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* what was the Tuskegee Syphilis Study? * who was being studied in this project? * 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?)“Little White Lies: Race, Dildos, and American Culture” by Allison Kavanagh Alavi* what were dildos historically used for? how did it become purely a sex toy?* what is Alavi’s methodology? what are her findings? think about the appearance of thedildos, how the dildos are described on the packaging, . . .* what is the result of these differences in appearance and packaging? i.e., what is the message being conveyed about black men?“The Death of the Stork: Sex Education Books for Children” by Wendy Simonds and Amanda M. Jungels* what is Simonds’ and Jungels’ sample? i.e., how did they conduct their research?* according to the reading, what are some limitations with these books? hint: think aboutthe following, how these books:^ give children overly simple anatomy lessons of boys versus girls^ have illustrations/photographs that only show racially alike families^ give vague sexual information that reinforces heterosexual sex ^ portray gay/lesbian sex as deviant^ discuss topics like masturbation, sexual abuse, and rape“Going Too Far? Sex, Sin, and Social Policy” by Susan Rose* what kind of approach does the U.S. generally take to sex education? (contraception? abstinence? both?)* how does the U.S. teen pregnancy rate compare to other industrialized nations?* how does the U.S. rate of STI’s compare to other industrialized nations?* how does Denmark approach sex education and why?* how do Danish parents (on average) feel about teen sexual behavior?* how do Denmark and U.S. teens compare (on average) in their attitudes about mixing sex and alcohol?