Storying Undergraduate University Students Identity Construction in Relation to Sexual Behaviours

Lawrence Nyika, Anne Murray-Orr


Narrative research methodology was used to inquire into the experiences of four undergraduate students from a small Canadian university in relation to sexual behaviours.  The purpose was to investigate how students perceived construction of their identities in relation to sexual behaviours.  Participants’ stories of experiences showed that learning opportunities and un(certainties) in their pasts shaped their unfolding sexual identities.  This paper examines the different ways these factors influenced the participants’ construction of their identities. 



Pedagogical; Psychological

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