Exam 1 Study Guide - Exam 1u2014Study Guide Any of the...

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Exam 1—Study Guide Any of the material we covered in class or that is in the assigned reading material for this section could appear on the exam. Be sure to thoroughly go through your lecture and reading notes. Below includes a list of many of the concepts we covered in class. Please see the additional Reading Study Guide to assist you as you prepare for the exam. (Lecture Materials) What patterns did we identify in the sex euphemism activity at the beginning of the semester? I highlighted three specific identifiable patterns found in the euphemisms—what were they? (This is the activity where we listed many phrases for “having sex” on the board and identified three different themes that were present). What did we learn from the activity at the beginning of the semester where we attempted to categorize sex conclusively? ( What did I say the point of the activity was ? Did we conclusively define sex? Why or why not?) Hint: This was the “sex”/ “not sex” activity. Social Construction—What is the definition? -What steps are involved in the process of social construction Social Control—What is the definition? -Be able to give an example of individual and institutional social control (in terms of sexuality). -What does it mean when we say that social sanctions can be positive, negative, or neutral? Freaks and Geeks clip—what did it show and how did it relate to our discussion on the social construction of kissing? What do the cross-cultural examples covered in class indicate about kissing in terms of it being an innate desire? ?

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