What was the tuskegee syphilis study us public health

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1. what was the Tuskegee Syphilis Study? 2. who was being studied in this project? 3. how did this study violate ethics? (i.e., were the subjects told the true purpose of the study? what were other ethical violations in this study?) 1. what were dildos historically used for? how did it become purely a sex toy?
2. what is Alavi’s methodology? what are her findings? think about the appearance of the dildos, how the dildos are described on the packaging, . . . - Hypothesis: Hypersexuality about the black male is related to the adult novelty industry in marketing of dildos. these discourses are part of the hegemonic racist discourse in the U.S. - Research method: Content analysis of adult novelty manufacturers’ catalogues. -Research catalog findings: 17 catalogues from 9 different manufactures containing 401 useable dildos. Looked at dildos skin tone and categorized tones from pure white to pure black. Determined relationship between size and color of dildsos. -findings: Darker dildos and vibrators are an average of 1.25 inches bigger than lighter dildos and vibratos and generally tend to have a wider girth. Darker dildos are also found to have more detail; such as pubic hair, scrotums, and veins. - blacks- massive, vibrating devil dong 3. what is the result of these differences in appearance and packaging? i.e., what is the message being conveyed about black men? 1. what is Simonds’ and Jungels’ sample? i.e., how did they conduct their research? 2. according to the reading, what are some limitations with these books? hint: think about the following, how these books: 1. what kind of approach does the U.S. generally take to sex education? (contraception? 2. how does the U.S. teen pregnancy rate compare to other industrialized nations?
3. how does the U.S. rate of STI’s compare to other industrialized nations? 4. how does Denmark approach sex education and why? 5. how do Danish parents (on average) feel about teen sexual behavior? 6. how do Denmark and U.S. teens compare (on average) in their attitudes about mixing sex and alcohol?

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