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COMM 6179 : Sexual Communication
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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Organizational Sciences and Communication (OSCM)
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How public and private communication about sex reflects and affects sexual attitudes, behaviors, and knowledge; health communication, interpersonal communication, and mass communication theories, with consideration of topics such as sexual norms, negotiating sexual intimacy and safer sex, gender roles, and parent-child sexual communication.
• Synthesize common public discourse about sexual communication and critically analyze it.
• Be an active, discerning, consumer of sex research.
• Communicate effectively in an oral and written manner about sex and communication.
• Demonstrate expertise in a socially relevant sexual communication issue.
• Create and test materials that help facilitate communication about sexuality within and outside the classroom
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An in-depth examination of how public and private communication about sex reflects and affects sexual attitudes, behaviors, and knowledge. The course is grounded in health communication, interpersonal communication, and mass communication theories, with consideration of topics such as sexual norms, negotiating sexual intimacy and safer sex, gender roles, and parent-child sexual communication.
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Mon, 19 Sep 2016 14:56:44 GMT
Rollback: Please provide a 'bulletin' course description, i.e., brief (1-2 sentences), written in the present tense, and including only the primary themes/topics to be covered.
Mon, 30 Jan 2017 03:16:36 GMT
Rollback: The Middle States Commission on Higher Education now requires that all syllabi include average minimum amount of out-of-class or independent learning expected per week. Consult template uploaded with syllabus. For more detail see https://provost.gwu.edu/files/downloads/Resources/Assignment-of-Credit-Hours_Final_Oct-2016.pdf Because you didn't have enough to do already.