Roger Hock, Human Sexuality (3rd edition)

Welcome to Spring 2014!

Welcome to the course web site for ANT 2301, Human Sexuality and Culture, at the University of Florida. This course is one of the largest at the University, enrolling some 650 students each term. The size of the course makes it difficult for me to get to know many of you personally. This semester, for […]

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1,710,938 Times a Lady

In my high school nurse’s office, I remember being traumatized by this poster. It was hung from the phlegm-colored concrete block walls with double sided tape and positioned so that any student entering the office– for aspirin, menstrual cramps, or as an excuse to cut Ms. Henretty’s third-period English class– had to sit in the […]

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Welcome to Spring 2013!

Welcome to the course web site for ANT 2301, Human Sexuality and Culture, at the University of Florida. This course is one of the largest at the University, enrolling some 650 students each term. The size of the course makes it difficult for me to get to know many of you personally. This semester, for […]

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Sexy Song of the Week: Lady Gaga

When I was trying to choose the first Sexy Song I wanted to post on, I was totally lost. There are so many sexy songs out there that I rarely have time to feel anything less than sexy when listening to current music. In the club – sexy music, out shopping – sexy music, eating […]

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It’s Back: Sexy Song of the Week

You may have noticed from the course website that we posted a Sexy Song of the Week in past semesters. That series has languished this semester. But thanks to TA Jessica Jean Casler, the series will come back to life tomorrow — just in time to keep you going down the home stretch of the […]

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Citing sources and avoiding plagiarism

This week you should be putting the finishing touches on the first submission of your research paper, which is due next Monday, Oct. 19. That makes it a good time to share with you a valuable new resource to help you cite sources correctly and avoid plagiarism. Dr. Martin Simpson, Director of the UF Reading […]

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Exam 1 on E-Learning, Friday

The first exam will be available via E-Learning on Friday, October 2, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. You can log on directly to the course E-Learning site here. Remember that there will be no lecture, so that you may take the exam during our normal class period, if the rest of your day is full. […]

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Exam preparation and review

As you know, the first exam of the semester will take place next Friday, October 2. To help you prepare, the TAs have prepared a document with details about the logistics of the exam and with cues to some of the key concepts introduced so far in the course. Download the exam review guide here […]

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What’s wrong with the Playboy sex survey?

This morning the Alligator ran a story about Playboy’s new survey of sexual behavior among college students in the U.S. (Thanks to @andrea25th and @andrewjosays for drawing my attention to it on Twitter.) Here’s the Alligator’s lead: “The secret is out: College kids like a lot of sex. According to Playboy’s most recent college sex […]

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Grading rubric for reaction papers

As you know, the first reaction paper is due by the beginning of lecture this Friday, September 18. We will collect hard copies in class, and you must submit an electronic version to Turnitin through E-Learning. Here are two documents to assist you in putting the finishing touches on your papers: Description of reaction paper […]

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