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Title: 青少年的愛情與性行為之探討
Study of teenager ''s ""Love & Sexual behavior""
Authors: 李維祚
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Contributors: 林燕卿
人類性學研究所
Keywords: 青少年;愛情觀;愛情;性態度;性行為
Date: 2004
Issue Date: 2011-05-26 10:26:51 (UTC+8)
Publisher: 高雄市:[樹德科技大學人類性學研究所]
Abstract: 本論文主要在探討青少年的愛情觀。了解其個人的愛情經驗在她們的生活中扮演的整體角色及性行為的呈現。
研究方法乃是採用深度訪談的方式來蒐集資料,邀請四位受訪者參與訪談。所得結果:1.在愛情關係中,尋求心靈親密的歸屬感,性愛合一的性行為及承諾,2.跳脫男主動,女被動模式,仍然想維持一對一的交往模式,性行為自主與性觀念保守的矛盾情節。
This dissertation aimed to explore the young adults' thought about love. To investigate what affection will interact personal love experience with presentation of sexual behavior.
The researcher adopted the method of depth interview to collect related literature and invited 4 interviewees to participate in the survey. The results showed: 1. In the relationship between men and women, the mental intimacy and the combination of love, sex and commitment is essential. 2. Despite the traditional model had been subverted that men always play the active roles, while women are passive to pursue the mate, the lovers still prefer to maintain the one-to-one relationship. The paradox emerged inevitably due to the independence of sexual behavior and conservative concept of sex.
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