SOC 344SEX GENDER and SEXUALITY 2 F 08

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 1/30/11 SOC 344 Part II: GENDER, LOVE and SEXUALITY
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1/30/11 Historical Changes in the Meaning of Sexuality Issues and Constraints of Heterosexuality Sexualization of Love Feminization of Love
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Click to edit Master subtitle style 1/30/11 COMMUNICATION
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1/30/11 What Is Good Communication? Non-judgmental : Developing ways of interacting that are clear, non- judgmental, and non-punitive. Emotions : Good communication conveys what we and others feel. Solutions vs. Coercion : Resolving conflicts through problem solving rather than through coercion or manipulation. John Gary on YouTube
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1/30/11 Communication Problems Not Listening : both partners may be so intent on making their point that they are simply waiting for their turn to speak rather than listening to the other person. Not Responding to the Issue at Hand : If partners are not listening to each other, they will not be able to address a problem, namely: Cross-complaining , partners present their own complaints without addressing the other person's point. Counterproposals , a spouse ignores a partner's suggestions and presents his or her own ideas. Stonewalling , which is much more common among men than women, one of the partners may "Hmmmm" or "Uh-huh," but he or she really neither hears nor responds.
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1/30/11 Scapegoating : By blaming others, we imply that our partner should change, not us. Coercion or Contempt : Partners may be punitive and force their point of view on others. If this works, coercive behavior, which is related to scapegoating, can continue. The most visible signs of contempt include
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