- Words: 4896
- Length: 15 Pages
- Topic: Women's Issues - Sexuality
- Paper #: 57931797
Moreover, in addition to narrowing the purview of human sexuality to groups within the larger society, the sociocultural aspect examines social norm influences including the effects of external factors such as mass media or politics. These movements can assist in bring about significant and widespread changes in the social norm, such as the sexual revolution and the advent of feminism.
Overview of Theory and Practice
Theories regarding gender and sexuality date