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En grupp kvinnors upplevelse av sexuell aktivitet med en partner – en enkätstudie

Borovnjak, Maja LU (2016) PSYK01 20161
Department of Psychology
Abstract (Swedish)
Forskning har visat att sexuell aktivitet gynnar individens fysik, psyke och relationer (Cox, 2009). Det saknas bred forskning kring kvinnans sexualitet, sexuell aktivitet och sexuell tillfredställelse samt subjektivt sexuellt välbefinnande i Sverige. Det var 31 kvinnor, 18-35 år, från Malmö och Lund i Sverige som rekryterades. Utgångspunkten var att utreda om det fanns en samvariation mellan sexuella upplevelser gällande ångest och nedstämdhet, belysa dessa kvinnors frustration över att inte vara sexuellt aktiva samt analysera om sexuell information samvarierar med sexuella upplevelser. Studien bestod av en enkätundersökning som utfördes via Internet. Därefter utfördes crosstabulation, genom så kallat chi2 test for independence.Studien... (More)
Forskning har visat att sexuell aktivitet gynnar individens fysik, psyke och relationer (Cox, 2009). Det saknas bred forskning kring kvinnans sexualitet, sexuell aktivitet och sexuell tillfredställelse samt subjektivt sexuellt välbefinnande i Sverige. Det var 31 kvinnor, 18-35 år, från Malmö och Lund i Sverige som rekryterades. Utgångspunkten var att utreda om det fanns en samvariation mellan sexuella upplevelser gällande ångest och nedstämdhet, belysa dessa kvinnors frustration över att inte vara sexuellt aktiva samt analysera om sexuell information samvarierar med sexuella upplevelser. Studien bestod av en enkätundersökning som utfördes via Internet. Därefter utfördes crosstabulation, genom så kallat chi2 test for independence.Studien kunde inte finna signifikans mellan variablerna. Studien fann dock signifikans mellan relationsstatus och frekvens av sexuell aktivitet. Individer som var singlar var sällan eller aldrig sexuellt aktiva medan kvinnorna i förhållande eller i lustfylld tillfällig relation oftare var sexuellt aktiva. (Less)
Abstract
Sexual activity has in prior studies been considered valuable to the individual body, mind and relationship (Cox, 2009). There were not much research devoted to sexuality, sexual activity,sexual satisfaction and subjective sexual well being of female individuals in Sweden. Firstly, this study investigated possible covariation between female sexual activity and anxiety, on the one hand, and depression, on another. Secondly, explored women’s frustration due to the lack of sexual activity. Finally, it analyzed whether the amount of information about sexuality and sexual behaviour was in covariation with women’s sexual satisfaction. The method applied was an Internet survey of 31 women aged 18-35 from Malmö and Lund, Sweden. The survey results... (More)
Sexual activity has in prior studies been considered valuable to the individual body, mind and relationship (Cox, 2009). There were not much research devoted to sexuality, sexual activity,sexual satisfaction and subjective sexual well being of female individuals in Sweden. Firstly, this study investigated possible covariation between female sexual activity and anxiety, on the one hand, and depression, on another. Secondly, explored women’s frustration due to the lack of sexual activity. Finally, it analyzed whether the amount of information about sexuality and sexual behaviour was in covariation with women’s sexual satisfaction. The method applied was an Internet survey of 31 women aged 18-35 from Malmö and Lund, Sweden. The survey results were processed with the help of crosstabulation, namely chi2 test for independence. The study did not find any covariation between the investigated variables. However, an unexpected find was that a covariation between relationship status and frequency of sexual activity exists: singles were rarely or never sexually active, meanwhile women involved in relationships were more often sexually active. (Less)
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Borovnjak, Maja LU
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PSYK01 20161
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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sexual satisfaction, sexuality, sexual behaviour, sexual well-being, anxiety, depression
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Swedish
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8886582
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  abstract     = {Sexual activity has in prior studies been considered valuable to the individual body, mind and relationship (Cox, 2009). There were not much research devoted to sexuality, sexual activity,sexual satisfaction and subjective sexual well being of female individuals in Sweden. Firstly, this study investigated possible covariation between female sexual activity and anxiety, on the one hand, and depression, on another. Secondly, explored women’s frustration due to the lack of sexual activity. Finally, it analyzed whether the amount of information about sexuality and sexual behaviour was in covariation with women’s sexual satisfaction. The method applied was an Internet survey of 31 women aged 18-35 from Malmö and Lund, Sweden. The survey results were processed with the help of crosstabulation, namely chi2 test for independence. The study did not find any covariation between the investigated variables. However, an unexpected find was that a covariation between relationship status and frequency of sexual activity exists: singles were rarely or never sexually active, meanwhile women involved in relationships were more often sexually active.},
  author       = {Borovnjak, Maja},
  keyword      = {sexual satisfaction,sexuality,sexual behaviour,sexual well-being,anxiety,depression},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {En grupp kvinnors upplevelse av sexuell aktivitet med en partner – en enkätstudie},
  year         = {2016},
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