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A Study on Sexual Communicative Behaviors between Parents and their Children Who Are the Students with Mental Retardation in Secondary Level
sexuality education;sex myth;sexual communicative;sex knowledge
|Issue Date: ||2011-05-26 10:32:14 (UTC+8)|
Due to the limited domestic and foreign literature of parents’ communication behaviors on sex education to mental retardation middle school students and less social supports, it is more difficult for the parents to discuss with and solve their children’s sex problems than general families. The study, conducted by interviewing 30 parents, aims to look into the behaviors mainly from three aspects: a research of present communication behaviors, the factors that influence the behaviors, and approaches that may help implement sexuality education in the future.
The findings are as follows:
1. The research of present communication behaviors showed three facts: the parents and their children do not always succeed to reach consensus while communicating, the frequency to discuss sex issues is low, and parents do not feel easy to discuss about the issues.
2. The three important key influential factors are the lack of sex knowledge, the myths (non-sex myth, marriage myth, sexual violation myth) to mental retardation, and negative attitudes and thoughts of sex.
3. The study showed the approaches to implement sexuality education in the future should be planned under scopes of sexuality education methodology, human sex reactions, and both sex relationship. It is proper to carry out sexuality education on holidays and through workshops and classes of sex related issues for small groups, parents have opportunities participating group activities or doing role plays to discuss or share their problems.
|Appears in Collections:||[人類性學研究所] 博碩士論文|
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