This paper presents research in female first sexual intercourse in Australia. Previous research in adolescent sexual behavior, particularly issues around first sexual intercourse behavior , has mainly utilized quantitative methodology. Our research adopted a qualitative approach to provide unique insight in to adolescent sexual behavior, attitudes, and development. We used phenomenology to investigate adolescent female sexual experiences. The findings ca n inform national and international sexuality education.
Phenomenology, Sexuality Research, and Sexuality Education
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Morrissey, G., & Higgs, J. (2006). Phenomenological Research and Adolescent Female Sexuality: Discoveries and Applications . The Qualitative Report, 11(1), 161-181. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol11/iss1/9