Kasetsart University, Thailand
The purpose of this study were: 1) to study the sexual risk behaviors of undergraduate students, major of Physical Education and Health Education, Kasetsart University Kamphaengsaen Campus. 2) to study the sexual risk behaviors of undergraduate students by gender, age, year study and residence 3) to study situation factors, psychological factors and psycho-situational factors that could predict sexual risk behaviors of undergraduate students 4) to Compare the attitude towards sexual risk behavior of undergraduate students that participated in the group work activities before and after the experiment. Phase 1 study the sexual risk behaviors. The samples were 245 undergraduate students, Year 1 to 5, Academic Year 2014. Randomly selected by Stratified Random Sampling. The questionnaires with 6 rating scales were used for collecting and were subsequently by , S.D., t-test, F-test, and MRA. Phase 2 Changing attitudes towards sexual risk behaviors. Using the experimental One-group pretest-posttest design. The samples were 16 undergraduate students, Year 1, Academic Year 2015 with the lowest test scores before experiment. Randomly selected by Purposive Sampling. The attitudes questionnaire were used for collecting and were subsequently by , S.D. and t-test. The results of this study were as follows: The undergraduate students had moderate level of the sexual risk behaviors. 2. There were significant difference in sexual risk behaviors among undergraduate students who had different level of gender, age, year study and residence 3. Attitude, Influence of friends, Future orientation-self control, Self-esteem and Perception about sexuality from the media were the predictors of the sexual risk behaviors of undergraduate students with power of prediction at 74.90%. 4. The undergraduate students before and after participated in the group work activities had moderate level of the attitude towards sexual risk behaviors. 5. The mean scores of attitude after participated in the group work activities higher than the mean scores before.
Factor, sexual risk behaviors, undergraduate students