Gender Comparisons of University Students' Perceived Relevance of Human Sexuality Topics
Ballard, Sharon M., Morris, Michael Lane, Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences
Scholarship and Practice
This exploratory study examines undergraduate university students' evaluations of topics included in a comprehensive human sexuality course. Through daily evaluations, 145 females and 58 males rated the relevance of22 sexuality topics. Love, communication, and contraception were topics perceived by the students to be highly relevant and homosexuality was rated as the least relevant. Significant gender differences were determined through t tests with female students perceiving topics as more relevant than male students with the exception of male anatomy. The greatest significant gender differences were in the topics of gender issues, …
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Publication information: Article title: Gender Comparisons of University Students' Perceived Relevance of Human Sexuality Topics. Contributors: Ballard, Sharon M. - Author, Morris, Michael Lane - Author. Journal title: Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences. Volume: 92. Issue: 5 Publication date: January 1, 2000. Page number: 57+. © American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences Apr 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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