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Test Bank for Human Sexuality: Self, Society, and Culture 1st Edition Herdt

Test Bank for Human Sexuality: Self, Society, and Culture, 1st Edition, By Gilbert Herdt, Nicole Polen-Petit, ISBN10: 0077448219, ISBN13: 9780077448219, ISBN10: 0073532169, ISBN13: 9780073532165

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: The Study of Human Sexuality
Sexual Literacy
-Become Sexually Literate
-Sexual Well-Being
Sexual Science—A Historical Perspective
-The Medical Model of Sexuality
-A New Approach to Sex Research
-Sex Research Comes of Age
-Sex and Social Policy
Methodology in the Study of Sexuality
-Interdisciplinary Perspectives
-Ethics of Sexual Research
-Research Designs
-Participatory Action Research
Human Sexual Rights
Chapter 2: Contexts of Sexuality: Culture, History and Religion
Human Sexual Nature in Context
-The Sexual Triangle: Species, Culture and Individual
-Sexuality among the Bonobo
-Human Sexual Nature as Expressed Through Culture
Sex Since the Beginning of Time
-Prehistoric Sex and Communication
-A Brief History of Sex and Civilization
Sexual Cultures and Norms
-Sexual Norms and Sexual Socialization
-Sex-Approving and Sex-Disapproving Cultures
-Sexual Unlearning
Sexuality and the Great World Religions
-Sex, Religion and Reality
-Sex in the World Religions
Spirituality and Sexual Behavior in the United States
Religion and Sexual Well-Being
Chapter 3: Sexuality, Media and the Internet
Sex, Media and Pop culture
-Sex in Pop Culture
-Shared Sexual Images and Media
-Popular Music and Sexual Attitudes
-From Reality TV to Homemade Video
The Internet and Sexual Literacy
-Facebook, Twitter, and Sexting
-Online Sexual Socialization
-Sexuality and Risk Online
Virtual Sex
-Sexual Individuality in Virtual Time and Space
-Online Boundaries
-Online Romance, Dating and Hooking Up
-Sexual Avatars and Gaming
Adult Sexual Content
-Pornography and Its Changing Meaning
-Adult Sexual Entertainment Online
Online Communities, Rights and Sexual Well-Being
Chapter 4: Sexual Anatomy and Physiology
Sexual Anatomy
Female Sexual Anatomy
-External Female Sex Organs
-Internal Female Sex Organs
-Breasts and Breast Development
-Variability in the Female Body
-Female Genital Mutilation
Female Sexual Physiology
-The Endocrine System and Hormones
-Pheromones and Their Role in Sexual Behavior
-The Menstrual Cycle
-Menopause
Male Sexual Physiology
-External Male Sex Organs
-Internal Male Sex Organs
-Erection and Ejaculation
-Variability in the Male Body
-Circumcision
Bodily Integrity Rights and Sexual Well-Being
Chapter 5: Sexual Pleasure, Arousal, and Response
Pleasure, Culture, and Sexual Well-Being
-Sexual Nature and Sexual Well-Being -Cultural Influences on Sexual Pleasure and Sexual Well-Being
-Defining Your Personal Needs
-Keeping a Sexual Journal
Sexual Arousal and Response
-The Five Senses and Pleasure -Pheromones and Sexual Motivation
-Sexual Excitement and Sexual Fantasy
-Sexual Response Cycles
-Orgasm
Sexual Techniques
-Masturbation—Solitary and in Relationships -Kissing
-Frequency of Sexual Activity
-Other Intimate Behaviors
Sexual Pleasure as a Human Right
Chapter 6: Taking Care of the Sexual Body
Knowing Our Own Body
-Taking Responsibility for Our Own Sexual Health -Female Sexual Health
-Male Sexual Health
Sexually Transmitted Infections
-Risk and Protective Factors for STIs
-Sexual Risk Negotiation
-Human Immunodeficiency Virus
-Bacterial STIs
-Parasitic STIs
-Viral STIs
Sexual Well-Being and Innovation in STI Prevention
Chapter 7: Contraception
Contraception: History and Cultural Variations
-Cross-Cultural Variations in Contraception
-History of Contraceptives in the United States
Methods of Contraception
-Choosing a Method of Contraception: What to Consider
-Methods That Protect Against Pregnancies and STIs
-Methods That Protect Against Pregnancy But Not Against STIs
Contraception and Sexual Well-Being
Chapter 8: Reproduction: Conception, Pregnancy, and Childbirth
Parenting and Reproductive Decisions
-Pronatalism
-Family Leave
-Considering Parenthood
Ensuring a Healthy Pregnancy
-Preparing the Body for Pregnancy
-Nutrition and Exercise
-Sex During Pregnancy
Contraception and Pregnancy
-Cross-Cultural Ideas About Conception
-Trimesters: The Developing Fetus and Changes for
Women and Partners
-Potential Problems During Pregnancy
-Detecting Problems in Pregnancy
Birth and the Postpartum Period: what to Expect
-Options for Giving Birth
-Birth Assistance and Interventions
-Making a Birth Plan
-After the Birth, The Postpartum Period
Infertility and Options
-Assisted Reproductive Techniques
-Other Options for Creating a Family
Abortion
-Defining Abortion
-Safe Methods of Abortion
-Unsafe Methods of Abortion
-After an Abortion
Sexual Well-Being and Reproductive Rights
Chapter 9: Gender and Identity: Process, Roles, and Culture
Understanding Gender Development and Context
-Gender and Sex
-Biological Process in the Development of Sex
-Biological Sex Variations and Intersexuality
Gender Identity and Expression
-Gender Identity—A Brief History
-Biology and Gender Identity Development
-Transgender—A New Identity
-Transsexualism
-Angrogyny
Gender Roles
-Gender Roles Across Time and Cultures
-Social Institutions and Gender Role Development
-Sexism and Gender Roles
Gender Norms and Variance
-Factors of Gender Nonconformity
Gender Identity Rights and Sexual Well-Being
Chapter 10: Sexual Orientation
Understanding Sexual Orientation
-The Spectrum of Sexual Orientation
-The Gap Between Sexual Attraction and Behavior
-Sources of Sexual Orientation
-Sexual Socialization and Compulsory
Heterosexuality
-Sexual Individuality and Sexual Orientation
Variations in Sexual Orientation
-Same-Sex Behavior Variations Across Cultures
-The Invention or Modern Gay and Lesbian Identity
-The Modern LGBTQ Movement
-10% Are Gay: Myth or Sexual Geography?
-Bisexuality
-African American Men Being on the Down Low
-Men Who Have Sex With Men
-Female Sexual Fluidity
-Queer and Questioning
Homosexuality, Discrimination, and Stigma
-Sexual Prejudice and Homophobia
-Bullying and Internalized Homophobia
-Hate Crimes
Coming Out and Sexual Well-Being
-Social Acceptance and Being Out
-Being Out—Steps Toward Well-Being
-LGBTQ Family Formation
Sexual Orientation
Chapter 11: Sexuality in Childhood and Adolescence
Sexual Development in Childhood and Adolescence
-Biology, Family and Culture
-Healthy Sexuality and Values in Childhood and
Adolescence
-Emotional Literacy in Young People
Sexuality in Childhood
-Infants as Sensual Beings
-Childhood Curiosity, Masturbation, and Sexual Play
Sexuality in Adolescence
-The Magical Age of 10: Development of Desire
-The Biological Changes of Adolescence: Pubertal
Development
-Romantic Relationships
-Sexual Identity
-Sexual Behaviors in Adolescence
-STI’s, Pregnancy, and Contraception
Sexuality in Context: The Role of Institutions
-Families
-Peers
-Media
-Sexuality Education in Schools
-Sexual Health in Europe and the United States
Young People’s Rights and Sexual Well-Being
Chapter 12: Sexuality in Adulthood and Later Life
Early Adulthood
-Single Living
-Casual Sex and What It Means
-Cohabitation
-Early Cohabitation and Sexual Well-Being
Integrating Marriage and Sexual Well-Being
-Variations in Marriage
-Sex and Marriage
-Extramarital Relationships
-Divorce and Subsequent Marriages
-Same-Sex Marriage
Sexuality and Aging Populations
-Sex and Well-Being at Midlife
-How Sex Shapes Mend and Women as They Age
-Female Issues with Desire
-Male Issues with Arousal
-Aging, Disability, and Sexual Well-Being
-Illness and Sexuality—Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes, Cancer
-Elderhood and Healthy Sexuality
Sexuality and Well-Being In Late Life
Chapter 13: Attraction, Love, and Communication
Sexual Attraction
-Theories of Sexual Desire and Attraction
-Physical Attractiveness
-Beauty and Sexiness
-Chemistry and Attraction
-Psychological Attraction
-Biological Attraction
-Same-Sex Attraction
-Sexual Scripts
Love
-Theories of Love
-Types of Attachment
-When Love Ends: The Dissolution of Relationships
Communication
-Emotional Literacy: Communicating Your Needs
-Sexual Language
-Nonverbal Sexual Communication and Flirting
-Sexual Self-Disclosure: To Reveal or Not to Reveal
-Characteristics of Ineffective Communication
-Improving Communication Skills
Communication and Sexual Well-Being
Chapter 14: Sexual Coercion and Resiliency Sexual Coercion
Rape
-Date Rape
-Marital Rape
-Prisoner Rape
-Victim-Blame
-Cultural Differences in Rape
-Societies Prone to Rape
-Perpetrators of Sexual Coercion
-Survivors of Rape and Other Forms of Coercion
Childhood Sexual Coercion
-Incest
-Child Pornography
Teens and Adult Sexual Coercion
-Sexual Harassment
-Teen Dating Abuse
Sex Work and Sex Trafficking
-Different Types of Sex Work
-Sex Work and Rights
-Sex Trafficking
Recovery, Resiliency, and Sexual Well-Being
Chapter 15: Extreme Sexuality and Paraphilias
Changes in Acceptability of Sexual Behavior
-Variations in Mainstream Sexual Behavior
-Cross-Cultural Extremes of Sexuality
-Extreme Sexual Behaviors in Contemporary Society
-Strip Clubs—Normal or Extreme?
-Gender and Extreme Sexual Behavior
-Kinky Sex
-Sex Tourism and Extreme Sexuality
-When Extreme Sexual Behavior Becomes Impulsive
Paraphilias
-Clinical Criteria of Paraphilias
-Categories of Paraphilias
-Popular Culture and Media Influence
-Origins of Paraphilias
-Treatment of Paraphilias
Sexual Novelty and Healthy Sexuality
-Sex Toys, Vibrators, and Related Sexual Enhancements
Mainstreaming of Pornography and Sexual Well-Being