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A Study on Sexual Behavior, and Correlation between Knowledge of Contraception and Attitude of Contraception among University Students Hur, Myung Haeng1)․Ahn, Hye Young1)․Kwak, Eun Ah2) Kim, Kyung Mi2)․Park, Ji Young2)․Lee, Jea Ill Ra2) 1) Associate Professor, School of Nursing, Eulji University 2) School of Nursing, Eulji University Purpose: The purpose of this study was to describe sexual behavior and understand the correlation between knowledge and attitude of contraception and provide preliminary data to develop a sex education program. Method: The subjects of this study were 400 university students. Data was collected from November 14 to 20,2005 by using structured questionnaires. Result: The percent of subjects that experienced sexual intercourse was 32%. The respondents' score of knowledge of contraception was a mean score of 15.33 on a scale of 20 and there were significant differences in major departments, existence or nonexistence of sexual intercourse and sexual knowledge. The respondents' score of attitude of contraception was a mean score of 40.98 on a scale of 60 and there were significant differences in sex. There was no significant correlation between knowledge and attitude of contraception. Conclusion: A sex education program that uses practical knowledge and attitude of contraception to prevent conception should be developed rather than the present sex education that only attaches schoolbook knowledge.


A Study on Sexual Behavior, and Correlation between Knowledge of Contraception and Attitude of Contraception among University Students Hur, Myung Haeng1)․Ahn, Hye Young1)․Kwak, Eun Ah2) Kim, Kyung Mi2)․Park, Ji Young2)․Lee, Jea Ill Ra2) 1) Associate Professor, School of Nursing, Eulji University 2) School of Nursing, Eulji University Purpose: The purpose of this study was to describe sexual behavior and understand the correlation between knowledge and attitude of contraception and provide preliminary data to develop a sex education program. Method: The subjects of this study were 400 university students. Data was collected from November 14 to 20,2005 by using structured questionnaires. Result: The percent of subjects that experienced sexual intercourse was 32%. The respondents' score of knowledge of contraception was a mean score of 15.33 on a scale of 20 and there were significant differences in major departments, existence or nonexistence of sexual intercourse and sexual knowledge. The respondents' score of attitude of contraception was a mean score of 40.98 on a scale of 60 and there were significant differences in sex. There was no significant correlation between knowledge and attitude of contraception. Conclusion: A sex education program that uses practical knowledge and attitude of contraception to prevent conception should be developed rather than the present sex education that only attaches schoolbook knowledge.