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Name: ___ Kyleigh Breden ____________ HSC 350 Section: __ 4 __ Chapter 13 Worksheet Directions : The best use of this worksheet is as a reading guide because it asks about key information from the chapter. As you read your textbook, answer the questions below – you’ll find they are in order with the book. Please use RED FONT when typing your responses. Save and upload your document as a .doc, .docx, or .pdf – other formats cannot be opened and cannot be graded and will get a 0. In addition to your textbook, you’ll find valuable information in the video recordings and on PowerPoints. Once you have completed this worksheet, you should be well prepared for the quiz/exam. 1. How long do youth aged 8-18 spend consuming media daily? Seven hours and thirty-eight minutes 2. How much as that increased in the past 5 years? A one hour and seventeen minute increase 3. How much of that time is just television viewing? Three hours and forty-seven minutes 4. According to the Kaiser Family Foundation study, how many network primetime TV shows contained either talk about sexuality or sexual behavior? 68% of TV shows 5. Those with sexual content averaged more than _ 5 _ scenes per hour with a reference to a sexuality topic? 6. Summarize the research about heavy exposure to sexual content on TV and teen sexual activity. This content relates to teens’ initiation of intercourse or their progression to more advanced sexual activities such as making out or oral sex. 7. More than __ 750,000 _ women under age 19 become pregnant annually which is _ double _ the teenage pregnancy rate of most western industrialized countries. 8. Half of all new STD cases happen in people aged) _ 15 _- __ 24 _; making 1 out of __ 4 _ sexually active adolescent females have an STD. 9. Summarize the academic outcomes discussed in your book for teens under age 18 who have a child and for their children. They have an increased dropout rate, less likely to have postsecondary education, and their children are more likely to have to repeat grade levels, and perform worse on standardized tests. 10. What page in the text can you find the list of protective factors that protect a teen against engaging in early risky sexual behaviors? Looking at the list – what 3 did you find to be most common sense? What 3 did you find to be interesting/shocking – something that you wouldn’t have thought would influence one’s engagement in sexual behavior? Page 381. Most common sense: Live in a household where there is adequate parental supervision and monitoring Believe that there are benefits to using condoms and are motivated to use condoms or other contraceptives Are motivated to avoid pregnancy and STD’s Most shocking: Take a virginity pledge Have religious affiliation Live with two parents
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11. What page in the text can you find the list of risk factors for early engagement in risky sexual behaviors, pregnancy and STDs? ? Looking at the list – what 3 did you find to be most common sense? What 3 did you find
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