CAT1 lecture 10-3

CAT1 lecture 10-3 - CAT 1 LECTURE 10/3/06 Paper #1 : 2...

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CAT 1 LECTURE 10/3/06 - Paper #1 : 2 pages, double-spaced, summarize the argument Kessler puts forward in the Lessons from the Intersexed chapter. Then, give a 1-paragraph response to the argument. Use citations if needed, put page #s? No bibliography needed, include name is TA section/name o There are 3 types of people here Families with intersexed infants Doctors who treat intersexed infants Kessler herself o Kessler is studying the doctors , not the infants o The points she wants to make relate to the doctors’ attitudes, not to the babies themselves - purpose of CAT: think about ideas in terms of the way that they shape our lives - some people refuse to accept the authorities that define formally-defined categories, and there are some authorities that have some impact on naturally evolving categories true, but when we’re studying human life, it almost inevitably gets messy. Social scientists try to clarify things as faras possible, but “naturally evolving categories” and “formally defined categories” are not
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CAT1 lecture 10-3 - CAT 1 LECTURE 10/3/06 Paper #1 : 2...

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