Sex and sexuality have fascinated people throughout the ages. Ample literary works, theological and moral musings, philosophical accounts, social discourse, and popular presentations of various aspects of sexuality, its related behaviours, and their underlying meaning have been communicated for a wide variety of purposes. People's curiosity about sex seems to know no bound. These accounts are fascinating from a theoretical and conceptual point-of-view; they also have very important practical implications for the society as a whole as well as individuals' mental health and wellbeing. The present unit will provide a sample of the rich research on sex and sexuality, with a special focus on issues relevant to young adults. The content will be structured around recent theoretical and empirical research spanning intrapersonal, interpersonal, inter-group, and societal effects of various relevant research related, among others, to sexual orientation, various sexual behaviours (e. g. , aggression), gender differences, and others. Content delivery will be varied throughout incorporating multimedia, qualitative accounts, quantitative studies, cutting edge theories, and popular media all designed to make you well informed on the one hand and personally reflective on their your expression of sexuality.
8 online-only modules
5 x online quizzes (5% each, 25% total), video assignment (25%), final exam (50%)