Sex in marriage with slaves how is sexuality viewed

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-sex in marriage & with slaves -How is sexuality viewed towards slaves? (slave owners vs. slaves) -slaves’ morals used as an excuse for rape -slaves have lower rates of STI’s than Europeans living there -people don’t share same background -1800s -Free love movement (1820’s) -Mormons & polygamy (1852) -medical model of sexuality -how did view of homosexuality change? -illness, not a sin -how were women viewed? How did this compare to Europe? -women ruled by their wombs, overectomies -Comstock Act of 1873 – what was prohibited? -mailing obscene ads/writings like contraceptive info. & nudity -1900s -Social Hygiene Movement -what prompted this movement: linked men using prostitutes to STI’s, premarital blood tests -sexology -wanted to understand what happens rather than what should happen according to religion -Sexual Revolution of the 20s and 60s: how did changes in television, medicine, and magazines affect this revolution in the 60s? -Wilhelm Reich founded clinics -if it feels good, do it -antibiotics, television, Playboy, the pill -Late 1900s-2000s -Feminist movement
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-how did view of women change? -suffrage voting -Sanger’s argument for birth control -women argued for their own sexual satisfaction -Gay Liberation -How did views of homosexuality change from 1950s-present? -McCarthy: corrupting nation’s youth afer WWII -1960s: protests increased -DSM had it as disorder until 1973 -associated with HIV/AIDS didn’t use condoms -1990s Queer theory: right to sexual happiness -2008: 2 states allow homosexual marriage (CT & CA) Chapter 3 -Researching Sexuality -Learning from the media and pop psychology -what are our sources of information? -Television, print, audio -How are statistics misreported? -Lies, misrepresentation, include moral judgments, use social science to appear reliable -What effect does this have on people’s understanding of sexual behavior? -we believe these things -believe any type of doctor even if they are not an expert on the subject -self diagnosing becomes an issue -Goals of Sex Research -avoid bias, stereotypes, opinions, and value judgments -based on actual scientific information rather than subjective understanding -Science of Sex -objective information -use the scientific method -induction: general observation -deduction: create experiments -what are the ethical concerns? -use of humans as research subjects -How do the ethical concerns affect the methods were used to study sex? - confidentiality, truth, privacy -Ethics -what is informed consent? Why do we need? -full disclosure of purpose, risks, benefits, can withdrawal at anytime -What does it mean to protect from harm? What is confidentiality important? -identity of subjects is confidential
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-avoid emotional distress -Sampling -what three things are needed to make a good sample? -random, representative, unbiased -Where are most studies completed and why is this important?
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