SW 206

The Influence of Sexual Factors on Behavior

This course will provide the generalist practice social worker with the follow- ing: introduction to the study of human sexual behaviors with particular attention paid to the issue of gender development; premarital, marital, and postmarital sexual patterns; birth-control; sexual dysfunction; cross-cultural sexual patterns; sexually transmitted diseases; and alternative sexual life styles. This course will explore the interaction between psychosocial, bio- logical, and environmental factors as they influence sexual attitudes and expression and their influence on social and economic justice. (Same as Psychology 202) Credit, 3 hours.