Effectiveness of Structured Teaching Program on Knowledge Regarding Sexual Behaviour among Male Students at Selected Degree College in TumkurThe research work undertook was “Effectiveness of Structured Teaching Program on Knowledge Regarding Sexual Behavi

Authors

  • Praveen George Joseph
  • Milly Thomas
  • S. Anand

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijpn.v7i1.13964

Keywords:

Structured teaching programme; knowledge; Sexual behaviour; Degree College Students.

Abstract

The research work undertook was “Effectiveness of Structured Teaching Program on Knowledge
Regarding Sexual Behaviour among Male Students at Selected Degree College in Tumkur.” The
objectives of the study were to assess the pre-test knowledge score regarding sexual behaviour among male
students at selected Degree College in Tumkur , To assess the post-test knowledge score regarding sexual
behaviour among male students at selected Degree College in Tumkur, To evaluate the effectiveness of
structured teaching programme by comparing the pre-test and post-test knowledge score regarding sexual
behaviour among male students at selected Degree College in Tumkur, To determine the association between
the pre-test level of knowledge with selected socio-demographic variables among male students at selected
degree college in Tumkur.
H1- There will be significant difference between pre-test knowledge score and post-test knowledge score on
sexual behaviour among male students at Degree College in Tumkur.
H2 - There will be significant association between knowledge and selected socio-demographic variables
among male students at Degree College in Tumkur.
Quantitative research approach was used in the study. One group pre-test post-test pre experimental design
and convenient sampling was used.60 students were selected as samples. Permission from the concerned
authority .Consent was obtained from the respective samples, good interpersonal relationship maintained
with the samples. Data regarding socio demographic variables and knowledge on sexual behaviour was
collected. Followed with a structured teaching program on sexual behaviour and methods to prevent sexual
transmitted diseases and a post test was done after one week. There was a significant difference between
pre-test knowledge score and post-test knowledge score on sexual behaviour among male students at Degree
College in Tumkur.
The study also reveals that, there was significant association between knowledge with age, residential area,
education of mother and previous sex education class among selected degree college students at Tumkur.

Author Biographies

Praveen George Joseph

Lecturer Mental Health Nursing Department, Bishop Benziger College of Nursing, Kollam

Milly Thomas

Registered Nurse,Stepping Hill Hospital NHS, U.K.,

S. Anand

Professor, Bishop Benziger college of Nursing, Kollam

Published

2021-02-03