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Question 2 0. Question : According to Maticka-Tyndall (1992), personal methods of protection from AIDS are gendered in which of the following ways? Student Answer: Men have more ‘friendship’ sex than women Men are more likely to trust their own ability to judge a partner by their reputation The idea that women trust their partners to disclose information about their previous ‘risky behaviors,’ while men trust that there would be nothing for their partners to disclose Women are more likely than men to judge their partner’s health by their appearance
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behaviors, Jessica Fields research on students’ classroom interactions indicates that:
Points Received: 1 of 1 Comments: Question 2 2. Question : According to the conservative view of sex education in Fields’ “Knowing Girls: Gender and Learning in School-based Sexuality Education” (2007):
Points Received: 1 of 1 Comments: Question 2 3. Question : African Americans have higher rates of HIV than other ethnic groups primarily because:
Points Received: 1 of 1 Comments: Question 2 4. Question : How does Mukherjee (2010) argue that men are more at risk of engaging in so-called ‘social ills’ as a result of poverty? Student Answer: They are more likely to employ girls as domestic servants and sex slaves They suffer from depression, anger, desperation, and emasculation, which have been linked to ‘social ills’ They are more likely to participate in unpaid work Gender inequalities do not work in their favor
Points Received: 1 of 1 Comments: Question 2 5. Question : Research on comprehensive sexual education programs indicates that these programs are often successful at delaying the onset and reducing the frequency of intercourse, reducing the number of sexual partners, and increasing condom or contraceptive use for teenagers.
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