Psychology 1230: Psychology of Adolescence. Don Hartmann Spring 2005 Lecture 14 (old #23): Sexuality. WEB Discussion #16. II. #6:Family Dynamics: TUG II (Summary-Evaluation due on 03/11):
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Lecture 14 (old #23): Sexuality
II. #6:Family Dynamics: TUG II (Summary-Evaluation due on 03/11):
Individuals who view the family as a developing organism have noted that in many families the children are going through adolescence at the same time that their parents are experiencing mid-life and it associated crises and problems. Assuming that that is true, how would you expect the adolescents to affect the parents, and how would you expect the parents to affect their adolescents? Feel free to both make your own individual responses and comments on those made by others. Posted 03/01
II. #7: How do Gender Theories differ?: Psyche II (Summary due March 13).
Professor Hartmann’s lecture on theories of gender development just didn’t do it for many in the class. Assist the class by making at least one important distinction between at least two theories (e.g., cognitive developmental and social cognitive). Develop your point well enough (e.g., with an example) so that it could be incorporated into lecture #12. As always, feel free to comment on others’ commentary. Posted 03/01.
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TUGI 2/02 (3/01) 3/11
Eagles 2/03 (2/22) 3/06
AwsAdol 2/05 (2/08) 2/21(2/24) 3/09
GrilledChick 2/09 (2/16) 3/03
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Granville 2/14 (2/16) 2/26
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32. Study Guide #5 02/11
33. Lect. #11b: Identity 02/15
34. HO: Writing Movie Reviews 02/16
35. Lect. #12a: Gender I 02/17
36. Study Guide #6 02/17
37. Lect. #12b: Gender II 02/18
38. Study Guide #7 02/24
39. Lect. #14: Gender III (Gays, etc.) 02/25
40. Lect. #15: Sexuality 02/28
41. Study Guide #8Handout Summary
Kaiser Foundation National Survey on Sex Education: www.kff.org.
The Sex Education Coalition: http://www.sexedcoalition.org/
Q1: I feel that pre-marital sexual intercourse is immoral
Q2: A man who has had sexual intercourse with a great many women is immoral
Q3: A woman who has had sexual intercourse with a great many men is immoral
The responses:Some Data
Percent of College Respondents Agreeing with Each Question
From King & Robinson (1977), Journal of Marriage and the Family.
__ Do you approve of premarital sex?
__ Do you feel you must be in love with someone before having sex with that person?
__ Is homosexuality between consenting adults morally acceptable?
__ Do you think young people are more sexually promiscuous than they were a generation ago?
__ Does sexual experimentation before marriage contribute to later marital satisfaction and happiness/
__ Is masturbation morally wrong?
__ Does sex education lead to promiscuity?
__ Is there any sexual behavior that you consider completely taboo?
emphasis on physiological release/pleasure
Age in Years
From Feldman, Turner, & Araujo (1999)
*Reportedly increasing in frequency and decreasing in average age.
Attitudes toward same-sex play