Rev2-F09 Draft1 - Draft 140 Exam 2 Rev Sheet 7:06 a12/p12 HUMANSEXUALITY: EXAM FORMAT same as exam 1 MATERIAL TO BE COVERED read books/articles

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Draft 140 Exam 2 Rev Sheet 12/25/2009 7:06 a12/p12 HUMAN SEXUALITY: EXAM 2 STUDY SHEET F09  Draft 1 EXAM FORMAT : same as exam 1 MATERIAL TO BE COVERED : read books/articles mainly for key themes except as instructed in class & below; there’s a lot of material in the book; most will not be on the exam. Use this guide to help you sift through the readings. Class material, as always, is very important. th Edition] : Review pp.18-19,24-] , Ch.20, Ch9 [p.239-end], Ch10 [256-70], Ch11 (298-302), Ch12 (314-327), Ch13, Ch.5 (p.108-11), 6 (p.120-131), 7, Ch.19 (494-end), Ch.20 (525-528). Course Reader : Readings 3, 5, 8, 9, 10,11, 24 . Focus on article’s key points & general themes and how the article relates Focus on class lectures, discussions, films/videos, speakers. Exception: Contraception Chapter!! GUIDE TO KEY TOPICS AND CONCEPTS : Major Theme: Human Social and Cultural Control over Sexuality: Mate Selection and Reproduction. Variations in Cultural Models & Ethnotheories of Sex, Marriage, Family, Human Development. Frameworks for Understanding: Reproduction and Social Reproduction Starred *= material comes primarily or solely from lectures *Evolutionary Approaches :. Focus primarily on class notes and on basic themes. Use text only to clarify. Use class notes as primary source. General definition & alternative approaches: naked ape vs. unique primate; parental investment theory and alternative reproductive strategies; applications to male vs. female strategies and mate choice. Primates: 3 key categories of primates. Focus on: Primate-wide characteristics. Comparisons with human primates: Parallels; Contrasts (anatomy, sexual behavior, mate selection processes, criteria for mates. Terms: Estrus, sexual dimorphism, multi-mate vs. long term pair-bonding. Primary social unit: matrifocal unit. *Human Mate Selection: Your criteria vs. family-societal criteria. Individual, personal criteria vs. social criteria (e.g. social group membership, socioeconomic status). Cultural notions of attractive. Cultural Variability in rules of mate selection. Ethnographic examples. Types of genital alterations. *Social control over sexuality, mating [who & how], and reproduction.
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Rev2-F09 Draft1 - Draft 140 Exam 2 Rev Sheet 7:06 a12/p12 HUMANSEXUALITY: EXAM FORMAT same as exam 1 MATERIAL TO BE COVERED read books/articles

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