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social context of premarital sexual permissiveness.
Ira Leonard Reiss
by Holt, Rinehart & Winston
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||256|
Acknowledgments. The authors thank the editor and reviewers for their useful comments and suggestions. This research uses data from the Taiwan Youth Project, and waves, funded by the National Science Council in Taiwan (H Cited by: 1. Sprecher, S., & Hatfield, E. (). Premarital sexual standards among U.S. college students: Comparison with Russian and Japanese students. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 25(3), The article has been substantially shortened, but no data have been changed. Use this as a running head: Culture and permissiveness.
The development of sexual agency is influenced by the social context in which it occurs, including the race, ethnicity, and social class of the individual. Cultural and Social Differences in Adolescent Sexuality. Sexual trajectories through adolescence differ substantially by race, ethnicity, and social class. Centers for Disease Control. (). Sexual behavior among high school students—United States, Morbidity Mortality Weekly Rep. – Google Scholar.
Only Reiss' book, Social Context o f Premarital Permissiveness (), deals with post dtata, and that is limited to sampling done in the early 's. Evidence of changes from decade to decade in these pre studies would imply that data gathered 10 years ago. SEXUAL BEHAVIOR, SOCIAL CONTROL OF••• The twentieth century witnessed an explosion of knowledge about the physiology, psychology, and sociology of human sexuality, thanks to the revolution in public acceptability of discourse about sexual conduct and the freeing of scholarly interest that followed the trailblazing works published in the late Victorian era by Richard von Krafft–Ebing.
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Reiss. Ira Leonard Reiss (born ) is a sociologist with primary interests in studying the way society impacts our sexual attitudes and behaviors and how people respond to those pressures. He also has interests in the study of gender and family, particularly as they relate to sexuality. He attended Syracuse University for his B.S.
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The social context of premarital sexual permissiveness. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston. MLA Citation. Reiss, Ira L. The social context of premarital sexual permissiveness [by] Ira L. Reiss Holt, Rinehart and Winston New York Australian/Harvard Citation. The Social Context of Premarital Sexual Permissiveness.
Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Premarital Sexual Standards in America. The Free Press, Monographs. A Guide For Researching Heterosexual Relationships. Co-authored with Robert Walsh, Mary Zey-Ferrell, William Tolone, and Ollie Pocs.
Technical Report #4. The first proposition of Reiss's theory of the social context of premarital sexual permissiveness was tested in this study. According to this proposition, a stronger relationship would exist between religiosity and permissiveness in conservative (restrictive tradition) than in liberal (permissive tradition) groups.
The model of premarital permissiveness presented in this paper reveals that social class, as measured by family income, has no significant effect on levels of permissiveness.
premarital intercourse is acceptable for both sexes if it occurs in the context of a stable relationship that involves love, commitment, or being engaged Permissiveness without affection premarital intercourse is permissible for both sexes, regardless of emotional commitment, simply on the basis of physical attraction.
Although research on sexual permissiveness is primarily limited to studies on how SPA may impact premarital sexual relations (Askun & Ataca, ; Ojedokun & Balogun, ), DuBois, Faley, and. Chap pp. in: Ira L. Reiss, The Social Context of Premarital Sexual Permissiveness. Holt, Rinehart & Winston.
Simple Instructions for Use of Reiss Premarital Sexual Permissiveness Scales, Appendix E, pp. in Ira L. Reiss, The Social Context of Premarital Sexual Permissiveness, Holt, Rinehart and Winston.
Clarifies and extends extant theory in the area of heterosexual permissiveness, with particular emphasis on premarital permissiveness. Based in part on Reiss's The social context of premarital sexual permissiveness ().
promotion of premarital coitus (affords opportunity), while the social context of adult institutions or "social forces" such as religion viewed premarital sex as deviance.
Premarital sexual permissiveness has been greatly influenced by the two basic social aggregate characteristics of race. - The Social Context of Premarital Sexual Permissiveness.
Holt, Rinehart and Winston, - Premartial Sexual Standards in America. The Free Press, Monographs: A Guide for Researching Heterosexual Relationships. Co-authored with Robert Walsh, Mary Zey-Ferrell, William Tolone, and Ollie Pocs. Technical Report #4. Minneapolis: University ofFile Size: KB.
Although it is difficult to make definitive statements about the magnitude of change in premarital sexual behavior in the U.S. population, it appears that both the prevalence of premarital sex and the number of premarital sexual partners have increased over time, while the age at which the first premarital sexual activity occurs has decreased.The student sample was carried out in and the national sample was fielded by NORC in and is discussed below.
These data are the basis of my book, The Social Context of Premarital Sexual Permissiveness. The scales developed to measure premarital sexual.
The value of existing literature on premarital sexual behavior is limited by both methodological problems in and the descriptive orientation of most past research in this area.
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