HS Study Guide T 1 Summer - HS 4321 Study Guide for Exam#1 Items include but are not limited to Recognize ethnocentric heterocentric androcentric

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HS 4321 Study Guide for Exam #1 Items include, but are not limited to: Recognize ethnocentric, heterocentric, androcentric; different types of normality o Types of normality- Subjective, statistical, idealistic, cultural. o Ethnocentric- look at the world from one perspective. o Heterocentric- assumption that everyone is heterocentric o Androcentric- emphasis on male point of view, female neglected. Sociobiological theory of male and female behavior Media influence on attitudes toward sexuality o Three c’s: commitment, contraception, consequences o Cultivation theory-TV changes attitudes, behaviors, ideals, expectations, & view of reality Defining characteristics of time periods throughout history o 1677- first sperm seen under microscope o 1876- vulcanized rubber condom shown at worlds fair in philadelphia o 1940- penicillin available o 1982- first case of HIV/AIDS recognized by the CDC Sex education in the US – GW Bush era. o AOE- abstinence only era. Sex outside of marriage was physically n psychologically harmful o CSE- comprehensive sex education. Teaches benefits of absitence. Communication and decision making skills. Increasing use of contraception, delaying onset of sexual activity
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