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Title:Samoregulacija in samokontrola v povezavi s tveganim spolnim vedenjem
Authors:Nedelko, Alja (Author)
Bakračevič, Karin (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:Tvegano vedenje je pogosto predvsem med mladostniki, vendar zelo pogosto pusti posledice v kasnejših življenjskih obdobjih. Tvegano spolno vedenje je tesno povezano s samoregulacijo in samokontrolo, ki se oblikujeta od otroštva pa vse do odraslosti. Starši igrajo pomembno vlogo pri seznanjanju otrok s tveganim spolnim vedenjem in deloma tudi pri tem, do katere mere se bo pri otroku razvila samoregulacija in samokontrola. Namen naše magistrske naloge je bil ugotoviti, kako se samoregulacija in samokontrola povezujeta s tveganim spolnim vedenjem. Podatke smo pridobili s tremi vprašalniki (Vprašalnik samoregulacije – ASRI, Lestvica samokontrole in Vprašalnik tveganega spolnega vedenja – SRS). V raziskavo so bili vključeni dijaki, ki obiskujejo gimnazijo na območju Podravske regije. Rezultati so pokazali, da se višja izražena stopnja samoregulacije in samokontrole med mladostniki povezuje z nižjo stopnjo vpletenosti v tvegana spolna vedenja. Pokazale so se statistično pomembne razlike med spoloma, kjer smo ugotovili, da so fantje tisti, ki so bolj vpleteni v tvegana spolna vedenja kot dekleta. Prav tako so se pokazale statistično pomembne razlike med spoloma v smeri, da so fantje tisti, ki so pogosteje vpleteni v nezaščitene spolne odnose. Rezultati so v večji meri potrdili naše hipoteze in predvidevanja. Izsledki raziskave so ključni predvsem za ozaveščanje mladostnikov in staršev o tveganem spolnem vedenju.
Keywords:samoregulacija, samokontrola, tvegano spolno vedenje, mladostništvo, tvegano vedenje
Year of publishing:2019
Publisher:[A. Nedelko]
Source:Maribor
UDC:159.922.8-053.6:613.88(043.2)
COBISS_ID:24765448 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:K5RAO1B6
License:CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
This work is available under this license: Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives 4.0 International
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Language:English
Title:Self-Regulation and self-control in relation to risky sexual behavior
Abstract:Risky behavior that is especially often among adolescents can very often have far-reaching consequences. Risky sexual behavior is closely linked to self-regulation and self-control, which are shaped in early childhood and continue developing also in adulthood. Parents play an important role in informing children about risky sexual behavior, and partly in determining to what extent self-regulation and self-control will develop in their child. The aim of our master's thesis was to establish how self-regulation and self-control are related to risky sexual behavior. We conducted a research and obtained needed information with three questionnaires (Adolescent Self-Regulatory Inventory - ASRI, Self-Control Scale and Sexual Risk Survey - SRS). Our research included students attending secondary schools in the Podravje region. The results showed that a higher degree of self-regulation and self-control among adolescents is associated with lesser involvement in risky sexual behaviors. Statistically significant gender differences show that boys are more likely to be involved in risky sexual behaviors than girls. It also showed statistically significant gender differences, such as boys more often engage in unprotected sexual relations. The results confirmed our hypotheses and predictions to a greater extent. The results of our research are of key importance for raising parents’ and adolescents’ awareness of risky sexual behavior.
Keywords:self-regulation, self-control, risky sexual behavior, adolescence, risky behavior


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