1.1 The textbook readings for this topic discuss how sexual attitudes and values varied among cultures throughout history
1.1 The textbook readings for this topic discuss how sexual attitudes and values varied among cultures throughout history. These attitudes and values were shaped by various influences. What are your personal attitudes and values in regards to sexuality? What influences have shaped those attitudes and values? Are the influences that have shaped your attitudes and values toward sexuality different than the influences that shaped your parent’s or grandparent’s generations? Explain.
1.2 How would research on sexuality benefit various groups, religions, and cultures? How could research on sexuality benefit society? Explain your response.
2.1 Explain how you could use the information contained in the Masters and Johnson Human Sexual Response Cycle and the Kaplan three Stages of Sexual Response in your work with clients. In your response, include a clinical scenario to illustrate your points.
2.2 Why is it important for counselors to understand the similarities and differences between the sexual response cycles in men versus women?
3.1 Identify four countries/cities around the world and identify their cultural/faith-based and legal approach to prostitution.
3.2 Identify four countries/cities around the world and identify their cultural/faith-based and legal approach to prostitution.
4.1 What communication problems might you expect to see in counseling clients engaged in romantic relationships?
4.2 What communication struggles have you experienced personally in your life? What communication skills do you feel you could improve upon in your relationships?
Note: This refers to general communication skills, not necessarily romantic relationships.
Each question needs to be answered by itself and must have a cite within the answer. Reference page must also be attached. This is a questions/answer form mate not a paper form mate. Each answer must have 150-200 words.
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