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SOCIAL WORK MACRO & POLICY PRACTICE-Module 6: Discussion 5 — Case Study – The Power of Genes “If you take identical twins, male twins, the chances that these male twins will share a sexual orientation is much higher than siblings, for instance. Now, what does that tell us? That tells us that there may be genetic determinants, because identical twins have exactly the same genome, there may be genetic determinants that determine one’s sexual orientation. That number, how much they share, is not 100 percent. …in other words, if one twin is gay, the other twin will not necessarily be gay. It’s not 100 percent exactly the same, so we know that either genes or inter-uterine exposures, or some other factors, environments, have a powerful effect on this, society, culture has powerful effects on this. But we know, also, that there must be at least some genes involved, and if you look carefully at the patterns, it’s clear that … it’s not one single “gay gene,” that probably multiple genes are involved. I don’t even like that term, “gay gene,” I think it’s very misleading as an idea. It’s a gene that influences sexual preference…” http://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2016/05/16/478204708/the-power-of-genes-and-the-line-between-biology-and-destiny (Links to an external site.) On how far science has come in isolating a “gay gene” – 37 minutes So in other words, if one twin is gay, the other twin will not necessarily be gay. It’s not 100 percent exactly the same, so we know that either genes or inter-uterine exposures, or some other factors, environments, have a powerful effect on this, society, culture has powerful effects on this. But we know, also, that there must be at least some genes involved, and if you look carefully at the patterns, it’s clear that … it’s not one single “gay gene,” that probably multiple genes are involved. I don’t even like that term, “gay gene,” I think it’s very misleading as an idea. It’s a gene that influences sexual preference. Of course, most of this work has been done in males. There’s very, very little evidence in females. Students write a 2 paragraph piece reacting to what they watched. The student should write about her/his/their opinion/analysis or reaction to the assigned DB topic. For her/his/their entry, each student must write a minimum of two paragraphs and 300 words. This entry must include proper APA (7th edition) citations and references.

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