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篇名 不同性傾向大學生網路交友行為探討:以北部大學生網路族群為例
並列篇名 An Investigation of Online Dating Behavior among College Students of Different Sexual Orientations: An Example from College Internet Users in Northern Taiwan
作者 鄭其嘉(Chi-Chia J. Cheng) 、陳漢鈞(Han-Chun Chan)
中文摘要 本研究旨在瞭解大學生網路族群中,不同性別之性傾向學生網路交友行為之差異。透過大學生常使用的大學網路平台蒐集方便樣本,為蒐集足夠非異性戀樣本,特別到相關的平台或版區去蒐集。最後共有256人進入分析。問卷題目包括背景資料及網路交友行為,例如,與網友見面、發生性行為等。以三維列聯卡方獨立性檢定,檢定不同性別、性傾向學生網路交友行為差異,男性區分為異性戀、同性戀與雙性戀等三群,女性區分為異性戀與非異性戀等兩群,進行分析。男性受訪者中,除「虛擬性愛」及「是否想過與網友發展情侶關係」外,不同性傾向者在各項網路交友行為的作答情形均存在顯著差異,其中,除保險套使用是男同性戀最低外,其餘皆是男同性戀最高、男雙性戀次之、男異性戀最低。女性受訪者中,異性戀者在「曾被網友邀約性行為」及「曾與網友發生虛擬性愛」部分,均顯著高於非異性戀者。「是否想過與網友發展情侶關係」各性別之性傾向間皆未達顯著差異。性別可能影響不同性傾向大學生的網路交友行為,網路交友及網路性活動以男同性戀者最為活躍,女非異性戀者最不活躍,男同性戀網路交友性健康風險高。尋找穩定情感是各性傾向間的共同需求。研究中討論研究限制、未來研究以及性健康教育介入策略。
英文摘要 The purpose of this study was to investigate online dating behaviors among college students of different sexual orientations. Online data were collected from social network sites of different colleges. LGB-related forums were also visited to disseminate a questionnaire for a large enough LGB sample, 256 college students in total for the analyses. The Questionnaire included background information and online dating behaviors, such as “Did you meet with internet friends in person?,” “Did you ask some internet friends for sexual encounters?” etc. Three-way Cross Table Chi- Squared Test of Independence was applied to test online dating behavior differences among heterosexual, homosexual, and bisexual males, as well as differences among heterosexual and non-heterosexual females. The results indicated that, among different sexual orientations of the male sample, all online dating behaviors were statistically significant, except for “Cyber sex” and “Did you think about developing long term relationship with hookups?” Among them, except for “Did you wear condoms when having sex with internet friends?,” homosexual men had the highest rate, heterosexual had the lowest, and bisexual were in between. More than 90 percent of gay men met with internet friends in person (94%) or had been asked for sexual encounters by them (91%). The values of bisexual and heterosexual men were 88% & 82%, and 70% & 25%, respectively. Some 73 percent of gay men had sex with internet friends, while approximately 29% of heterosexual men and 58% of bisexual men did. However, only 45% gay men wore condoms, while approximately 72% of heterosexual and bisexual men did. Among female sample, only two variables were statistically significant: 60% of heterosexual women were asked for sexual encounters by internet friends, compared with one third of non-heterosexual women. Almost half of heterosexual women had “Cyber sex” with internet friends, compared with 20% of non-heterosexual women. As for “Did you think about developing long term relationship with hookups?,” there was no significant difference among sexual orientations of male and female samples. Homosexual men were the most active in online dating and sexual activities; the non-heterosexual women were least active. However, homosexual men also had the highest sexual health risk. A need for stable relationship seems universal among all sexual orientations. Research limitations, suggestions of future research and sexuality education interventions were discussed.
頁次 051-074
關鍵詞 性行為 性傾向 約砲 保險套 網路交友 sexual behavior sexual orientation hookup condom use online dating
卷期 27:1
日期 202105
刊名 台灣性學學刊
出版單位 臺灣性教育協會
DOI 10.3966/160857872021052701003