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Perceptions and attitude towards homosexuality among the college students in India

Author Affiliations

  • 1VIT University, Chennai, India
  • 2VIT University, Chennai, India
  • 3VIT University, Chennai, India

Int. Res. J. Social Sci., Volume 8, Issue (3), Pages 40-43, July,14 (2019)

Abstract

Perception and attitude determines our way of life and behaviour. Attitudes towards homosexuality are influenced by several factors: religion, media, family, peers, gender and contact with homosexual individuals. The present study aims to assess the perception and attitude towards homosexuality and homosexual individual among the college students in India.

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