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Title: Attitude toward rape as a function of personality types, educational status and religion.
Authors: Olapegba, P.O.||
Olumuyiwa, O.
Issue Date: 2000
Abstract: This study examined the attitude of people toward rape as a function of some psychosocial variables (personality types, educational status and religion). Participants in the study were made up of 200 people (118 males & 82 females). Attitude Toward Rape (ATR) Scale and the Eysenck Personality Questionnaire were used for data collection. Results show that there is no significant difference in the attitude of introverts and extraverts on rape. t=-1.56. df198.,p>.05. subjects with higher educational status have significantly higher anti-rape attitude. t=3.06, df=198, p<.05. Males have higher anti-rape altitude than females, t=2.29. df=198. p<. 05.
ISSN: 1117-7314
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