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D more frequent masturbation. Recall 3 Which of the following is an example of gender roles? A Anatomical differences between male and female sexual anatomy B Cultural expectations that males, but not females, initiate sexual contact C Political freedom to self-identify as heterosexual, homosexual, or bisexual D Taboos prohibiting male—male or female—female sexual activities Answer: A Julie voluntarily engages in sex with a casual acquaintance.
B Frank has Human sexuality in a world of diversity 4th canadian edition download with his wife because he feels it is his obligation. C David is a sex worker who accepts both male and female clients.
D Emma has had sex in exchange for money on only one occasion. A Farah engages in oral-genital contact with a male, but does not orgasm. B Jacob manually stimulates his own genitals, which results in orgasm.
C Sarah has penile—anal intercourse with a member of the opposite-sex. D Nolan touches the genitals of another man, although he is heterosexual. Applied 6 According to a New Brunswick study, approximately what percentage of university students defined oral—genital contact as having sex?
Recall 7 The discipline that examines cross-cultural similarities and differences in sexual behaviour is A medicine. C the Canadian Society for the Study of Sexuality. Recall 9 In order to understand the complexity of factors influencing sexual attitudes and behaviours in Canada, it is of primary importance to be aware of.
A the diversity within Canadian society. C the structuring of political systems. D the differences between Canada and the United States. Recall 10 Jafir participates in oral—genital contact with a sex partner. B it is his first sexual experience. C the other participant is female. D it precedes other sexual acts. Applied 11 Ling is an immigrant to Canada from China.
B homosexual people should be accepted. C women can and should be sexually assertive. D men do not have to be faithful to their wives. Applied 12 Liu is a male university student Human sexuality in a world of diversity 4th canadian edition download came to Canada from China. B ample previous sexual experience. C low levels of sexual satisfaction. D relatively liberal sexual attitudes. Applied 13 When looking at Canadian society and sexuality, one of the most notable changes in the Canadian mosaic is A an increase in liberal attitudes since the early 90s.
B the dramatic increase in the proportion of visible minorities. C the addition of a variety of less conservative sexual practices.
D the significant increase of mixed marriage—i. B believed Canadian society allowed them to maintain their traditional marriage system. C felt Canadian society would allow their children to grow up in a safe sexual environment. Applied 15 Imagine that a researcher wanted to examine the relationship between sexual behaviour and unsafe sexual practices among recent immigrants to Australia.
Canadian research by Zhou suggests that an important predictor of risky sexual practices would be A the willingness to Human sexuality in a world of diversity 4th canadian edition download discuss sexuality. B a formal education in sexual health issues. C high levels of exposure to pornography. D the strength of gender role endorsement. Applied 16 Some Canadians have their male children circumcised at a young age. Some immigrants Human sexuality in a world of diversity 4th canadian edition download Canada disagree with this practice on the grounds that children cannot consent to the procedure.
This is an example of how immigrants and those born in Canada may differ in their A ethics. Applied 17 When examining sexual attitudes within societies that have greater gender
Human sexuality in a world of diversity 4th canadian edition download, we would expect to find that A sexual pleasure is viewed as being as Human sexuality in a world of diversity 4th canadian edition download for women as it is for men.
B many women will view sex as a marital duty to their husbands. C sexual activity is driven by reproductive goals, rather than by pleasure. D overall, sexual satisfaction will be lower than in other societies.
Applied 18 When it comes to sexual activities, children of immigrant parents in Canada A tend to leave their traditional cultural value systems and adopt the values of Canadian society.
B are more likely to participate in risky behaviour due to limited education. C tend to be very similar to Canadian children of the same age.
D often get caught in a cultural clash
Human sexuality in a world of diversity 4th canadian edition download the traditional values of their parents and the more permissive values of Canadian society. Recall 19 When comparing Canada to the United States with respect to sexual attitudes and behaviours, it is important to A take into account social and demographic differences.
B focus on similarities before differences. C also consider attitudes and behaviours in other English-speaking countries. D consider differences in the structure of government.
20 A cultural belief among youth in Kenya is that waiting too long after puberty to have sex will result in A a male losing the capacity to impregnate a woman. B a female losing her desire to become a mother.
C chronic premature ejaculation. D an increased likelihood of developing a bisexual or homosexual identity. Applied 22 If you wanted to conduct a study of how Canadians differ from Americans on the issue of same-sex marriage, an important factor to consider would be how Canada and the United States differ in the Human sexuality in a world of diversity 4th canadian edition download given to A religion. Applied 23 Which of the following recent political changes suggests that the United States may be less sexually conservative than it once was?
A Presidential support for same-sex marriage B The elimination of abstinence-only programs. A Lowering the age of sexual consent from 16 to 14 B Reduced funding for abortions in developing countries C Abolishing the separation of church and state in Canada D Increasing the budget for sexual health education programs Answer: Applied 25 When looking at issues related to sex and politics, Canadian politicians have largely maintained a separation between religion and state.
The document that provides for this approach is A the Statistics Canada Census. B the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. C the Criminal Code of Canada. D the Parliament Act. Recall 26 Ling wants to wait until she is married to have sex, because her religion prohibits premarital sex. According to Meaney and Rye, which ethical framework is this an example of?
Applied 27 Imagine a hypothetical country where it
Human sexuality in a world of diversity 4th canadian edition download illegal to have sex without a condom, on the grounds that sexually transmitted infections pose a health risk to the population at large. Which ethical framework does this example most closely reflect? Applied 28 If Hans concludes that it is OK for him to satisfy his own sexual needs as long as it does not interfere with the rights of others, he is using the ethics of A autonomy.
B developing global protocols Human sexuality in a world of diversity 4th canadian edition download condom distribution. C promoting sexual rights on a country-by-country
Human sexuality in a world of diversity 4th canadian edition download. D linking international aid to an agreement to grant sexual rights.
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B maintain an open mind. C criticize abnormal behaviour. Human sexuality in a world of diversity 4th canadian edition download are being narrow-minded. Applied 32 Peggy Kleinplatz and Stanley Krippner believe that sexual relations can be more fulfilling when they incorporate A music.
Recall 33 A friend tells Salima that if she starts the birth control pill too early, she could eventually become infertile. If Salima uses the principles of critical thinking, she will A accept what her friend told her. B challenge what she was told and evaluate the premises of the information and its logic. C not begin taking the birth control pill and Human sexuality in a world of diversity 4th canadian edition download until new information is published.
D agree with the statement as it is a commonly held belief. Applied 34 The textbook examines multiple perspectives on human sexuality because A scientists have not yet established which perspective is most valid.
B no single perspective on sexuality captures all of its nuances. C each perspective is incompatible with at least one other. D biological perspectives cannot explain any aspect of sexual behaviour. Applied 35 Which of
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A A woman divorces her first husband and then marries another man. B A man has two children, and each child is from a different mother. C A man is married to three different women at the same time.