Hazardous Sex Case Study

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In this study it indicates how little things in life could bring about an impact of hazardous practices throughout your life in case you 're not cautious. As a child develops to being a youthful grown-up, their parents begin to play a vital part in their lives. In the article The Role of Parents in Early Adolescent Sexual Risk-Taking Behaviors show variables included were mother and father approval of premarital sex, guardian adolescent communication about sexuality, and parental social support (Bersamin et al. 2008). While scanning through articles I also discovered how distinctive religions could predict hazardous sex conduct. This study is mostly the greater part of the impacts of hazardous sex practices originate from homosexual men. This …show more content…
In Dittus and Jaccard (2000) study there were 10,000 students that ranged from seventh to eleventh grade who completed two interviews in their home at a one year internal. Dittus and (2000) found that there were mostly African American and Mexican students who were most satisfied with the relationship with their mother, and who accepted their mothers’ attitudes as disapproving of premarital sex were less to initiate sexual activity or become pregnant. When a child has good communication skills with their parents it has also has a less risk of indulging into risky sex. There was a study given by Holtzman and Rubinson (1995) which made a sample of 8,098 high school students, parents who communicated with their children about Human Immunodeficiency Virus were less likely to have had multiple partners, unprotected sex, or to indulge into …show more content…
Most of the time when parents discuss the use of condoms with their child before they are being exposed to sexual behaviors will decrease the use of risky sex and multiple partners’ verses a parent discussing the use of a condom after they are exposed to sexual behaviors. There are some gender-related areas in parent-adolescent sexual communication with their child. Findings show that children were generally more likely communicate about sex with their mothers than with their fathers (DiIorio, Kelley, & Hockenberry-Eaton, 1999, p.183). There were 672 students, African American and Hispanic students stated that they feel closer to their mother than their fathers (Holtzman & Rubinson, 1995). However, Caucasians had more communication about sex with both parents than others did. This study shows a descriptive survey were they used 89 males and 105 female students in the 7th and 8th grades from two different middle schools in an urban school district of a large city in the Midwest (Holtzman& Rubinson, 1995). All the students were revealed as African-American and Mexicans. While they collected data, the students were fully supervised by teachers. The survey completion happened with a single session at the high schools in their auditorium. Students were given paper to cover their answers for privacy. When they finished the survey they turned them in into a cover (DiIorio, Kelley, & Hockenberry-Eaton, 1999, p.184). The results of this study

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