1 class one human sexuality

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Unformatted text preview: Perspectives on Sexuality Chapter 1 Perspectives on Sexuality http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2P_VJHrv5ZM This was a final presentation created for my human sexuality class. It's a broad look at issues in human sexuality, generally defined. Oh, and defined by the professors at our choir college. HUMAN SEXUALITY [3 Units] OUR SEXUALITY (PB) Author: CROOKS ISBN: 9780495103264 Edition: 10TH 08 SCC Book Store costs/Used: $101.05 /New: $134.70 Amazon From $10 to $65 (9 th Edition is similar to 10 th ) ASSIGNMENT POINTS Exam One 100 Exam Two 100 Exam Three 100 Questionnaires 100 Term Paper 200 A Project example is the UTube clip *Class Involvement 150 Total possible points 750 Sexual Intelligence Four components of sexual intelligence Self-understanding- Psychological factors Interpersonal sexual skills Scientific knowledge - Biological factors Consideration of the cultural context of sexuality - Social conditioning factors The Psychosocial Orientation Emotions Attitudes Motivations Societies expectations Gender Roles Communication Skills Human Anatomy Public Health Sexual Taboos and Television www.museumofsex.com Define the term psychosocial as it applies to the orientation of the text and explain why the authors choose to emphasize this perspective. A combination of psychological & social factors Psychological factors 1 emotions & motivations 2 attitudes Social factors 1 our social/cultural groups expectations 2 social laws of normalcy Our Cultural Legacy Sex for Procreation Penile-vaginal intercourse Male and Female Gender Roles Attitudes, Behaviors & Culture What our parents tell us...
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This note was uploaded on 09/07/2010 for the course PSYCH 356 taught by Professor Blomberg during the Spring '10 term at CSU Sacramento.

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