional sex role attitudes compared to students from the US, whether women from either country hold more liberal sex role attitudes than males, and whether socioeconomic and demographic factors are better Cited by: PIP This study tests whether students from India hold more traditional sex role attitudes compared to students from the US, whether women from either country hold more liberal sex role attitudes.

A Study of Attitude towards Sex-Education as Perceived by Parents & Teachers is ignorant in India. To teach them about sex is extremely difficult. Hence, sex-education is a very vital There is much importance of sex-education as a means of developing healthy attitudes among the students.

The scenario is quite changed now today’s File Size: 84KB. Eight hundred and eighty-seven students from two major universities in Delhi, India, were surveyed, using a self-administered questionnaire, about their sexual knowledge, attitudes and behaviour.

The data show that female students seem to be rejecting traditional Indian repressive sexual standards of premarital and non-procreative sex and the Cited by: NEED FOR SEXUAL EDUCATION FOR INDIAN ADOLESCENTS. The importance of delivery of sex education in a timely fashion to this significant demographic is emphasized by current statistics that show that almost one in every fifth person on the globe is an adolescent.[] They comprise 18% ( billion) of world's population inwith 88% living in developing countries.

Singh, Jaya () Attitude of parents towards imparting sex education to adolescents, Glimpses Research Bulletin, Ghaziabad, Issue-2, rS a m w a a d: 7 - 7 4 9 0 S a m w a a d: e - J o u r n a Author: Rajshri Singh.

A survey was conducted to determine college students' attitudes toward and behavior relative to oral-genital sexuality.

Information concerning attitude and behavior was elicited through the use of an equal-interval attitude scale and a behavior inventory. Responses from 91 students were analyzed. Results of the study indicated that more favorable attitudes toward oralgenital sexuality Cited by: 6.

A total of Chinese college students in Taiwan and Caucasian college students in eastern North Carolina were administered several sex role attitude scales developed by Spence et al. (, ). The scales were translated into Chinese for Chinese subjects. Results indicated cultural differences in attitudes toward Marital Roles, Expressivity, Social Interaction, and Preference for by: A Descriptive Study of Undergraduate Contraceptive Attitudes Among Students at the University of New Hampshire Introduction Nearly half of all pregnancies in the United States are unintended, the highest of this instance occurs between years of age.

Four in ten of all unintended pregnancies are terminated by abortion (Guttmacher, ).Cited by: 2. A questionnaire of sexual attitudes and behaviors was given to students ( girls and boys) aged 10–17 years in a public school in New Delhi, India. Students from Grades 6–12 were randomly selected to respond to the questionnaire that included 99 items pertaining to demographics, knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors regarding human sexuality and by: 7.

The attitude of the students about sexual health was variable. Only about 16% students felt masturbation to be harmful to health and another 43% did not know about its effect on health.

Whereas % felt it is not deleterious to health. One-third of students thought it was okay to have premarital sex and % students did not opine. Sex Education in the School and College Curricula: Need of the Hour STIs creates a negative attitude, which results in the lack of knowledge about safe sex, leading to a silent spread of the.

Keywords: Teachers’ attitudes, students, teaching and learning social studies, secondary schools INTRODUCTION An attitude is a mindset that affects how a person thinks and acts. Attitude can influence a person’s performance positively or negatively. For instance, negative attitude towards one’s job will result in negative performance.

A cross sectional study was carried out in in South Delhi, India to investigate the perception, knowledge and attitude of adolescent urban schoolgirls towards sexually transmitted Infections (STIs), HIV/AIDS, safer sex practice and sex education.

the self-administered questionnaire was completed by female students from two senior Cited by:   Community attitudes to violence against women: Detailed report. Canberra, Australia: An assessment of college students' attitudes and empathy toward rape. College Student Journal, 33, Impact of gender role, sexist attitudes, and work role.

Sex Roles, 44, Google Scholar | Crossref Cited by: Whitley BE. The relation of gender-role orientation to sexual experience among college students. Sex Roles. ; – Whitley BE. Gender-role variables and attitudes toward homosexuality. Sex Roles. ; – Wong-Rieger D, Quintana D. Comparative acculturation of Southeast Asian and Hispanic immigrants and by:   Methods.

Maharashtra, of which Mumbai is the capital, has one of the highest rates of HIV in India [].Moreover, the state's government refused to take part in The Adolescence Education Programme, one federal government initiative to introduce sex education in schools [15,16].A cross-sectional survey was carried out in five co-educational, state junior colleges in Mumbai, in January and Cited by:   The first case of HIV in Ethiopia was reported in Since then, HIV/AIDS has become a major public health concern in the country, leading the Government of Ethiopia to declare a public health emergency in Although the epidemic is currently stable, HIV/AIDS remains a major development challenge for Ethiopia.

The spread of HIV in any community is in part determined by the Cited by: To further explore the issue of gender roles and changing perspectives on marriage, students ( females, 38 males) at a public university in Texas participated in an online Qualtrics survey.

The seeming contradictions of Indian attitudes towards sex (more broadly - sexuality) can be best explained through the context of history. India played a role in shaping understandings of sexuality, and it could be argued that one of the first pieces of literature that treated "Kama" as science came from the Indian subcontinent.The attitude of teachers toward the teaching of sex education in secondary schools has become a source of worry as the contemporary social vice and educational set back.

Therefore the major aim of this study is to discuss the attitudes of teacher in students in secondary schools sex education.We report here the development of a questionnaire that takes a new approach to the measurement of gender-role attitudes. It is based on the idea that attitudes, in principle, involve specific prescriptive beliefs about policies, for example, beliefs about whether men and women should share housework equally, or whether boys should be encouraged in mathematics more than girls.