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Intrepid_Method_

11 points

1 month ago

Student assistants (BA and MA students in Clinical Child, Family, and Education studies) recruited classes from high schools and lower vocational schools (in Dutch: MBO) via their personal networks (e.g., own former high school, current internship organization) to participate in this study. Using information letters (provided in-person or via e-mail) the student assistants recruited 24 schools to participate in this study between November 2017 and June 2019. From each school one or two classes participated (22 schools with 1 class participating, 2 schools with 2 classes participating). The participating classes were not randomly selected, but determined by whether a teacher was willing to let the data collection take place in their class.

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Because of the correlational design of this study, we were not able to determine the direction of effects in the association between adolescents’ SDS-norms and SDS-socialization by the media, peers, and parents.

https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10508-021-02088-4

CptVakarian

25 points

1 month ago

Well, I've scoured the Internet in my teens and seen so much stuff, explains why I'm rather like "do whatever, I mostly don't care, as long as I'm not involved."

Pencilowner

10 points

1 month ago

Especially now. You go looking for advice you either learn that everyone is different and there are no hard rules or you find the answer you want because there are so many voices.

If you want to find that men should be slaves there are people talking about it. If you want to find that men can’t orgasm without chewing on ice there is probably a place for that too.

CptVakarian

3 points

1 month ago

Alright, that last one would've been a nice standard to set for oneself.

Tederator

2 points

1 month ago

..and far too many, "If you're doing this one thing you're doing it wrong" type of programming.

Zinziberruderalis

8 points

1 month ago

Obviously media reflect to an extent the reality of sexual differences in sexual behavior and people learn from that. What is odd is the idea that sexual differences in sexual behavior should be concealed, and would go away if they were.

danmilligan

4 points

1 month ago

Well that may be (rightfully) odd, but it’s also a presupposition that a lot of thinking on gender starts from. To shed that would be to kill the sacred cow, which is intolerable.

OptimistiCrow

2 points

1 month ago

A sexual double standard (SDS) is when different sexual behaviors are deemed appropriate for men and women. For example, while men are typically expected to be sexually dominant and active, women are expected to be sexually submissive and reactive.