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FINAL REVIEW FORMAT OF THE FINAL EXAM (worth 60 points) Answer all 12 multiple choice questions  Answer 8 (out of 10) essay questions  PGS. 270 – 272.8 Birth Control has a Long History 1. Historically a. “birth control” accomplished through  ____________________________________________ b. Intended function of sex: _______________________ c. Most condoms were made from __________________ d. 1960s – oral contraceptives  ___________________________________________ 2.  ______________led the campaign to legalize  contraception a. “Comstock Laws” b. ____________________ (Read Box on 19.1) i. _______________________________________ 3. _______________ has not yet solved the problem of  ________________ 1
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a. Half unwanted pregnancies in the US result from  ______________________________, but the other  half results from ______________________________ PGS. 305.2-308 Americans Are Divided on Abortion, but Most Favor   Restricted Availability  1) In 1973 the Supreme Court ruled in the case of  Roe vs Wade  that  states_______________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ 2) The abortion debate is often portrayed as being divided  between two opposing camps, however people often find  their beliefs fall in-between the two extremes . a) “pro-life” 2
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b)  “pro-choice” c) Americans generally agree that a woman should have  access to an abortion under___________________                                         3) The Abortion Debate Focused on Specific Issues a) Because the majority of Americans tend to be more  moderate in their views towards abortion much of the  “pro-choice” vs . “pro-life” debate revolves  around___________________.   i) Should there be conditions such as a  mandatory_________________________? ii) Should there be a ban on_______________________? iii) More examples (see pg s. 306-307) 4) The Availability of Abortion Varies by Location  a) While women that live in _____________  _______________may have easy access to abortion  providers, those in ___________________ areas, or in the  ________________are less likely to have access . i) _______________________     lives in counties without any  abortion provider . 3
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ii) Most people “pro-choice” and  “pro-life” agree that  _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ CHAPTER 17 – Sex as a Commodity  Can Money buy you Love? 1. Prostitution –  ____________________________________ 2. Historically prostitution viewed as a  ___________________ a. b. Only way in which  ____________________________________________ c. Development of __________________________ 3. Prostitution is on the decline  4
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a. High proportion of _______________________  prostitutes in some cities  b. ____________everywhere in U.S., except  _______________________________________ There is a Hierarchy of Prostitution
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