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The Resource Human Sexuality :, edited by Janet Colson

Human Sexuality :, edited by Janet Colson

Label
Human Sexuality :
Title
Human Sexuality :
Statement of responsibility
edited by Janet Colson
Title variation
Annual editions
Title variation remainder
human sexuality
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
BTCTA
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Schroeder, Elizabeth
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
Annual editions
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  • Sex
  • Sexual behavior
  • Sex instruction
  • Sexual health
  • Interpersonal relations
Label
Human Sexuality :, edited by Janet Colson
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Unit 1: Social and cultural foundations. 1.1 What we get wrong about black women's sexuality / Tamara Winfrey Harris -- 1.2 Do boys face more sexism than girls? / Christina Hoff Sommers -- 1.3 The role of digital and social media in children's and teens' development of body image -- 1.4 Is sex work empowering or enslaving? 12 experts weigh in / Ravishly -- 1.5 Sexuality and gener role in autism spectrum disorder: a case control study / Susanne Bejerot and Jonna M. Eriksson
  • Unit 2: Biological foundations. 2.1 Advances in male hormonal contraceptions / Constantino Antonietta -- 2.2 The female viagra, undone by a drug maker's dysfunction / Katie Thomas and Gretchen Morgenson
  • Unit 3: Sexualities, education and development. 3.1 Global perspetives on peer sex education for college students / Chandra R Story and June Gorski -- 3.2 How sex education fails people of color in the United States / Vianca Masucci -- 3.3 What is behind the declines in teen pregnancy rates? / Heather D. Boonstra -- 3.4 How can we improve sex education for boys? / Justin Cascio -- 3.5 Sexuality education in the age of digital media: a report of sexuality education controversies, 2014-2015 / SIECUS -- 3.6 Microaggressions and sex education: race, gender and sexuality / Jaymie Campbell -- 3.7 The danger of viewing shades of grey as Sex Ed / Soraya Chemaly -- 3.8 This is what sex ed for the intellectually disabled looks like / Monica Heisey
  • Unit 4: Intimicies and relationships. 4.1 50,000 first dates: online dating makes finding in NYC harder than ever / Matthew Kassel -- 4.2 Sex on campus: she can play that game, too / Kate Taylor -- 4.3 Virgin territory: what young adults say about sex, love, relationships and the first time / Amy Kramer -- When will the media really get polyamory? / Robyn L. Trask -- 4.5 Sex talk realness: how I have sex with a disablity / Rachel Hills
  • Unit 5: Gender and sexual diversity. 5.1 Gender fluidity has a toxic masculinity problem / Nico Lang -- 5.2 Transgender today / Editorial Board -- 5.3 The invention of the heterosexual / Thomas Rogers
  • Unit 6: Sexual health and well-being. 6.1 10 ways people avoid using condoms and why they are bullshit / A. X. Ruiz -- 6.2 The evoloing concept of older adult sexual behavior and its benefits / Maggie L. Syme -- 6.3 The graying of HIV: 1 in 6 U.S. casea re people older than 50 / Lenny Bernstein
  • Unit 7. Sexuality and social issues. 7.1 Obergefell v. Hodges by United States Supreme Court majority decision -- 7. 2 Less to do with marriage, more to do with equity / Elizabeth Schoeder -- 7.3 Sexting at school: lessons learned the hard way / Lisa E. Soronen, Nicole Vitale, and Karen A. Haase -- 7.4 New survey debunks the myth of black homophobia / Zack Ford -- 7.5 25 years of transphobia in comedy / Meredith Talusen -- 7.6 Sentenced to abuse: trans people in prison suffer rape, coersion, denial of medical treatment / Zoe Greenberg -- 7.7 Reporting rape and wishing she hadn't: how one college handled a sexual assault complaint / Walt Bogdanich -- 7.8 On victim blaming: when rape culture exists amongst America's heroes / Taylor Steele -- 7.9 When bitter breakups and digital photography meet: what to teach our kids about revenge porn / Martha Kempner -- 7.10 Sex trafficking and the sex industry: the need for evidence-based theory and legislation / Ronald Weitzer -- 7.11 And Boys Too -- 7.12 Cyber-sex trafficking: a 21st century scourge / Sunshine de Leon -- 7.13 Sex trafficking in the U.S.: a closer look athe U.S. citizen victims
Control code
ocn956688618
Dimensions
28 cm
Extent
iv, 246 pages
Isbn
9781259698668
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o956688618
  • (OCoLC)956688618
Label
Human Sexuality :, edited by Janet Colson
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Unit 1: Social and cultural foundations. 1.1 What we get wrong about black women's sexuality / Tamara Winfrey Harris -- 1.2 Do boys face more sexism than girls? / Christina Hoff Sommers -- 1.3 The role of digital and social media in children's and teens' development of body image -- 1.4 Is sex work empowering or enslaving? 12 experts weigh in / Ravishly -- 1.5 Sexuality and gener role in autism spectrum disorder: a case control study / Susanne Bejerot and Jonna M. Eriksson
  • Unit 2: Biological foundations. 2.1 Advances in male hormonal contraceptions / Constantino Antonietta -- 2.2 The female viagra, undone by a drug maker's dysfunction / Katie Thomas and Gretchen Morgenson
  • Unit 3: Sexualities, education and development. 3.1 Global perspetives on peer sex education for college students / Chandra R Story and June Gorski -- 3.2 How sex education fails people of color in the United States / Vianca Masucci -- 3.3 What is behind the declines in teen pregnancy rates? / Heather D. Boonstra -- 3.4 How can we improve sex education for boys? / Justin Cascio -- 3.5 Sexuality education in the age of digital media: a report of sexuality education controversies, 2014-2015 / SIECUS -- 3.6 Microaggressions and sex education: race, gender and sexuality / Jaymie Campbell -- 3.7 The danger of viewing shades of grey as Sex Ed / Soraya Chemaly -- 3.8 This is what sex ed for the intellectually disabled looks like / Monica Heisey
  • Unit 4: Intimicies and relationships. 4.1 50,000 first dates: online dating makes finding in NYC harder than ever / Matthew Kassel -- 4.2 Sex on campus: she can play that game, too / Kate Taylor -- 4.3 Virgin territory: what young adults say about sex, love, relationships and the first time / Amy Kramer -- When will the media really get polyamory? / Robyn L. Trask -- 4.5 Sex talk realness: how I have sex with a disablity / Rachel Hills
  • Unit 5: Gender and sexual diversity. 5.1 Gender fluidity has a toxic masculinity problem / Nico Lang -- 5.2 Transgender today / Editorial Board -- 5.3 The invention of the heterosexual / Thomas Rogers
  • Unit 6: Sexual health and well-being. 6.1 10 ways people avoid using condoms and why they are bullshit / A. X. Ruiz -- 6.2 The evoloing concept of older adult sexual behavior and its benefits / Maggie L. Syme -- 6.3 The graying of HIV: 1 in 6 U.S. casea re people older than 50 / Lenny Bernstein
  • Unit 7. Sexuality and social issues. 7.1 Obergefell v. Hodges by United States Supreme Court majority decision -- 7. 2 Less to do with marriage, more to do with equity / Elizabeth Schoeder -- 7.3 Sexting at school: lessons learned the hard way / Lisa E. Soronen, Nicole Vitale, and Karen A. Haase -- 7.4 New survey debunks the myth of black homophobia / Zack Ford -- 7.5 25 years of transphobia in comedy / Meredith Talusen -- 7.6 Sentenced to abuse: trans people in prison suffer rape, coersion, denial of medical treatment / Zoe Greenberg -- 7.7 Reporting rape and wishing she hadn't: how one college handled a sexual assault complaint / Walt Bogdanich -- 7.8 On victim blaming: when rape culture exists amongst America's heroes / Taylor Steele -- 7.9 When bitter breakups and digital photography meet: what to teach our kids about revenge porn / Martha Kempner -- 7.10 Sex trafficking and the sex industry: the need for evidence-based theory and legislation / Ronald Weitzer -- 7.11 And Boys Too -- 7.12 Cyber-sex trafficking: a 21st century scourge / Sunshine de Leon -- 7.13 Sex trafficking in the U.S.: a closer look athe U.S. citizen victims
Control code
ocn956688618
Dimensions
28 cm
Extent
iv, 246 pages
Isbn
9781259698668
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o956688618
  • (OCoLC)956688618

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