Iranian students’ attitudes toward premarital sex, marriage, and family in different college majors

  title={Iranian students’ attitudes toward premarital sex, marriage, and family in different college majors},
  author={Saba Mokhtari and Seyed Vahid Shariat and Mehrdad Eftekhar Ardebili and Mohammadreza Shalbafan},
  journal={Journal of American College Health},
  pages={1186 - 1194}
Abstract Objective This study is performed to examine the attitudes regarding marriage, family, and premarital sex among the students of different majors. Participants: Four hundred fifty-seven students from four majors studying Medical Sciences, Arts, Humanities, and Mathematics/Engineering within the age range of 18- to 24-year old. Method: Participants were selected from different universities in Tehran using stratified nonprobability sampling method. Attitudes of our participants were… 
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