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Patterns of Human Sexuality

This course is an introduction to sexual behavior and the individual and social forces that influence it. Study of how a heterogeneous society creates different values, perceptions, and practices concerning sexuality as well as the role of social institutions in generating rules governing sexuality. Topics include childhood, adolescence, and adult sexuality; coupling, sexual identity and orientation, sexual coercion, sexual variation, sex as business, and sexual variation behavior and the law. Prerequisite: PSY 180.

Grade Basis: Letter Grade
Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3


Last updated: 06/28/2021