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FAMSTĀ 253: Human Sexuality

This course explores the varied dimensions of human sexuality as they affect and are affected by past and present human relationships. Sexual problems and issues are examined for the development of a value framework and for the enrichment of family life. The course emphasizes critical thinking skills applied to current issues in human sexuality (e.g. gay marriage, race and gender issues, sexual violence). Students examine issues in contemporary research and ethics in sexuality. Offered each semester. Counts toward American studies major, family studies concentration, and women's and gender studies major and concentration.

American Studies

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...Environmental Politics FAMST 232 Introduction to Family Studies FAMST 242 Family Relationships FAMST 253 Human...

Women's and Gender Studies

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...Studies in Literary Eras: American FAMST 242 Family Relationships FAMST 253 Human Sexuality HIST 320...

Management Studies

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...ESTH 290 Not Found FAMST 232 Introduction to...251 Modern China HIST 253 Modern Japan HIST...