2008 - Extra credit topic must be approved by no later then...

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Extra credit topic must be approved by no later then Nov 1st Deadline for submission is Dec 9th SEXUALITY Factors related to womens birth control use Social class- higher classes are more likely to use birth control Ethnicity – higher for european and asian women then fore latino and blacks Level of Education- a college education increases likelihood of using BC Personality- High self esteem increases use of BC Obstacles of Using BC Educators avoid discussing it Cannot obtain it so they use less reliable forms Comstock Act 1873- banned use and information of contraceptives, and banned information on contraceptives for educational puproses Discussion What are the implications of recent legislation that allows pharmacists to "opt out" of dispensing contraception to unmarried women, or the morning-after pill, or RU-486 Are the implications the same for all women Who is most likely to suffer a loss of access to legal and safe contraception/abortion under these laws people in small towns low income higher religiousity less likely to have another alternative pharmacy high irony because these women are typically criticized the most somewhat sexist- pharmacists dont have a law that they can opt from selling
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