Purpose: This study aimed to clarify the prevalence and influential factors of sexual behaviors among Chinese junior high school students using the validated measures and research methods employed in the Japanese study for the purpose of developing an effective sex education program to prevent premature sexual behaviors among Chinese junior high school students. Methods: The study sample was comprised of students from the seventh to the ninth grade of five junior high schools in Shanghai, China. The data were collected in October , using anonymous and self-administered questionnaires. Results: For the experience of kissing, there was no gender difference. For sexual intercourse, it was found that there was a gender difference, showing that the percentage of males who had ever experienced sexual intercourse was higher than that of females. According to the results of univariate analysis, significant relationships were found between the experience of ever kissing and cigarette smoking for males and alcohol drinking for both genders, showing that students with the experience of kissing were more likely to smoke and drink in the past month than those with no experience of kissing. In regard to social skills, students with the experience of kissing showed higher scores on aggressive behavior compared to those with no experience of kissing for females. In regard to stress coping skills, students with the experience of kissing showed higher scores on behavioral avoidance for males and distraction for females compared to those with no experience of kissing. In regard to psychosocial variables concerning sexual intercourse, students with the experience of kissing tended to have stronger behavioral intention about sexual intercourse while in their teen years and to have more positive attitudes toward sexual intercourse before marriage compared to those with no experience of kissing for both genders. According to the results of the multivariate analysis, male students who had drunk alcohol in the past month, had higher scores in behavioral avoidance of stress coping skills and had strong behavioral intention about sexual intercourse, and female students who had drunk alcohol in the past month, had higher scores in distraction of stress coping skills and recognized that their friends had experiences of sexual intercourse were likely to experience kissing.
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Please click HERE for more information! Sunday, October 21st pm The New Parkway. Responding to the Supreme Court's upholding of the Trump administration's "Muslim Travel Ban" this summer, the students share their thoughts and talk with community members and leaders about the impact on the Yemeni and Syrian communities in the Bay Area. The student filmmakers will dialogue with community members about their process and the impact of the travel ban on our community, and how we can stand together against islamophobia and for fair immigration policies.
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Joy Lim, a Carrollton Creekview High School graduate, shared the question on Twitter Tuesday, which she says had appeared on her sixth-grade sister's social studies quiz. The item asked which of three Chinese "norms" in the options is true. One choice mentioned cutting lips, another about corporal punishment, and the last one about eating cats and dogs. Lim's tweet has since amassed more than 13, likes. It also caught the attention of school district officials, who called the test question "inappropriate," "derogatory" and "hurtful" in a statement on Wednesday. Actions or language disrespecting any people group are not acceptable and do not represent our core belief system," the district said. As a result, three teachers involved in the test have been suspended while an investigation is ongoing. The district also vowed to enhance a new diversity training program "to create a more inclusive and respectful environment. Lim, whose family is Korean American, said she worried when her sister's social studies class at Blalack Middle School started a unit on China.
Young Chinese students learn how to protect themselves from sexual harassment in a class to publicize sex education and prevention from sexual assault at Beida Huaishu No. Photo: IC. Chinese high school students launch sex education game. Photo: IC A sex education game, created by seven Chinese high school students to help teach youths about handling sexual situations, has been downloaded more than 86, times since launching one week ago. In the game, players guide characters to make choices, such as whether a girl should sleep at a boy's home. If they choose the wrong answer, the player will be guided to a page with sex education lessons taught by students. It was produced by seven students from Shanghai High School International Division in East China's Shanghai Municipality over four months and was released on Steam, an online game platform, on February 9. Weng Anzhi, one of the developers, told the Global Times on Sunday that repeated cases of juvenile sexual assault and obscenity made his team wonder whether sexual education had been lacking, either at school or home, across China. Weng said that sex education is necessary for teenagers to learn know how to protect themselves, "and a game is the best way to attract teenagers. According to Weng, they spent more than four months developing the game.