Existence of cultural chauvinism practice of sexual

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Existence of cultural chauvinismPractice of sexual relativismDifferent sexual normsPresence of sexual chauvinismPolygamous relations
Multiple Choice Question Blooms: UnderstandDifficulty: HardHeading: Sexual Norms and Sexual SocializationTopic: Sexual Cultures and Norms57. The tendency of judging another groups behavior to be inferior when compared against the standards of the group one belongs to is referred to as:
Multiple Choice Question Blooms: RememberDifficulty: EasyHeading: Sexual Norms and Sexual SocializationTopic: Sexual Cultures and Norms58. Which of the following is an example of an instance of cultural chauvinism?
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Heading: Sexual Norms and Sexual SocializationTopic: Sexual Cultures and Norms59. The belief that one's sexual culture is superior to others is specifically referred to as:
Multiple Choice Question Blooms: RememberDifficulty: EasyHeading: Sexual Norms and Sexual SocializationTopic: Sexual Cultures and Norms60. Which of the following is a practice that one should adhere to so as to avoid being disrespectful toward other sexual cultures?One should engage in the sexual norms or practices of other sexual cultures.One should not disagree with any aspects of the other sexual cultures.One should adapt their own personal sexual style and beliefs to situations where others are very different.One should assume a person has certain sexual norms if they belong to a specific ethnic group.One should know everything there is about different sexual cultures throughout the world.
Multiple Choice Question Blooms: UnderstandDifficulty: MediumHeading: Sexual Norms and Sexual SocializationTopic: Sexual Cultures and Norms61. In sexually approving cultures, young people are most likely to learn about sexuality:
Multiple Choice Question Blooms: UnderstandDifficulty: MediumHeading: Sex-Approving and Sex-Disapproving CulturesTopic: Sexual Cultures and Norms62. In the context of sexual socializing, one striking difference between sexually approving cultures and sexually disapproving cultures is that in the latter:

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