Education on Sexual Diversity
12 content slides with well elaborated speaker notes. The speaker notes should be an explanation of slides content and not copy pasting of the content slides. Follow the 7 by 7 slides rule.
Create a presentation (PowerPoint or Prezi) to educate other psychologists on sexual diversity. Be sure to address the following areas: Define and explain the following terms: Sex Sexual orientation Sexual fluidity Heteronormativity Homophobia Sexism Monogamy and consensual nonmonogamy Explain why it is important to advocate for sexually diverse communities. Provide recommendations for working with and/or conducting research with sexually diverse populations. Address ethical considerations in working with and/or conducting research related to oppressed populations. Length: 10 to 12-slide presentation with audio recording References: Include a minimum of 5 scholarly resources. Consensual nonmonogamy and monogamy Describe why it is critical to advocate for sexually diverse communities. Make recommendations for working with and/or researching sexually diverse populations. Consider ethical issues when working with and/or conducting research on oppressed populations. Presentation length: 10 to 12 slides with audio recording Include at least 5 scholarly resources in your references.
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