Name the 12 Perspective on Human Sexuality
(i) The Historical Perspective (ii) The Biological Perspective (iii) The Evolutionary Perspective (iv) The Cross-Species Perspective (v) Sociological and Anthropological Perspectives (vi) Psychological Perspectives (vii) Sociological Perspectives (viii) Provincial Differences in Sexuality (ix) The Media and Sexuality (x) Feminist Theory (xi) Queer Theory (xii) Multiple Perspectives on Human Sexuality
The development of a species to its present state, a process that is believed to involved adaptations to its environment.
The evolutionary process by which adaptive traits enable members of a species to survive to reproductive age and transmit these traits to future generations.
The theory that dispositions toward behaviour patterns that enhance reproductive success may be genetically transmitted.
The theory of personality originated by Sigmund Freud, which proposes that human behaviour represents the outcome of clashing inner forces
In psychoanalytic theory, automatic processes that protect the ego from anxiety by disguising or ejecting unacceptable ideas and urges.
Parts of the body, including byt not limited to the sex organs, that are responsive to secual stimulations.
In psychoanalytic theory, the process by which sexual feelings shift from one erogenous zone to another
In psychoanalytic theory, arrested development, which includes attachment to traits and sexual preferences that are characteristic of an earlier stage of psychosexual development
Complex clusters of ways in which males and females are expected to behave within a given culture.
Learning theorists who argue that a scientific approach to understanding behaviour must refer only to observable and measurable behaviours, and who emphasize the importance of rewards and punishments in the learning process.
A cognitively oriented learning theory in which observational learning, values, and expectations play key roles in determining behaviour.
A theory that challenges acceptance of the male as the norm, traditional gender roles, and male oppression of females.
Although this term derives from roots meaning "fear of homosexuals," it usually refers to hatred of homosexuals.