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    Cultural Differences in Human Sexuality

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    A 7 page research paper that summarizes and discusses recent research on human sexuality, with a particular focus on cultural differences. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

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    listed below. Citation styles constantly change, and these examples may not contain the most recent updates. Cultural Differences in Human Sexuality Research  Compiled By - properly! While the sexuality is a universal  factor in all human behavior, how sexuality is understood and expressed is mediated by culture and cultural factors. For example, people with a greater level of education are likely to  masturbate more often than people who are less educated (Crooks and Baur, 2011). Research also shows that young, college-educated whites are more likely to engage in oral sex than are  African Americans with less education (Crooks and Baur, 2011). As this indicates, researchers who focus on human sexuality frequently focus on patterns. For instance, Asian Americans, in general, tend to  be conservative sexually, and are, therefore, less likely to engage in premarital sex than are European descended Americans or African Americans (Crooks and Baur, 2011). However, as Crooks and Baur  (2011) note, when discussing cultural differences in human sexuality, it should be emphasized that differences between various cultural groups are general statements, and should not be considered as universal truths,  as one of the most basic truths about human sexuality is that it is incredibly diverse in its expression. The following paper offers a literature review of several sexuality studies  before discussing the implications of this data. Literature Review Sexuality in frequently referenced when conversation devolves to terms of abuse. Abuse language has been a part of human behavior  in all eras and all cultures. Therefore, abusive language is considered to be a universal phenomenon that is cross cultural in nature (Van Oudenhoven, et al, 2008). There are similarities 

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