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Title: 同志網路性活動之研究
Studies on internet homosexual sexual activity
Authors: 林信亨
Lin,Hsin Heng
Contributors: 簡上淇;阮芳賦
Keywords: 網路;同志;身份認同;性活動;人際關係
Internet;homosexual;recognition of identity;sexual activity;interpersonal relationship
Date: 2008
Issue Date: 2011-05-26 10:25:37 (UTC+8)
Publisher: 高雄市:[樹德科技大學人類性學研究所]
Abstract: 在這個資訊媒體不斷快速進化翻轉的E世代,網際網路正急遽地改變同志們的溝通模式、交友空間、情慾活動、關係結構,同時也重新定位了同志與同志之間的情感、更把同志與社會之間的關係重新洗牌。


In this e-Generation that media and information are evolving rapidly, Internet is dramatically changing the way homosexual communicate, their places to make friends, sexual activities, relation structures. It also redefines the relationships between homosexual and rearranges the connection between homosexual and the society at the same time.
The main purposes of this study are to investigate the relation and influences between dimensions of identity recognition, sexual activities and interpersonal relationship that Internet has effects on homosexual. This study employee the qualitative research approach and analyzes data from many homosexual interviewees with a narrative inquiry.
The result of this study indicates that Internet information or the knowledge that e-communities grant has positive effects on most homosexual’s recognition of identity; yet some homosexual may fail to use Internet, search information, or communicate with others due to age differences or the lack of techniques. Furthermore, since everyone has different sexual needs and ways of interactions, homosexual pursue their own ideal sexual activity through different means and procedures which are various. Lastly, homosexual will bring themselves diverse interpersonal relationships and affections among different dimensions of on-line sexual activities ; and these three dimensions, recognition, sex, and relationships seem to greatly link and affect each other.
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