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Original Article Middle School Students' Perceptions of Sexual Violence
Young Hee Yom, Yang So Yoon, Kyu Eun Lee, Hyun Sook Chung

DOI: https://doi.org/
Published online: March 31, 2001
1Hallym University, Korea.
2Yongdong Junior College, Korea.
3Kwandong University, Korea.
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The purpose of this study was to analyze the experience of sexual violence and sexual violence education. The data were collected from June 19 to July 14. 2000 using the questionnaire. The Subjects of this study consisted of 736 middle school students in six provincess(Seoul, Incheon, Daegu, Kyunggi, Kangwon, Kyungbuk). Data were analyzed using percentage mean standard deviation. ANOVA and Duncan test. The results were as follows: 1. About sixty-two percent of the subjects was educated for sexual violence. 2. About twenty-five percent of the subjects experienced sexual harassment 12.1% of the subjects experienced serious sexual contact. and 2.0% of the subjects was raped. 3. The mean score of misconception related sexual violence was 2.86+/-0.47. 4. The mean score of misconception related sexual violence showed significant differences in experience of education(t=-3.83 p<.0001) in delayed time of education (F=6.33 p<.0001) and in reading of pornomagazine (F=2.03 p<.05). 5. The mean score of misconception related sexual violence showed significant differences in experience of sexual harassment (t=-1.92 p<.05) and in experience of serious sexual contact (t=-2.41 p<.01). 6. There was a significant difference in misconception related sexual violence between boy and girl(t=5.79 p<.0001). According to the above results realistic and future-directed sexual violence education materials should be developed for middled school students. This information will provide useful data to promote a more systemic desirable and sexual violence education.


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