PSYC 889. Conceptual Issues in Human Sexuality. 3 Hours.

An examination of the social construction of sexuality and research methods and issues relevant to sexuality. These concepts are applied to various topics, such as defining and conceptualizing sex and gender, sexual dysfunction, sexual orientation, the social control of sexuality, sexual coercion and abuse, and abstinence-only sex education. The course does not cover anatomical or physiological aspects of sexuality. (Same as WGSS 889.) Prerequisite: Six hours in WGSS and/or PSYC, or permission of instructor. LEC.