Title

馬來西亞大學生性迷思之調查研究

Translated Titles

A Study on The Beliefs in Sexual Myths among University Students In Malaysia

Authors

林子崧

Key Words

性迷思 ; Sexual myths

PublicationName

樹德科技大學人類性學研究所學位論文

Volume or Term/Year and Month of Publication

2020年

Academic Degree Category

碩士

Advisor

施俊名

Content Language

繁體中文

Chinese Abstract

本研究旨在探討馬來西亞大學生性迷思之現況,針對四個不同背景變相之差異進行分析,包括不同性別、不同信仰程度(宗教)、不同家庭結構以及不同父母監護程度。本研究以馬來西亞在籍大學生為研究對象,有效樣本共計356人,其中男性佔41%,女性佔59%,超過80%以上的受試者年齡為17歲至24歲的馬來西亞大學生。本研究以問卷調查法進行資料收集,研究者使用自編制的「大學生性迷思量表」做為本研究資料蒐集之工具,調查所得資料經以SPSS 14.0版電腦統計套裝軟體進行描述性統計、卡方檢驗等方式進行分析。 研究發現如下: 一、馬來西亞的男性大學生性迷思大於女性大學生。 二、信仰程度強(宗教)的馬來西亞大學生其性迷思大於信仰程度弱(宗教)的馬來西亞大學生。 三、不同家庭結構的馬來西亞大學生在性迷思五個層面裡沒有顯著差異。 四、不同父母監護程度的馬來西亞大學生在性迷思五個層面裡沒有顯著差異。 最後依據研究結果歸納出結論,提出具體建議以供給父母、校方及大學生作為參考,並提出未來研究方向供後續研究人員參考。

English Abstract

This study aims to explore the current situation of university students' sexual myths in Malaysia and to analyze the differences between variable items in gender, religion, family structures and parental supervisions. The respondents for the study were 356 Malaysia university students of which 41% are male and 59% female. More than 80% of respondents were university students aged 17 to 24 in Malaysia. Data were collected using questionnaires. A self-compiled "University Sexual Myths Scale" tool was used for data collection. The survey data were analyzed with descriptive statistics and chi-square test using SPSS version 14.0 software. The findings of the present study showed that: 1) The male university students had more sexual myths than female university students. 2) Malaysia university students with a strong level of beliefs (religion) had greater sexual myths than Malaysian university students with weak beliefs (religion). 3) There was no significant difference in the five levels of sexual myths among Malaysia university students with different family structures. 4) There was no significant difference in the five levels of sexual myths among Malaysia university students with different parental supervisions. Based on the research results, the conclusions were summarized and specific suggestions were made to provide parents, schools and university students references and future research directions.

Topic Category 人文學 > 人類學及族群研究
應用社會學院 > 人類性學研究所
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