Human Sexuality: Diversity in Contemporary America
This introduction to human sexuality features a unique organization that integrates essential coverage of ethnic, cultural, gender, and sexual orientation differences and similarities. The text maintains a psychosocial approach, but also provides a balanced treatment of the biological, psychological, sociological, anthropological, and historical aspects of human sexuality.
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Perspectives on Human Sexuality
SEXUALITY ACROSS CULTURES AND TIMES
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