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School: Loras College
Department: Physics and Astronomy
Course: Topics: Human Sexuality
Professor: Steffanie schilder
Term: Spring 2017
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Cost: 50
Name: Exam one review
Description: Theories that will be on the test
Uploaded: 02/15/2017
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How have mass media reflected and influenced sexual norms?




› What were your reactions to this talk?




 How many of you were given the sex talk by your parents?



Break into groups of 4 or 5 1. Divide board in half 2. On the left side, make a list of places/sources  where you learned about sex while growing up  (note how many people in your group learned  from this source) 3. Discuss the impact/accuracy of information from  your sources 4. On the right side, make a list of places/sources you  wished you would have learned about sex from How many of you were given the sex talk  by your parents? › What were your reactions to this talk?-Go to each station  (category) -Write down aspects  included in that category  that drive us to have sex -Can be from text or other  comments Psychological Biological/  EvolutionaryCultural/Societal How have mass media reflected and influenced  sexual norms? What are elements unique to sexuality on the  Internet compared with other mass media? Television › News, advice, and educational programs  TLC’s Strange Sex › Increased access to sexual material  Percentages of sexual content  Can you name one television show that does  not have sexual content? › Cable and music videos › Video games › Determining of social norms  Advertising  Magazines Four components of sexual intelligence: › Understanding self › Having interpersonal sexual skills and integrity › Obtaining accurate scientific sexual knowledge › Having consideration of the cultural context of  sexuality  Increasing sexual intelligence will allow for  responsible decisions in sexual behavior Impact of social norms  Freedoms and responsibilities today  Controversies facing human sexuality How can something as personal as sex be  political? Oral › Birth to 1 ½ years › Sucking, swallowing, biting  Anal › 1 ½ to 3 years › Expelling feces, retaining feces  Phallic › 3-6 years › Touching penis or clitoris; Oedipus complex  Latency › 6-puberty › Sexual interests are suppressed  Genital › Puberty Onward › Sexual contact with others Classical Conditioning › US, CS, UR, US  Operant Conditioning › Reward and Punishment  Social/Observational Learning › Attention, retention, motivation, ability  How do these theories relate to human  sexuality? Exchange Theories › Comparison level › Input vs. Return   Personality Theories › Big 5  Extraversion and Agreeableness › Erotophilia vs. Erotophobia › Sensation seeking  Compensate for low dopamine levels › Sociosexuality  Evolutionary Theory

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