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Thai Views of Sexuality and Sexual Behavior

Publication Abstract

Knodel, John E., Mark VanLandingham, Chanpen Saengtienchai, and Anthony Pramualratana. "Thai Views of Sexuality and Sexual Behavior." PSC Research Report No. 96-363. 3 1996.

This study focuses on how married Thai men and women interpret sexuality and sexual behavior in the context of their own social lives. The researchers start by examining general views of male and female sexuality and then explore how these views relate to premarital, marital and extramarital heterosexual sex. The study is based on qualitative data from a variety of segments of Thai Society derived through the use of focus group discussions and individual focused in-depth interviews.

Dataset used: Focus group discussions and focused in-depth interviews as part of the project "The Influence of Primary Female Partners and Male Peers on Male Extramarital Sexual Behavior in Thailand"

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