This course examines how social factors contribute to our sexual beliefs and behaviors and how sexuality influences our personal lives and social policies. The course topics will be instructed primarily from a sociological perspective and will integrate sociological research and theories with information from psychology, biology, anthropology, and history. Students will be expected to consider their own perceptions, attitudes, and beliefs on sexuality in light of the scientific findings and to understand the global diversity of sexual practices and customs. Not available for supplemental. Instruction (3.0). Equivalent to: SOC-276. Requisite Courses: Take any one of SOC-1160, PSY-1160, or PSY-1170 (Required, Previous).
SOC-2276 Sexuality - 3.00 credits