Study Guide # 2: FALL 2008
Exam # 2 will include the following chapters from
Health the Basics
: 4, 5, 6, 10
and 14. Test items on contraception will be taken from the presentation in class done by
Sharon Rachel, MPH and from the contraception lab. Please remember that information
from the labs after the mid-term including
Relationships, Communication and Sexuality
Sexual Assault, HIV/AIDS and Contraception.
Chapter 4: Violence and Abuse: Creating Healthy Environments
Begin with the discussion on “Violence in the United States,” pp. 90-91. Review
“Societal Causes of Violence,” pp. 91-92: Know the “Societal Causes of Violence” listed
can contribute to the causes
violence in society. Also know the terms “anger,” “primary aggression” and “reactive
aggression,” on page 92. Be able to distinguish between
Under “Bias and Hate Crimes,” pp. 93-94 learn the dimensions and
characteristics of hate crimes. Be acquainted with the terms, ethnoviolence, prejudice,
and discrimination. Know the characteristics
listed at the bottom of page
Review the discussion on “Terrorism: Increased Risks from Multiple Sources,” pp.
95-96. Learn the definition of
given on page 95, and know the 5-tips given on
page 96 that you can do to help reduce the anxiety and harm related to terrorist attacks.
In “Domestic Violence,” pp. 96-97 and 100, pay special attention to “Women as
Victims.” Also, know the characteristics of the three phases of the “Cycle of Violence”
theory developed by Psychologist Lenore Walker (page 97).
Know the “Causes of Domestic Violence” discussed on page 97.
“Sexual Victimization;” pages 101-102. Here know the differences in the
meaning of the following terminology used in the discussion:
sexual assault, rape,
aggravated rape, simple rape, “Acquaintance or Date rape,
” and “
Know the definition of sexual assault and be able to give examples of sexual
assault, page 101. Know the book’s definition of “rape” on page 101
Pay particular attention to the discussion on “Sexual Violence on Campus, pp,
103-107. Under “Sexual Harassment,” pp. 103-104: Know the definition of sexual