Description Part I: Jessica Fields, Risky Lessons Figure 4-1 of Risky Lessons shows images from a flipchart on the use of contraceptive devices created by non-profit ETR Associates. Out of concerns that this flipchart might offend parents, Mrs. Wilkie hid this flipchart in a closet at Dogwood Middle School. However, Fields argues that this material could be immensely valuable for promoting agentic sexual subjectivity in students. In a short essay, explain what Fields means by “sexual subjectivity” that involves agency and explain why she thinks this poster would promote it. In your answer, compare and contrast this flipchart and its messages with sex education classes at the three schools that Fields studies. Part II: Gender and Hookup Culture Mainstream acceptance of heterosexual hookup culture, on college campuses in particular, is a relatively new phenomenon that many argue is attributable to increasing gender equality. Yet, many problems remain. Use course materials (e.g., Armstrong et al., Grazian, Lectures) to show that sexual satisfaction in heterosexual hookups certainly exists, but it is relatively rare for men and even more rare for women. How do socialization processes involving gendered sexual scripts, both prior to and during college, contribute to this phenomenon? For each essay, please write 750-1000 words, double spaced, and include a word count at the beginning of each answer.
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