Censura y tolerancia del material sexualmente explícito: la opinión de los estudiantes universitarios de pregrado

Vílchez Román, Carlos Censura y tolerancia del material sexualmente explícito: la opinión de los estudiantes universitarios de pregrado. Information Research: an international electronic journal, 2004, vol. 9, n. 4. [Journal article (Unpaginated)]

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English abstract

Objetive: To know the undergraduate students' opinions related to the sexually explicit materials. The author used an opinion survey with a sample of 842 students from three Peruvian universities. Results: 1) Women support pornography censorship laws while men tend to support regulations oriented to protect children (p.05). 2) The hypothesis research was confirmed: there is a relationship between undergraduate students' opinions in favor of information freedom and the present exposition to sexually explicit material (p.001). 3) 28% of the surveyed students is in favor of the publications censorship, of them a higher percentage of women showed this position 33.3% vs. 23.8% (p=.002). 4) The "Censorship/Rejection" subscale showed a high reliability (a=0.7961), while the "Liberality" subscale showed a moderate level (a=0.5312).

Spanish abstract

Objetivo: Conocer las opiniones de los estudiantes universitarios con relación a la censura del material sexualmente explícito. Se utilizó una encuesta de opinión en una muestra de 842 estudiantes de tres universidades peruanas. Resultados: 1) Las mujeres apoyan las leyes que prohíben completamente la pornografía, incluso en Internet, mientras que los varones respaldan las medidas reguladoras dirigidas a proteger a los menores de edad (p0.05). 2) se confirmó la hipótesis de investigación: existe relación entre la opinión de los estudiantes universitarios, a favor de la libertad de información y su exposición actual a material sexualmente explícito (p0.001). 3) el 28% de los estudiantes encuestados está a favor de la censura de las publicaciones, de ellos, un mayor porcentaje de mujeres mostró su conformidad 33.3% vs. 23.8% (p=0.002). 4) La subescala "Censura/Rechazo" logró un alto nivel de confiabilidad (a=0.7961), mientras que en la subescala "Liberalidad" ésta fue algo más moderada (a=0.5312).

Item type: Journal article (Unpaginated)
Keywords: Censura de la pornografía, Libertad de información, Estudiantes de pregrado
Subjects: E. Publishing and legal issues. > EF. Censorship.
Depositing user: Carlos Vílchez-Román
Date deposited: 30 Jul 2007
Last modified: 02 Oct 2014 12:08
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10760/10083

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