ELIZABETH NDUNGU DATA COLLECTION ASSIGNMENT 02.19.2009 SEXUAL MORALITYSEXUAL MORALITY
Is sexual morality really a social problem
The document that follows contains data collected from twenty people in regards to sexual morality.
Is defined as morality with respect to sexual relations
The traditional stand on sexual morality is that sex should only be between a man and woman of legal age, within the confines of marriage with the expectation that they will be monogamous during their marriage.
I believe this is the reason society views the following issues as social problems.
Same sex marriage
I asked myself if most people believe in the traditional idea of sexual morality.
To answer that question I formulated a questionnaire that contained five questions in relation to those social problems and the following report contains my findings.
Please not that any respondents that chose not sure, did not give an explanation for their answer unless otherwise noted.
The data assists in assessing modern sexual morality.
The data was collected via a 5 question survey, handed out to twenty different people of different culture, religion, race and age. Their common element was the hospitality industry which in essence did not influence their opinion of the questions asked.
60% of the assessed individuals preferred to be asked the questions instead of filling out the form, therefore the answers were instant, and this made it easier for them to expound on their opinions as I took short notes on the survey form
40% preferred written answers and handed in their surveys in as fast as 5 minutes.
I would like to thank the individuals that participated in my survey.
PRE MARITAL SEX
First question was...