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Journal of Korean Academy of Child Health Nursing 2008;14(1):90-98.
Behaviors Related to Pornography in Primary, Middle and High School Students.
Hyeon Ok Kim, Gwang Sug Park
1College of Nursing, Research Institute of Nursing Science, Chonbuk National University, Korea.
2Baeksuk Primary School, Korea. sug8296@hanmail.net
PURPOSE: This study was done to investigate behavior related to viewing pornography sites by primary, middle, and high school students in one province. METHODS: The participants were 2,939 primary (5, 6 grade), middle and high school students (1, 2 and 3 grade), chosen at random in big cities, small towns and rural areas of NorthChollaProvince. RESULTS: The first experience of finding pornography sites by oneself was 21.1% for the total sample and for primary school students 6.8%, for middle school students, 31.0%, and for high school students, 62.2%. The first time on a pornography site was highest for middle school students (62.0%) and for grade, middle school 1 grade (25.7%). The pornography use resulted in difficulties with study (11.3%), desire to imitate what was seen in pornography (10.9%), imitation of what was seen the pornography (3.9%), and desire to visit pornography sites everyday (2.3%). Pornography contact behavior was related to gender and school type (p<.05). Independent access to pornography and experiencing difficulties with study were related to area of residence (p<.05). CONCLUSION: These findings suggest that systematic education policy and further research on needs for pornography contact should be examined to develop programs to decrease pornography contact behavior.
Key words: Pornography; Primary school; Middle school; High school
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