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Hem till dig eller hem till mig? : En kvantitativ studie kring sambandet mellan mående och tillfälliga sexuella relationer bland studenter vid Lunds universitet

van Gils, Nathalie LU and Starbrant, Simon LU (2017) SOPA63 20171
School of Social Work
Abstract
Previous studies have proven that stress factors linked to academic achievement is the main cause of stress in the life of a student. However other reports have indicated that other factors concerning casual sexual behaviors and attitudes may have a negative effect on the well-being of students. Questionnaires were handed out to 227 students at Lund University, 83 men and 143 women, to investigate whether casual sex and attitudes towards the same have a negative effect on students’ well-being. Furthermore the questionnaire contained questions concerning other stress factors related to education, economy and students’ living conditions. This to be able to put our result concerning stress related to casual sex in a wider context. We found... (More)
Previous studies have proven that stress factors linked to academic achievement is the main cause of stress in the life of a student. However other reports have indicated that other factors concerning casual sexual behaviors and attitudes may have a negative effect on the well-being of students. Questionnaires were handed out to 227 students at Lund University, 83 men and 143 women, to investigate whether casual sex and attitudes towards the same have a negative effect on students’ well-being. Furthermore the questionnaire contained questions concerning other stress factors related to education, economy and students’ living conditions. This to be able to put our result concerning stress related to casual sex in a wider context. We found that men in general had more experience of casual sex and also had more accepting attitudes towards casual sex than women. A weak correlation was found between casual sexual behavior (and attitudes) and the well-being of students. (Less)
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van Gils, Nathalie LU and Starbrant, Simon LU
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organization
course
SOPA63 20171
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Tillfälliga sexuella relationer, Percieved stress factors, Student culture, Casual sex, Hooking-up behaviour, Students, Stress factors, sexuella riskbeteende
language
Swedish
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8912772
date added to LUP
2017-06-15 13:27:48
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2017-06-15 13:27:48
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  abstract     = {Previous studies have proven that stress factors linked to academic achievement is the main cause of stress in the life of a student. However other reports have indicated that other factors concerning casual sexual behaviors and attitudes may have a negative effect on the well-being of students. Questionnaires were handed out to 227 students at Lund University, 83 men and 143 women, to investigate whether casual sex and attitudes towards the same have a negative effect on students’ well-being. Furthermore the questionnaire contained questions concerning other stress factors related to education, economy and students’ living conditions. This to be able to put our result concerning stress related to casual sex in a wider context. We found that men in general had more experience of casual sex and also had more accepting attitudes towards casual sex than women. A weak correlation was found between casual sexual behavior (and attitudes) and the well-being of students.},
  author       = {van Gils, Nathalie and Starbrant, Simon},
  keyword      = {Tillfälliga sexuella relationer,Percieved stress factors,Student culture,Casual sex,Hooking-up behaviour,Students,Stress factors,sexuella riskbeteende},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Hem till dig eller hem till mig? : En kvantitativ studie kring sambandet mellan mående och tillfälliga sexuella relationer bland studenter vid Lunds universitet},
  year         = {2017},
}