Write a two to three page typed response to one reading (chapter) that is thoughtful, original, and contains references to the assigned reading. These reaction papers must be turned in by the beginning of class in order to receive credit. The summary should aIDress (1) the authors major points in the students own words with no quotations; (2) the applicability of the reading to social work interventions; and (3) the students reaction and views on the reading. These reaction papers will be graded for thoroughness, evidence that the student comprehended the reading, and thoughtfulness of the students views, reactions, and ideas about applicability to practice.
Choose any chapter from the list:
Ch. 9, Nathan, S. G. When do we say a womans sexuality is dysfunctional? (pp.143-158); Ch. 10, Basson, R. Womens difficulties with low sexual desire and sexual avoidance (pp.159-180); Ch. 12 Bergeron, S., Meana, M., Binik, Y., & Khalife, S., Painful sex (pp.193-214). Ch. 14, Polonsky, D. The sexual challenges and dilemmas of young single men (pp.231-250); Ch. 15, Althof, S.E., & Rosen, R. C., Combining medical & psychological interventions for the treatment of Erectile Dysfunction (pp.251-266). In Levine, S. B., Risen, C. B., Althof, S. E., (2010). Handbook of clinical sexuality for mental health professionals. NY: Routledge.