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Father influences daughters’ sexual behaviorBy 황장진
Published : June 16, 2011 - 16:12
“Girls who receive lower quality fathering tend to engage in more risky sexual behavior -- sex without a condom, having sex while drunk, multiple sexual partners and becoming pregnant before age 19 -- in adolescence,” said Bruce J. Ellis of the University of Arizona Norton School of Family and Consumer Sciences, who led the research to be published in the journal Development and Psychopathology.
Ellis said taking both genetic effects and family dynamics, the results demonstrated a cause-and-effect relationship -- different amounts of exposure to different kinds of fathers altered daughters’ sexual behavior.
“We know that poor fathering and daughters’ risky sexual behavior go together, but we haven’t known why and haven’t known how. Our study was meant to figure out that issue,” he said.
Ellis and his team developed a methodology to test for the impact of fathers on their daughters’ sexual risk-taking.
They looked at 59 pairs of sisters from families in which the parents had divorced and the father moved out and compared with 42 pairs of sisters from intact families. (From news reports)
美 연구진, “아버지의 역할이 딸의 성적 성향 좌우해”
미국의 연구진들이 아버지의 행동이 딸의 성적 행동방식을 결정하는데 지대한 영향을 미친다고 발표하였다.
아리조나 대학교 가족소비자학과 (Family and Consumer Sciences) 교수 Bruce J Mill에 따르면 아버지의 양질의 양육을 제공 받을수록 딸은 덜 탈선적으로 되고, 반대로 아버지가 폭력과 학대를 자행할 경우 옳지 못한 길로 빠져들 수 있다.
이 논문은 학술저널인 “Development and Psychopathology”에 발표될 예정이다.
“아버지의 보호를 덜 받은 딸일수록 청소년기에 피임도구를 사용하지 않거나, 술 취한 상태에서 또는 심지어 다수의 파트너와 관계를 맺는 등의 행위를 할 수 있으며, 19세 전 임신 등의 위험한 성적 행위에 빠지는 경향이 있다”고 연구진은 밝혔다.
연구진들은 이혼 가정 중, 보호자가 어머니였던 59쌍의 자매와 양부모가 모두 있는 42쌍의 자매를 비교 연구하여 이와 같은 결론을 내렸다.
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