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일부 고교생을 대상으로 한 성교육 프로그램의 중재효과

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이무식김은영김대경이미영임은선이석구이종영이연경
Publication Year
2002
Keyword
secuality education programhigh school adolescenteffectsknowledgeattitude
Abstract
Objectives : Recently, adolescent sexual problems have become a source of increasing social, educational, and political concern in Korea. The positive knowledge and attitude of adolescents in developmental stage is important and essential component in physical. mental, and social health in the adulthood life. This study was attempted to assess the effect of sexuality education program for the 10th grade students on the knowledge and attitude toward sexuality. Methods : We provided 428 10th grade students in 3 high schools in Boryung city of Chungnam province with sexuality education monthly from May to December 2000. A questionnaire survey for these students was conducted before and after the education to assess the change of knowledge and attitude toward sexuality. Results : Most of the students had a high level of knowledge about biological aspects of sexuality and positive attitude about sexuality. But they had poor knowledge in contraception and sexually transmitted diseases. Knowledge about sexuality was improved significantly after education but no significant change in the attitude. Level of knowledge was positively associated with positive attitude about sexuality. Conclusions : This sexuality education program showed a significant effect on the improvement of sexuality knowledge. A continuous and systematic sexuality education program that is designed according to the stage of growth and development of student needs to be implemented because sexuality knowledge is correlated with sexuality attitude.
Alternative Title
Effects of Sexuality Education Program in High School Adolescent
Department
Dept. of Preventive Medicine (예방의학)
Publisher
School of Medicine
Citation
한국모자보건학회지, Vol.6(1) : 7-22, 2002
Type
Article
ISSN
1226-4652
URI
http://kumel.medlib.dsmc.or.kr/handle/2015.oak/37063
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