Trends and Countertrends in Sexual Permissiveness: Three Decades of Attitude Change in the Netherlands 1965-1995
Kraaykamp, Gerbert, Journal of Marriage and Family
Using longitudinal data from 8 surveys on attitude change in the Netherlands, I tried to clarify trends in sexual permissiveness since the 1960s. In explaining these changes, time-period effects proved most important, whereas cohort replacement appeared to be of minor significance. Hence, changing attitudes toward permissiveness are best understood in terms of structural developments (period effects) through which everybody in society is affected. Furthermore, this study found that churches are successful in keeping their members from developing progressive opinions. With respect to age, the growing-conservative-when-- growing-older argument also holds for sexual permissiveness. A …
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Publication information: Article title: Trends and Countertrends in Sexual Permissiveness: Three Decades of Attitude Change in the Netherlands 1965-1995. Contributors: Kraaykamp, Gerbert - Author. Journal title: Journal of Marriage and Family. Volume: 64. Issue: 1 Publication date: February 2002. Page number: 225+. © 2002 Journal of Marriage and Family. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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