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Unformatted text preview: TESTS- JULY 16 JULY 25 AUGUST 8 SYLLABUS- www.ufl.edu elearning Clete Rooney- email@example.com FIRST TEST- July 16 Lecture material Chapter 2, 4, 5, 10 Haviland De Waal Sexuality- Set of behaviors Ideas, laws, customs, fantasies, and art surrounding sex act Wider social, cultural, psychological environments in which sexual acts are enacted Sexuality is cultural and biological Sexuality learned in fragments 45% from peers 29% from television 7% from parents 3% from sex education Two most powerful drives according to Freud Libido- sexual driving force Thanatos- aggressive driving force First divisions to personality- Conscious- everything that we are currently aware of Preconscious- information you might not be aware of but you can still recall Subconscious- most important, the things we have no control over (conflicts, anxiety, partners) Second divisions to personality- Id- the collection of unconscious urges and desires that continually seek expression Ego- the mediator between the Id and the Superego, making sure we aren't too rash with our unconscious actions and not too concerned with our conscious actions (reality) Superego- social and parental standards that cause rationality and conscience (guilt) HISTORY OF SEXUALITY STUDIES Anthropology wasn't originally focused on sexuality More focus on their reproductive and pleasure aspects Doctors were initially the main researchers of sexuality Iwan Bloch, a German doctor, was the founder of "sexology" "a system of biological, social, cultural, and psychological attributesassociated with but not necessarily resulting in reproduction" -Anthropologist Suzanne Frayser 16th century Europe focused on medical aspects of sexuality, especially reproduction and diseases ANTHROPOLOGY- study of human diversity and variability Franz Boas founded the first anthropology program in the United States Four-field approach Cultural Anthropology Linguistics Biological anthropology Archaeology Boas advocated the idea of cultural relativism , the idea that cultures must be looked at on their own terms KEY FIGURES OF EARLY SEXUALITY STUDIES: Iwan Bloch, The Sexual Life of Our Time , 1908 Richard von Krafft-Ebing, Sexual Pathology , 1886 Magnus Hirschfeld, Journal of Sexual Science , 1908 coined the term "transvestite" Bronislaw Malinowski, Sexual Life of Savages...
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