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this group of pple think that homosexuality is by choice
constructivists
What did early science thrive on?
ideas NOT experiments
As far as homosexuality, what did early science thrive on?
purpose NOT cause
which science looked at cause rather than purpose?
modern science
this science supported ethnocentrism and values
modern science
Explain Group Dynamics and the 3 results of it
when u put pple in a group
1. social norms arise/group values
2. you start noticing differences b/n pple in group
3. majority converts minority
these pple believe in heterosexual sex
conservative
true or false: libralists base their beliefs on religion
false. conservatives base their beliefs on sex on religion.
1. spirit over flesh
2. redemtion of man (from adam and eve)
do liberalist believe in reproductive technology?
yes
this court case had to do with homosexual privacy rights
lawerence vs. texas
3 things that lawerence vs. texas dealt with are:
1.Constitutional right to physical intimacy even when its not intended to procreate

2. traditional morality is not law
3 things that lawerence vs. texas ruled on are:
1.Constitutional right to physical intimacy even when its not intended to procreate

2. traditional morality is not law

3. this applies to married and unmarried homosexuals
describe alfred kinsey scale
0-6 scale for measurement of hetero or homosexuality based on activity NOT identity
this equals 0 on kinsey scale
strictly heterosexual
this equals 6 on the kinsey scale
strictly homosexual
most pple fall between #____ - #_____ on the kinsey scale
1-5
the kinsey scale measures _________ not _________
activity not identity
what do essentialists believe about the origin of homosexuality?
it's inbred and that one's behavior=their identity
what do constructivists believe about the origin of homosexuality?
they believe that homosexuality in a person is constructed (learned) and theat one is homosexual based on identity
what is situational homosexuality?
people who engage in homosexual sexual behavior which they wouldn't necessarily engage in were they not in a specific environment
name an environment that would influence situational homosexuality
prison
military
closed religious orders
What are the stages of the cass coming out model?
1. Identity Confusion
2. " Comparison
3. " Tolerance
4. " Acceptance
5. " Pride
6. " Synthesis
Personal isolation is part of this stage of the cass coming out model
Stage 1: Identity Confusion
Rationalization and bargaining is part of this stage of the cass coming out model. "I may be gay...then again I may be bisexual"
Stage 2: Identity Comparison
When a person begins having contact with other homosexuals they're in this stage of the cass model.
Stage 3: Identity Tolerance
Continued and increased contact with other homosexuals is in this stage of the cass model.
Stage 4: Identity Acceptance
This is the "these are my people" stage of the cass model
Stage 5: Identity Pride
This is the "these are my people" stage of the cass model and hate for heterosexual people.
STage 5: identity pride
Some straight people are ok. I'm gay but I don't exclude straight people. which stage of the cass model is this?
Stage 6: Identity Synthesis
what are the 5 stages of the coleman coming out model?
1. Pre-Coming Out
2. Coming Out
3. Exploration
4. First Relationship
5. Integration
describe the pre-coming out stage of the coleman coming out model.
the person in not conscious of same-sex feelings. they feel "different" but don't know why
describe the coming out stage of the coleman coming out model.
the person comes to a conscious acknowledgement of having homosexual thoughts...etc. but they still have great confusion
describe the exploration stage of the coleman coming out model.
person interacts w/gay pple and starts experimenting
describe the first relationship stage of the coleman coming out model.
after experimenting the person wants a commited and stable relationship
describe the integration stage of the coleman coming out model.
public and private identities merge into one unified and integrated self-image is ongoing and will last the rest of their life.