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Title: 敵視女性態度、強暴迷思、與強暴行為
Other Titles: Hostility Toward Women, the Rape Myth, and Rape
Authors: 黃軍義
Jiun-Yih Huang
Issue Date: Mar-2014
Publisher: 國立臺灣師範大學教育心理學系
Department of Educational Psychology, NTNU
Abstract: 本研究探討敵視女性態度影響強暴行為的機制,提出強暴迷思是敵視女性態度與強暴及多元強暴行為中介變項的假設。本研究以無記名自陳式問卷調查法蒐集資料,針對具有全國代表性的大專學生樣本進行調查,共計得到大專男生有效樣本數七百三十二位。研究結果顯示,敵視女性態度對強暴及多元強暴行為的影響須透過強暴迷思,強暴迷思是敵視女性態度及強暴與多元強暴行為的完全中介變項。研究結果支持假設。最後就研究對象及測量工具、敵視女性態度的形成、研究結果的應用、以及未來研究方向,提出討論。
This study investigates the mechanisms of how hostility toward women affects rape. It was hypothesized that the rape myth mediates the association between hostility toward women and rape. We used an anonymous self-reporting questionnaire to conduct a survey and collect data. A representative national sample of college students was selected through a random sampling procedure, and had a valid sample of 732 male college students. The results showed that hostility toward women affected rape through rape myth; in addition, rape myth fully mediated the association between hostility toward women and rape, which supported the hypothesis of this study. Finally, the research samples and measurements, formation of hostility toward women, implications of the findings, and future research directions were addressed.
Other Identifiers: 67048853-09BC-E892-062D-FD8871E389D8
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