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Published: 
October 2019
Page Count: 
898
ISBN: 
978-1-4533-9823-4

Sexuality and Our Diversity: Integrating Culture with the Biopsychosocial

Version 2.0 By: Marcus Tye

Key Features:

  • Contemporary focus on interactions of biological, individual psychological, social, and cultural factors that underpin human sexuality and sexual expression.
  • Written for learners with varying levels of preparation and interest in the subject.
  • Global/comparative coverage, such as drawing parallels between gender roles, economic circumstances, and health in many countries, including the U.S.
  • Flexible fifteen-chapter, modular organization facilitates adding, removing, or rearranging large portions of material or even a sentence or word to align easily with semester, quarter, or accelerated courses and various teaching approaches.
  • Infuses LBGTQ+ cultural variations, inclusion, and equity throughout the main narrative, not as marginalized feature boxes or in a single “diversity” chapter.
  • Each chapter contains learning objectives, interim summaries called “Key Takeaways,” key terms, exercises/discussion questions, and recommended resources. Engaging, embedded video links to free or open sites facilitate flipped classroom models and online course discussions.

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Sexuality and Our Diversity: Integrating Culture with the Biopsychosocial, v. 2.0 is suitable for human sexuality courses taught primarily in psychology departments. May also be appropriate for human sexuality courses taught in human development, family studies, nursing/allied health, personal health, and sociology departments. Appropriate for courses taught at the undergraduate level at two- and four-year colleges and universities and at the graduate level.

Sexuality and Our Diversity: Integrating Culture with the Biopsychosocial, v. 2.0 takes an integrated approach to exploring the complex dimensions of biology, culture, psychology, sociology, history, and philosophy that explain human sexual diversity. The author contextualizes specific topics, such as sexually transmitted infections, in a broader picture of comprehensive sex education and public policy, access to healthcare, and economic equality. Topics build from basic to advanced to support less well-prepared students while keeping those with prior coursework fully engaged.

New in This Version:
  • Over 1,000 discrete revisions, including new content, updated research, new or refreshed links, and revised exercises.
  • Key revisions to coverage of public policy and law, genetics, and neuroscience.
  • New coverage of affirmative consent and the #MeToo movement.
  • Updated references to trans persons reflect preferences of the trans and trans affirmative communities.

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Instructor Manual

Instructor Manual

The Instructor Manual guides you through the main concepts of each chapter and important elements such as learning objectives, key terms, and key takeaways. Can include answers to chapter exercises, group activity suggestions, and discussion questions.

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Marcus tye

Marcus Tye College of Staten Island CUNY

Marcus C. Tye is Dean of the School of Health Sciences at the College of Staten Island, City University of New York, and a Professor in the Psychology Department. A licensed clinical psychologist, his quantitative research has included the role of privileged communication (confidentiality) in psychotherapy, children’s memory, and credibility assessment. His work in sexuality has included fair custody evaluations with LGBT parents and the ethical dilemmas posed by “re-orientation therapy.” He first started teaching human sexuality in 2003 and aimed to write a comprehensive textbook that was accessible for beginning students, yet relevant for advanced students. His goal was to include cultural variation, gender and economic equity, global development, and LGBT equity throughout the text. Dissatisfied with texts that were heavily influenced by one theoretical perspective, he has written a text that is respectful of the multiple intellectual disciplines that contribute to a full understanding of gender and sexuality, including neuroscience, developmental, cognitive and social psychology, while also respecting the work of historians, comparative public policy and law. When teaching and writing about sexuality, Dr. Tye explains to students how to reconcile seemingly contradictory perspectives and conflicting studies on topics such as gender differences. He contextualizes specific topics such as STIs in a broader picture of comprehensive sex education and public policy, access to healthcare, and economic inequality. Prior to full time academic administration, Dr. Tye’s other regular teaching included the evolutionary origins of human nature, cross-cultural psychology, and abnormal psychology. He has an AB from Princeton University, with additional undergraduate study at St. Anne’s College, Oxford University. His doctoral degree is from the University of North Dakota, with clinical training completed within the New York State Office of Mental Health. He has lived and worked in Europe, Asia, Micronesia, and North America, and cultural diversity forms a core part of his professional writing and work.

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