Research tends to be closely associated with qualitative research methods (maynard and purvis, 1994), whilst quantitative methods are generally equated with male mainstream research design (cancian, 1992). In the chapter, we will discuss the potential use of quantitative research methods in feminist studies of gender, ethnicity and migration. much of the research on religion and sex-related attitudes includes measures of religious affiliation and saliency of religious belief (e. , religious importance and frequency of religious attendance) (adamczyk and pitt 2009 finke and adamczyk 2008 scheepers et al. There is good reason to believe that religiously active muslims and.). Measures of religion and sexual behaviors, few quantitative studies have examined differ - ences between the major religions because most research has been collected in nations that have a single dominant faith (i. Some cross-national attitudinal studies find that muslims and hindus tend to have more conservative sex-related.). A quantitative exploration of the sociocultural context of teenage pregnancy in sri lanka. The findings suggest that pre-marital sex, early marriage and pregnancy are the norm in these. Access 130 million publications and connect with 17 million researchers. Join for free and gain visibility by uploading your research. Regarding alcohol ( as an example can say alcohol addiction among high schoolers , or among women how alcohol has effected to human health drinking pattern and reasons for drinking you can.). To explore why teenage pregnancy is regarded by researchers from the usa and uk as a major social problem, a systematic review was conducted of published research on the social influences on teenage pregnancy. The main objective of the research was to explore how young women responded to finding out they were pregnant, who they talked to, who supported them, and how their behaviours were influenced by local services, including access to sex education and contraception advice. The national study of youth and religion is a research project directed by christian smith, professor in the department of sociology at the university of notre dame and lisa pearce, assistant professor of sociology at the university of north carolina at chapel hill. , began in august 2001 and is currently funded through december 2013. a teens public education should not be affected by religion because participation in religion is dependent on the individual. Religion has historically had a key role in the way society functions and the education provided to children.