Factors Associated with Sex Media Contact Experience amongst Senior High and Vocational School Students in Taipei
The purpose of this study was to explore the experience of contacting sex media amongst senior high and vocational school students in Taipei. Eighteen classes were randomly selected from senior high and vocational schools in Taipei. A total of 709 questionnaires were sent out and 697 (98.3%) were returned. Instruments were based on the results in the literature and checked by 5 experts, consisting demographic variables and the experience in contacting sex media.
85.4% of the respondents reported that they had contacted sex media with the experience through Websites the most. They agreed that they had pleasure, satisfaction and lust, an escape to avoid distress, and a catharsis of negative emotions. Factors associated with sex media experience included gender, parental relationship, parent-child relationship and family interaction, and sex information from peers, media and websites.
Students were likely to obtain sex information through websites. This study indicates that relationships between parents and parental knowledge about their children's whereabouts were protective factors of sex media contacts.
|關鍵詞||台北市高中職學生、色情媒體、性態度、家庭互動、senior high and vocational schools in Taipei、sex media、parenatal relation、family interaction|