Alcohol use was measured as consumption over the previous 12 months, during situations related to sexual activity and on the most recent occasion of sexual intercourse. Publication No. Abstract: Challenges the view that college students are too self- and career-focused, to the exclusion of social, political, and spiritual concerns.
Abstract: The present study was a preliminary examination of the relations among the Organizational, Nonorganizational, and Intrinsic dimensions of religiosity and academic dishonesty. These results are discussed in light of recent theoretical developments in the identity status paradigm.
Keywords: alcohol, partner type, risky sexual behavior, condom use, HIV. Why college men drink: Alcohol, adventure, and the paradox of masculinity. Alcohol use, condom use, and partner type among heterosexual adolescents and young adults. TLFB interviews were typically completed in 30 minutes.
College women's experiences of sexual coercion: A review of cultural, perpetrator, victim, and situational variables. Participants were asked to recall their most recent sexual experience, including items assessing which sexual behaviors occurred i.
To test the competing hypothesis that global patterns of alcohol consumption accounted for potential differences in sexual risk behavior, analyses as described above were repeated, with global alcohol use included in the regression equation at Step 2.
Results from this study showed interconnectedness with others as the only significant relationship with sexual behavior i. Jahan, Qamar. Liberals as compared to conservatives, and Jews as compared to Protestants were less traditional in their attitudes toward female sexuality, less accepting of male dominance and negative attitudes toward homosexuality, and more accepting of feminist attitudes.
Abstract: A study of data from 85 undergraduate and graduate students involved in church youth groups revealed a significant relationship between degree of religious belief and drug using behavior and attitudes. Abstract: Three models reflecting stages of substance use alcohol use, alcohol and marijuana use, polydrug use were tested.
Moreover, the findings indicated that the parent's religious orientation is a stronger predictor of the adolescent's spiritual well-being and the adolescent's self-esteem than is the parent's marital status.
APSC yielded the most consistent pattern of positive relationships with the five nuclear war measures. The study concluded that health-promoting lifestyle may have a positive effect on behavior, and may be used in predicting health-risk behavior among older adolescents, but that self-esteem may have a spurious relationship with risk behavior, and should be investigated further.
That is, the closer and less structured a family became, the more positive the perceptions of sexual values and attitudes. Authentic Happiness. J Relig Afr. Analyses were made for each domain, and for the combined ideological, interpersonal, and overall domain scores.