EXAM II - EXAM II Study Guide Sexual orientation...

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EXAM II Study Guide Sexual orientation – Homosexual (same sex), Heterosexual (opp. Sex), Bisexual (both  sexes) Holistic view of sex and sexuality – to see sex as an extension of the whole relationship  rather than as a pure physical exchange.  HIV/AIDS:  who is infected most – transition from men to women is higher because of  anatomical reasons, African American/Hispanic woman have the highest rate of AIDS. Marriage Gradient – tendency for women to marry up with regard to age, education,  occupation, and earning potential. Man earns more than wife usually. Homogamy – Americans who tend to choose partners who are like themselves in many  ways. Ex. Of similar race, education, religious background, social class. College  graduates/non-college graduates tend to marry each other. Interracial couples – marrying other races, 1967 considered legal in all states, 6% 
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course FAD 2230 taught by Professor Byno during the Spring '08 term at FSU.

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