The completion of these charts will assist you in studying for the Exam.
Part of Anatomy-male
External Male Structures
Where is it located
Sperm and urination pass
through; sexual pleasure
Not only do we need to know where our anatomical structures are, we need to know what they do.
Match the following terms with the definitions on page 2. Cut and paste into the chart on page 3 and
submit the assignment.
Dimensions of Wellness
Enter words in each column that make you think of wellness in each category :
Strong group Good test
of tightly kni
Is it true that sex is everywhere? How much sex is in your diet?
Step 1: For 1 week you should record & describe at least 10 sexuality-related
content items you were exposed to and the quantity of that exposure (if
Theoretical Perspectives on Sexuality. List the theory that the scenario illustrates.
Learning Theory, Psychoanalytic Theory, Social Theory,
Young girls are jealous of boys and their penis. They wish they had one.
Young boys desire their mother
After lots of time contemplating what I should do I figured it out! I got my dad and
stepmom who are both in their 60s to display public affection in the entry way at a
local grocery store. I stood off to the side where I wasnt very noticeable
Socialization and Development
Explain primary socialization.
Discuss how biology and socialization
contribute to the formation of the
Describe how people develop a social
SOC 101 04
Q. Paul Seadler MA
The Sociological Perspective
Review class expectations and how to study
Understand the sociological point of view and how it
differs from that of journalists and talk-show hosts.
Explain the steps in the sociological research process.
Analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the various
Know what independent and dependent variables are.
Know what samp
1. Understand how culture makes possible the
variation in human societies.
2. Distinguish between ethnocentrism and cultural
3. Know the difference between material and
4. Understand t
Understand deviance as culturally relative.
Explain the functions and dysfunctions of deviance.
Distinguish between internal and external means of social
Differentiate among the va
Understand why it is important to understand social interaction.
Know what the major types of social interaction are.
Understand the concept of role.
Explain the role norms play in social interaction.
Logan A. Szewczyk
Examples of Cultural lag
Cultural lag is the concept that society needs time to reach up to technology. This lag
creates social struggles, and it needs a while for society to develop and resolve. Cultural lag as
defined in the
September 13, 2016
In front of the U.S. Weekly(issue date: September 19, 2016) magazine, it shows Taylor
Swift and Tom Hiddleston and underneath their pictures it says ITS OVER! Now, I got this
A5 Dimensions of Diversity
1. The overall and underlying point Obama made throughout his speech is that we as a
country, together, should accept other people's values and beliefs. Regarding the fact that
a particular or any religion or group
A3 Social Identities
1. I do and dont consider these factors into my identity because I dont want to have the
mindset that we all are different and that this group of people have to be treated
differently from another group. Sadly, that is ho
A2- Diversity is
Relative(Grandmother): Diversity is different people.
Relative(Mother): Diversity is variety, having differences, not being the same.
Friend(Robbie): Diversity is the idea of inclusion, the presence and acceptan
A4 Diversity on the News
The dimension I have chosen based off of the Donald Trump Reveals Checkup Has Him
Weighing 267 Pounds from the Wall Street Journal, is body type. Im not a fan of Donald
Trump personally but i thought this article was
Cynthia A. Lysakovski
24 March 2016
Multiculturalism: Curse or Blessing?
What is a multicultural society? A multicultural society is one that includes all types of
cultures. According to the U.S. Census of 2010, the U
Cynthia A. Lysakovski
14 March 2016
Sociology Part 1: The Study of Sociology and the Individual in Society
Chapter #1 Reading Questions & Vocabulary
What is the main goal of sociologists? What is the main focus of soc
Sociology Part 2: Individual in Society and Social Inequality
Chapter #8 Reading Questions & Vocabulary
Why are never-married mothers much poorer than divorced mothers?
Because never-married mothers are, on average, from the age of 15 to 24, th
18 April 2016
Fieldwork Study Report
For my hypothesis, the experiment I will be performing is a little out there and I do not know
if anyone will believe me; therefore, I assume that I will receive very unusual
Cynthia A. Lysakovski
13 March 2016
My personal initial reaction to the video was that the trainer, Niharika, seemed very nice and
friendly. All of her concepts were exceedingly logical, that is, in my cul
Ethnocentrism and Cultural Relativism
Cultural relativism and ethnocentrism are two different ways of judging a culture. Both
can be beneficial and harmful to a certain extent. With both of these ideas, there comes a specifi
The Wealth Gap between Races
The difference in the distribution of economic assets and income refers to the wealth gap.
The wealth gap between the races can be narrowed down and categorized to a few reasons for its
Global stratification can be explained through the division of nations based on the
standard of living, the reason for why the world has it, how the world maintains it and why the
world needs it.
Gang Leader for a Day
In the novel Gang Leader for a Day by Sudhir Venkatesh, the rogue sociologist takes
more of a ethnographic approach towards the question of How are young blacks affected by
specific neighborhood fact