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Welcome to the FINAL REVIEW The FINAL: Is two hours Usually has equal weight on all parts of the class Major issues not covered on the midterm are likely candidates for final questions Is not much more difficult than the midterms except that there are more questions – answer 8 out of 10 essay questions and 12 multiple choice questions This Review: Covers only material from weeks 8-11 DO NOT NEED TO KNOW Chp 3 Chp 18 Chp 9 Pregnancy portion of Chp. 12 *How to use a condom could be on there Readings include Chapters 10, 14 (skip 419-426), and 20; also, pages 199-204, 216-219, 222-232, 300-302, 347-353, and… Chapter 10: Sexual Orientations Homosexuality o Indiv. Whose primary erotic, psch, emotional & social interest is toward a member of the same sex, even though it may (not) be overtly expressed Continuum of Sexual Orientation o Kinsey’s 7 Point Scale pg. 269 KNOW THIS!! 0 exclusively hetero, 6 exclusively homo Males usu. 0 or 6; women usu. 2-5. o Bisexuality Pgs. 270-271 Development of Sexual Orientation o Psychosocial Theories pgs 271-272 o Biological theories pgs 272-276 Brain Differences Genetics Prenatal Influences—box on pgs 273-274 Gender Nonconformity
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-homosexual adults more likely to experience gender nonconformity as children Societal Attitudes o Judeo-Christian Views pg. 277 1.) Rejecting—punitive 2.) Rejecting—non punitive 3.) Qualified Acceptance 4.) Full Acceptance (Our Favorite) o Homophobia = irrational fears of homosexuality in others, oneself, or self loathing towards one’s own sexuality Stems from ignorance Education See pgs 280-283 about hate crimes o Homosexuality and the Media Pgs 283-284 Lifestyles o o Coming Out Self-Acknowledgement Self-Acceptance Disclosure Telling the Family Involvement in the Gay Community o Relationships Pg 291 Homo rel. may be more flexible than hetero (less GR stereotypes) Gay men tend to have more Pxs than lesbians Lesbians tend to be closer before 1 st sexual act Pages 300-302: Perspective on Contraception In the Past o Ancient Greece, Egypt; 17 th century Europe, etc. o Comstock Laws—contraception info=obscene o Margaret Sanger—educate & provide women w/BC & AB (see lecture notes) o Griswold v. Connecticut —married Ps can use BC o Eisenstadt v . Baird —single Ps can too Now o 93% of women in US use contraception
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o Physical health of mother Giving birth can be dangerous o Ps concerned w/ population growth (lecture notes) o GRs and culture affect BC usage Pgs. 347-353: Abortion Illegal Abortion o Unsafe Abs kill 80,000 women/year in the world Shared Responsibility o AB is a hard decision; Px can help
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2008 for the course SOC 152A taught by Professor Baldwin during the Spring '08 term at UCSB.

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