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Chapter 5 sociol. 2505

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 11/4/10 Chapter 5 Sexualities SOCL 2505 – 1 September 28, 2010
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11/4/10 Historically By late 19th and early 20th centuries, two major categories developed Heterosexual Homosexual
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11/4/10 Sexual Identities Sexual identity : a set of sexual practices and attitudes that lead to the formation in a person’s mind of an identity as heterosexual, homosexual, or bisexual Helps us define who we are
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11/4/10 The Emergence of Sexual Identities Sexual Acts versus Sexual Identities Only two categories of sexual activities existed: Those socially approved Those socially disapproved Concept requires self-consciousness and self-examination
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11/4/10 The Emergence of Sexual Identities The Emergence of Heterosexuality and Homosexuality Public campaign against homosexuality Medical literature Model dominant until 1973
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11/4/10 Determinants of Sexual Identities l The Social Constructionist Perspective Social constructionist perspective (on sexuality): maintains sexual identities are entirely socially created l Point to cultural and historical variations and
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