Psychology: Book: reference: Weiten, Dunn, & Hammer. (2012). Psychology Applied to Modern Life: Adjustment in the 21st Century, 11th Edition. Boston: OxfordOrder Description
Activity 4: Sexuality
This chapter includes mention of the high amount of sexual content available in the popular media, even within programming consumed by children and adolescents. In recent years, there has developed an opposing trend, largely among certain Christian groups, advocating modesty in dress and behavior, aimed primarily at girls and young women. Choose two of the following websites that discuss the modesty movement for girls:
Answer the following questions:
1. What were some of the specific behaviors or clothing types to that were suggested? To be avoided?
2. What did you read about that you agree or disagree with?
3. To what degree is this a religious issue? In what ways is it relevant outside of religious beliefs?
4. Why do you think modesty is primary targeted at girls, not boys? What message does this send to girls or boys?