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Ethical Issues in Relationships & Sexuality Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Which of these is not an example of a double standard?

Question 2 2. What did the Universal Declaration of Human Rights establish?

Question 3 3. What is the double standard?

Question 4 4. Does the double standard violate our modern legal practices?

Question 5 5. When is a double standard generally considered to be acceptable?

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Question 6 6. To morally break a promise, what must be true?

Question 7 7. Which of these is NOT a situation in which lying may be moral?

Question 8 8. What generally justifies both cheating and stealing?

Question 9 9. In general, why are lying, breaking promises, cheating, and stealing all considered immoral?

Question 10 10. Which of these groups relied on the idea that stealing and cheating were morally acceptable when the system was made to be oppressive?

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Question 11 11. Besides the actual act of sex, what part of human sexuality is almost always considered to be private?

Question 12 12. Which of these questions about sexuality is defined by social values?

Question 13 13. Which of these is not true about social aspects of human sexuality?

Question 14 14. What is the purpose of public aspects of sexuality?

Question 15 15. What is unique about human sexuality?

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Question 16 16. Is sexual pleasure considered a moral duty within a sexual relationship?

Question 17 17. What is generally considered to be the primary moral duty/goal in a sexual relationship?

Question 18 18. When is receiving consent no longer a moral obligation in a sexual relationship?

Question 19 19. Which of these is no longer considered a significant moral duty within a sexual relationship?

Question 20 20. Which of these actions would not fulfill the moral duty of fidelity in a sexual relationship?

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Question 21 21. Those who hold to the traditional view of sexual morality believe that

Question 22 22. Who argued that sex is only moral when a man and a woman experience it in full devotion and respect for one another?

Question 23 23. Who famously argued the natural law theory pertaining to sex?

Question 24 24. Who believed nature has given man the greatest possible assortment of sexual freedoms?

Question 25 25. Who argued the utilitarian view that a sexual act is moral if its utility, or its usefulness, outweighs its negative impact?

Ethical Issues in Relationships & Sexuality Chapter Exam Instructions

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