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socy notes 1 - SOC 321 Chapter 2 Property Rights Rights...

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SOC 321 9/3/08 Chapter 2: Property Rights: - Rights within a marriage according to the state - To own property there is a relationship with the item - There is a relationship that is recognized and enforced by society - The owner of the item decides who uses that item Sexual Property: - Access to a sexual relationship and a right to have sex in a marriage - The right to not have sex with other people with permission and vise versa - You have the right to sex with your partner within a marriage - A marriage needs to be consummated to be considered a marriage - The state says sex = marriage - Exclusive sexual rights in the U.S. vs. non-exclusive (swingers) - Bilateral vs. unilateral (two sided sexual rights vs. one sided—usually men) - Spousal waiver allowed to have sex with someone else vs. not allowed - Degree of communication is needed to make decisions sexually - Sexual right to our own body however in marriage our body belongs to our spouse and vise versa -
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