Park, Youngrye, Eun Ja Yen, & Yoon Young Hwang (in press). Subjectivity about sexual ethics among Korean undergraduate students using Q methodology. Asian Nursing Research.
(DOI: 10.1016/j.anr.2016.05.002) (Available: http://www.asian-nursingresearch.com/article/S1976-1317(16)30023-8/pdf)
Abstract: Most undergraduate students are in the phase of gaining mental and physical autonomy from their parents as they expand their worlds in college. The ways that sexual ethics are established during this time may have an important influence on healthy lifestyles and the maintenance of social order. This study aims to determine a typology of undergraduate students’ sexual ethics and the characteristics that compose the types.
Yoon Young Hwang <firstname.lastname@example.org> is in Seoul Women’s College of Nursing, Seoul, South Korea.
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Author of Political Subjectivity (Yale University Press 1980), founding editor of Operant Subjectivity (1977), organizer of first Q conference (1985) and founding member of the International Society for the Scientific Study of Subjectivity (1989), founder and moderator of Q-Method electronic discussion list (1991), and laureate of ISSSS's William Stephenson Award (2010). Also past editor of Policy Sciences, co-founder of the International Society of Political Psychology and the Society of Policy Scientists, list manager of PolicySciencesSociety, executive director of ISPP, laureate of ISPP's Harold Lasswell Award (2009) for lifetime scientific contributions, and Kappa Tau Alpha award (2001) for contributions to journalism and mass communication.
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