Sexual Intercourse Amongst Mozambican Adults: Reversal Theory Based Inventory of Motives View Full Text


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2018-09-26

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Germano Vera Cruz, Amélie Humeau

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The aim of this study was to inventory the reasons why people have sex in a Southern African population (Mozambican sample) using the Apter’s metamotivational theory (also called reversal theory) as framework. Data were collected using a locally developed inventory/questionnaire of sexual motives (89 items). A total of 530 Mozambican adults, aged 18–48 years, participated in the study, completing the questionnaire. To indentify the participants’ main motives for having sex, factorial analyses were carried out on the raw data; to indentify sex differences, t test analyses comparing the male and the female participants’ scores were conducted; and, to determine the associations between the motives found and the participants’ demographic characteristics, correlations analyses were performed. As results of these statistical analyses, seven separable sexual motives were extracted: to have pleasure, to reinforce the relationship, to satisfy one’s sexual partner, desire for appreciation, to boost one’s self-esteem, dominance desire, and constraint/submission. Significant sex differences were found concerning the dominance and constraint/submission motives. Overall, the main findings of the study are that, among Mozambican adults, motives for having sex are associated with psychological aspects of intimate relationships that are common to most men and women in most cultures, namely to reinforce the partners’ affection for each other and to boost the partners’ physical/psychological well-being and satisfaction through a pleasurable activity. More... »

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