Sociology (SOCI) - Human Sexual Behaviour

SOCI 2237  Human Sexual Behaviour


SOCI 2235


Three hours of lecture per week for one term.




A wide range of behaviour that is expressive of or associated with what is commonly known as sex is described, analysed, and placed into social and cultural contexts. Topics covered may include the characteristics and significance of varieties of sexual behaviour, as well as problematic concerns relating to sex in connection with contemporary trends and patterns of human sexual behaviour.

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