v Is the trend about a contemporary issue Or is it something that took place

V is the trend about a contemporary issue or is it

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your friend finds your summary boring, you’d keep it short and only touch on the essential stuff!) vIs the trend about a contemporary issue? Or is it something that took place long ago? If it’s the latter, how did those trends impact present day debates and research on sex? [Hint: read chapters 1, 2, and 3 in “Gender of Sexuality”] 2)The specific research studies or approaches explored in the chapters of “Speaking of Sexuality” Each chapter can be a stand-alone study but sometimes they are part of a dialogue/debate [hint: is being gay the result of a genetic pre-disposition or not? (the heritable component argument)] As you are reviewing your notes on these chapters, consider the following questions:
vWhat is the overarching research question being investigated?[* this is key *]vWhat approach or theoretical perspective are the researchers operating from? vWhat do they use for data? vWhat are their primary findings? Are these consistent with what they predicted in the introduction? [* this is key *]vDid they acknowledge any limitation? [* this is key *](usually this is under a section labeled “methods” or “data”, or it’s in the conclusion) 3)The common misconceptions regarding various aspects of human sexuality explored in the “50 Great Myths...” text For each myth, you should know: vWhat misconception is being clarified? vWhyis there a misconception on this subject? Where exactly is the source of confusion? Why do people believe what they believe about STDs for example? vIs there a consensus on what really happens? vWhat’s the takeaway? Pay special attention to trends related to... vNon-monogamy ovSex in uncommitted relationships oHooking up §Attitudes of men and women? §Connection to relationships? vSex in committed relationships oSexual Frequency §By orientation §By age oSexual Satisfaction §What are the most reliable predictors? §Which factors (surprisingly) do not seem to influence satisfaction? §How is sexual satisfaction related to relationship satisfaction overall? For men? For women?
Sample Questions From past quizzes and exams this quarter 1.Based on what we learned in lecture, it is fair to say that the formation of sexual identityis determined by: 2.In “Passionate Marriage” by David Schnarch (ch. 17 of Speaking of Sexuality), we learned that genital primerefers to:

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