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The relationship between identity status and contraceptive practices of college students
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The theory of narrative identity postulates that individuals form an identity by integrating their life experiences into an internalized, evolving story of the self that provides the individual with a sense of unity and purpose in life. This life narrative integrates one's reconstructed past, perceived present, and imagined future. Furthermore, this narrative is a story – it has characters. Identity formation, also known as individuation, is the development of the distinct personality of an individual regarded as a persisting entity (known as personal continuity) in a particular stage of life in which individual characteristics are possessed and by which a person is recognized or known (such as the establishment of a reputation).This process defines individuals to others . The purpose of this study was to explore the association between sex-role orientation and contraceptive behavior in an unmarried population. One hundred and twentyeight sexually active unmarried college students comprised the sample. The test instrument was made up of the Sex- Role Stereotypic Questionnaire developed by Rosenkrantz, Vogel, Bee Author: Gail Ann Spitze.
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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND IDENTITY DEVELOPMENT by JOSHUA J. MESTER. A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Honors in the Major Program in Psychology in the college of Sciences and in The Burnett Honors College at the University of Central Florida Orlando, Florida Spring Term The relationship between Self-regulatory Styles with Students' Educational Procrastination.
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The relationships between ethnicity and identity status and between identity status and behavior problems, social competence, and self-esteem were examined among White, Black, Puerto Rican and Author: Charla Mckinzie.
To assess identity status, college students (aged over 41 yrs) were administered the Revised Version of the Extended Objective Measure of Ego Identity Status (L. Bennion and G. Adams, ). Contraceptive practice. Both single and married respondents in this population practiced the use of contraceptives.
There was a significant correlation between the practice of contraceptive use and marital status. Data revealed that there was a corresponding increase in contraceptive use with increasing population of married respondents.
A Descriptive Study of Undergraduate Contraceptive Attitudes Among Students at the University of New Hampshire Introduction Nearly half of all pregnancies in the United States are unintended, the highest of this instance occurs between years of age.
Four in ten of all unintended pregnancies are terminated by The relationship between identity status and contraceptive practices of college students book (Guttmacher, ).Cited by: 2. While this research has greatly improved our understanding of the role of relationships in explaining differential contraceptive practices, it has been generally restricted to the study of either any contraceptive use or condom use only.
Moreover, it has been limited by the use of dichotomous measures of relationship commitment (e.g., casual versus serious) and by the analysis of single relationships Cited by: In about ____ percent of families, the relationship between an adolescent and his/her parents is marked by serious conflict and behavioral problems.
These issues often predate adolescence and, as children, there may have been problematic relationships with peers. Abstract. The purpose of this study was to examine first sexual intercourse as it relates to gender differences regarding involvement in various sexual behaviors, the role of the partner, contraceptive practices, sexual guilt, and sexual by: Criteria for determining the identity The relationship between identity status and contraceptive practices of college students book are the presence or absence of exploration and commitment in the areas of occupation, ideology, and interpersonal values.
Identity status is typically assessed by means of a structured interview scored with a standardized manual. Findings showed that students had little knowledge of contraceptives.
The male and female condoms were the The relationship between identity status and contraceptive practices of college students book contraceptive types reported out of the many modern and traditional methods of contraceptives.
The main benefits of contraceptives were; ability to protect against The relationship between identity status and contraceptive practices of college students book, abortions, unwanted pregnancy and psychological by: 8.
Risky sexual practices are rampant among adolescents in Kenya. The sexual practices include of awareness and perceptions of students about contraceptive use in the prevention of Sexually Transmitted Diseases.
To find the relationship between the level of awareness and perception on condom use inFile Size: KB. The relationship between attachment to parents and psychological separation in college students. Journal of College Student Development, 45 (5), Cited by: J. Pohl, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2 Definition (a) Regional identity is part of the self-identity of the human being.
Regional identity results from the close ties of an individual to a region. It may consist of different intensities: it reaches from (i) a vague sense of belonging to a particular region, (ii) a close attachment to a region, (iii.
Fluke, of course, has pointed out that many women use the pill for health reasons other than preventing pregnancy. Nearly 40 percent of female college students are on the Pill, according to the American College Health Association, and of all those who use some kind of birth control, three in five choose the pill.
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ROLE IDENTITY IN COLLEGE STUDENTS 1 YI-CHING LIN National Taiwan University ROBERT E. BILLINGHAM Indiana University Summary.— The relationship between perceived parenting styles and gender role identity was examined in college students.
undergraduate students (48 men. the relationships between birth order, personality, parent-child relationship and academic attainment among college students from the Klang Valley, Malaysia.
A better understanding of these relationships might help parents to understand the differences amongst their children, which may in turn facilitate parent-child relationship.
LITERATURE REVIEWCited by: 3. Introduction: Two constructs that have received a great deal of attention in Educational Psychology research are Achievement Orientation and Identity Status. However, the relationship between these two constructs has not received the attention that the current researcher feel is warranted.
The impetus for the current study is the paucity of. ence in the knowledge about contraception between the interviewees with different levels of education - the greatest difference is observed between the interviewees with primary education and higher education degree (χ2 = 57,0; p of education level on the source of information about contraceptionFile Size: KB.
Reproductive and sexual health characteristics and contraceptive use. The relationship between sexual behaviour and contraceptive use is shown in Table 2. Majority (%) of the respondents have had sexual intercourse, (%) had first sex at Cited by: Results: 62 students participated in the study were women The average age of the sample was years.
When we analyze the relationship between the level of knowledge and attitudes towards contraception, we obtain the result that there is a weak and not significant correlation between the two variables (s=; p=).
Similarly, medical students were less likely to consider contraception as being against Islamic teachings (O.R.CI; ). Conclusion: The curricula of non-medical studies at undergraduate level should include education regarding sexual health and contraception.
Key words: Sexuality. Sexual behaviors. Contraceptives. College/university. The Relationship Between Racial Identity Status Attitudes and Acculturation Among Chinese and Korean Americans:A Criterion Profile Analysis Cultural and Cognitive Predictors of Academic Motivation Among Mexican American Adolescents: Caution Against Discounting the Impact of Cultural Process.
ANALYZING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN WOMEN’S DECISIONS TO USE CONTRACEPTION AND THEIR PARTNERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF PREVENTATIVE BEHAVIORS BY KAYLA N. GAYLE-CAMPBELL.
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Objective – The aim of this study is to assess the knowledge, attitude and practice of female college students’ towards sex and emergency contraceptives so as to prevent unintended pregnancy.
Methods – A descriptive cross sectional survey was conducted among sampled female college students of Dessie, Ethiopia from June 4 to June 5/ The relationship between sex education and later contraceptive use is not conclusively established in the literature, but it appears that HIV and sex education programs are often associated with increased contraceptive use.
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with age, intimacy, and caring between adolescent siblings remained and persevered. In terms of gender, females were perceived to be more involved in intimate sibling relationships than males, and the relationship between sisters was described as the most intensive bond among sibling relations (Dunn et al., ).File Size: KB.
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This project, generously supported by Lilly Endowment Inc., began in August and is currently funded. The Effect of Contraceptives on College Students. By: T. Huynh.
Introduction A large number of college students are sexually active, and some with little knowledge of the use of contraceptives. This lack of knowledge sometimes results in.
College age women between the ages of have one of the highest rates of unintended pregnancies due to lack of contraceptive use and unsafe sexual practices.
Since 80% of college females are sexually active and not seeking to become pregnant, it is important to provide these women with effective contraceptive options. Social Dating Goals in Female College Students: Failure to Replicate in a Diverse Sample.
By Killeya-Jones, Ley A. with predominantly White samples. In the present study, a diverse sample of 82 Asian, Black, Hispanic and White female college students completed the SDGS, as well as construct validation measures of identity, attachment and.
This research investigates the relationship between contraceptive self-efficacy and contraceptive use, measured one year later, among adolescent boys and girls.
practices among adolescents. Brafford and Beck () find that college students who experienced sexual intercourse using condoms had higher condom self-efficacy scores than those. It’s no question--a high percentage of college students are sexually active, and that’s okay.
In fact, one third of college students are having sex at least once a week. With sexual activity, though, comes mounds of responsibilities and, sometimes, people aren’t necessarily informed on how to have safe sex.
The Impact of Religion on Gender-Role Attitudes Show all authors. Mary Y. Morgan 1. Mary Y. Morgan. University of North Carolina, Greensboro The relation between ego-identity status and sex-role attitude, work-role salience, atypicality of major, and self-esteem in college women.
and the life goals and sex-role attitudes of college Cited by:. In contrast to other pdf that show a pdf between the type of relationship and contraceptive use at first sex or contraceptive use during relationships, 37 our multivariate analyses did not show an association between nonromantic sexual partners and contraceptive consistency.
However, our data showed a reduced likelihood of ever using.This study uses James Marcia’s Identity Status to analyze college majors and stress. This research asks: Is there a correlation between Marcia’s Identity Status and the stress students report going though while in college.
We hypothesized that there is not a relationship between.to examine the relationship between college students’ ebook and attitudes toward emergency contraception. Personal characteristics and background factors such as age, race, gender, past and current use of contraception, past unintended pregnancies, and type of sex education in high school were compared to current.