Thái độ, chuẩn mực cá nhân, dự định và hành vi sexting: Khảo sát trên học sinh THCS và sinh viên đại học

Trần Thành Nam, Nguyễn Thị Minh Phú


Mục đích của nghiên cứu này nhằm đánh giá thực trạng thái độ, chuẩn mực, dự định và hành vi sexting (gửi/đăng/chia sẻ tin nhắn gợi tình, phim ảnh khỏa thân, bán khỏa thân) trên học sinh trung học cơ sở và sinh viên đại học cũng như mối quan hệ giữa các biến số này. Kết quả nghiên cứu cho thấy sự khác biệt có ý nghĩa thống kê về hành vi sexting giữa nhóm sinh viên đại học và học sinh; giữa khách thể nam và nữ. Tỉ lệ sexting trong nhóm khách thể vào khoảng 15%. Đồng thời thái độ, chuẩn mực cá nhân, dự định hành vi đều dự báo hành vi sexting trong cuộc đời và thời điểm hiện tại với dự định hành vi là yếu tố dự báo mạnh nhất.


Attitudes, subjective norms, behavioral intentions, and sexting behaviors: Investigation in secondary school pupils and undergraduate students

Abstract: The purpose of this study was to assess attitudes toward sexting, subjective norms toward sexting, behavioral intentions, and sexting behaviors (i.e. sending, posting, or sharing/forwarding sexually suggestive messages, nude/semi-nude pictures/videos, or both) among secondary school pupils and undergraduate students and also to investigate the relationships among these variables. Results of this study showed statistically significant differences in sexting behaviors between students and pupils; between male and female. The prevalence estimate of participant's sexting was found to be 15%. Also, attitudes toward sexting, subjective norms toward sexting, and sexting behavioral intentions were found to predict lifetime and current sexting behaviors, with behavioral intentions as the strongest predictor sexting behaviors.

Keywords: Sexting; student; secondary school pupil; attitudes; subjective norms; behavioral intention.


Sexting; sinh viên; học sinh trung học cơ sở; thái độ; chuẩn mực cá nhân; dự định hành vi


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