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Question 13.Question :Maticka-Tyndall argues that sexual education programs could better fit with those for whom they are designed if:Student Answer:They took into consideration how those individuals construct their realities about AIDSThey incorporated scientific and common sense knowledge into a more solid, single message
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They put sex in the context of gendered relationships and peer alliancesA and CAll of the above
Points Received:1 of 1Comments:Question 14.Question :Rape is a major factor driving the AIDS epidemic, according to Mukherjee (2010).
Points Received:1 of 1Comments:Question 15.Question :A stereotype that hides or normalizes oppression by making it seem like something that the oppressed person wants to do orsomething that comes from the oppressed person’s nature is referred to as:
Points Received:0 of 1Comments:Question 16.Question :Eleanor Maticka-Tyndall (1992) interviewed and analyzed the interviews of 25 never-married 17-22-year-old residents of Montreal, Canada, in order to:
Points Received:1 of 1Comments:Question 17.Question :According to the World Health Organization report, women are more likely than men to become infected with HIV as a result of unprotected heterosexual intercourse because:Student Answer:Many women don’t believe in wearing condomsThere are cultural limitations on women’s access to information about safe sex, which decreases their chances of having protected sexMen are more likely to be victims of sexual violenceNone of the above
Points Received:1 of 1Comments:Question 18.Question :There has NEVER been a single documented case of HIV transmission through female-to-female sexual contact in the U.S.
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Comments:Question 19.Question :Which of the following are examples of the denialof female sexual subjectivity within sexual education lessons?
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