Exploring the Dimensions of Human Sexuality (Google eBook)
Jones & Bartlett Publishers, Mar 10, 2010 - Health & Fitness - 774 pages
Exploring the Dimensions of Human Sexuality, Fourth Edition addresses all aspects of sexuality—biological, spiritual, psychological, and sociocultural—and presents the information both factually and impartially.Throughout the text, students will find an emphasis on health and well-being based on the assumption that we are all sexual beings and that sexuality should be viewed in its totality. Students are encouraged to explore the varied dimensions of human sexuality and see how each affects their own personal sexuality, sexual health, and sexual responsibility.
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CHAPTER Sexuality Research 30 2
Permission to Do Research on Sexual Behavior
CHAPTER Sexual Communication
Clarity in Sexual Communication
CHAPTER Female Sexual Anatomy and Physiology 92 4
CHAPTER Male Sexual Anatomy and Physiology 130 5
The Ethics of Chemical Treatment for Paraphilias
What Are a Dead Mans Rights?
CHAPTER Sexual Response and Arousal 150 6
Discussing Sexual Desires
CHAPTER Contraception 174 7
CHAPTER Conception Pregnancy and Birth 214 8
Communicating About Pregnancy
IN FOCUS Unexpected Pregnancy Outcomes
Debating the Abortion Issue
CHAPTER Gender Dimensions
Men Are from Mars Women Are from Venus
Extreme Gender RolesThe Price of Honor
IN FOCUS Body Image
To Train or Not to TrainThat Is the Question
Issues Related to Trying to Be Perfect
CHAPTER Sexual Orientation
Research on Causes of Homosexuality
Communication About Gay and Lesbian
Should Gay Marriages Be Legal?
Reviewing the Dimensions of Human
Should Donor Eggs Be Used to Let Women Older
Notifying Partners About STIs
IN FOCUS HIV and AIDS
International Differences in Discussing Sexuality 81
Unmet Need for Contraception in Developing
Sexual Disorders Around the World
Should Surrogates Be Used in Sexual Therapy?
Should Kids Be Sexualized?
Sex Work in Other Countries
Sexual Ethics Morality
EPILOGUE Taking Responsibility
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