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Human Sexuality
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Berke, Debra. 2011. “Human Sexuality”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, June. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


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College 200
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Learning Goals and Assessments

Learning Goal(s):

  1. 1.To increase knowledge in the following areas: human reproduction, sexual development, means of sexual expression, and attitudes toward sexuality.
  2. 2.To identify key issues in the field of human sexuality and to determine an appropriate response to them
  3. 3.To help each person in the course become more aware of his or her sexuality, including appropriate ways of enjoying and directing sexuality within a Christian value system.

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