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SOC 123 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Female Sexual Arousal Disorder, Premature Ejaculation, Operational Definition

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ISUSOC 123AllWinter

SOC 123 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cognitive Model, Anal Sex, Female Ejaculation

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Understand each of the dimensions of sexuality. Know the relationship between education, social class, & religiosity and sexual permissiveness & sexual
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ISUSOC 123AllFall

SOC 123 Study Guide - Final Guide: Trichomoniasis, Syphilis, Androgyny

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ISUSOC 123Jennifer WoodruffSpring

SOC 123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Erotophilia, Sex Organ, Biopsychosocial Model

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SOC 123 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Gender Dysphoria, Micropenis, Genderqueer

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SOC 123 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Heteronormativity, Libido, Childhood Gender Nonconformity

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SOC 123 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Casual Sex, Storge, Obsessive Love

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SOC 123 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Copper Iuds, Intrauterine Device, Medicaid

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SOC 123 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Clitoris, Vasocongestion, Sigmund Freud

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SOC 123 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Amenorrhoea, Female Genital Mutilation, Testicular Cancer

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SOC 123 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Tribadism, Dildo, Anal Sex

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ISUSOC 123AllFall

SOC 123 Study Guide - Final Guide: Trichomoniasis, Syphilis, Androgyny

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SOC 123 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cognitive Model, Anal Sex, Female Ejaculation

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SOC 123 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Heteronormativity, Libido, Childhood Gender Nonconformity

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SOC 123 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Gender Dysphoria, Micropenis, Genderqueer

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SOC 123 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Tribadism, Dildo, Anal Sex

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Someone who is an age at which a majority of people engage in sex but does not engage in sex is considered to be celibate. Complete celibacy: does not
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SOC 123 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Amenorrhoea, Female Genital Mutilation, Testicular Cancer

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ISUSOC 123Jennifer WoodruffSpring

SOC 123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Erotophilia, Sex Organ, Biopsychosocial Model

OC11031902 Page
18 May 2018
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Perhaps alfred kinsey was the first person to teach a college course on sexuality; early 1940s. Before then, our society was quite repressive, and prof
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ISUSOC 123AllWinter

SOC 123 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cognitive Model, Anal Sex, Female Ejaculation

OC3138452 Page
30 Oct 2014
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Understand each of the dimensions of sexuality. Know the relationship between education, social class, & religiosity and sexual permissiveness & sexual
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ISUSOC 123AllFall

SOC 123 Study Guide - Final Guide: Trichomoniasis, Syphilis, Androgyny

OC3138442 Page
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Know the sexual behaviors that are typical for each of the following stages of development. infancy: early childhood, preadolescence, adolescence. Be a
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