This study analyzed the sexual attitudes and behaviors of 211 unmarried, traditionally-aged undergraduate males at a small, private, Christian, liberal arts institution in western Pennsylvania. As hypothesized, data were largely consistent with millennial theorists’ projections about current students’ decline in sexual activity in comparison to data from the past. The results of this project also confirm the relevance of the Social Norms Theory to the study of sexual behavior (Berkowitz, 2003). Descriptive data and definitions of sex, virginity, and abstinence are also discussed. This research suggests that student development professionals should invest in education and programming that provides accurate statistics about sexual behaviors.
York, Travis T.
"Millennial Sex Habits: The Sexual Attitudes and Behaviors of Unmarried Undergraduate Males at a Small, Private, Christian Institution,"
Growth: The Journal of the Association for Christians in Student Development: Vol. 9:
9, Article 2.
Available at: https://pillars.taylor.edu/acsd_growth/vol9/iss9/2
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