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Cultural Anth. Video on Food 3/10/14
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Drill- Religion & Rites of Passage 3/10/14 Common Theme : understanding of things which can’t be physically defined Liminiality : phase where you are neither a child or adult  Color = yellow “almost ripe” Phases Separation Liminal Initiation Egalitarianism Gender roles muted Everyone pointed at a destiny Leader Reintegration Communitas : feeling you get when going through a liminal phase with others
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Cultural Anth. “Gender & Inequalities” 3/12/14 Learning Objectives Distinguish between sex & gender Understand that gender expectations vary between cultures Recall the consequences of gender inequality Introduction Many people think in terms of a sex-gender-sexual orientation triad  For some people, sex & gender will coincide ( Cisgender ) I myself am biologically a female, and believe myself to be female Transgender  (Opposite) Sex Biologically determined Men have X & Y chromosome Women have X & X chromosome Humans are  somewhat  sexually dimorphic  Sexual Dimorphism = differences in male & female biology besides the contrasts in  breasts & genitals  Ex . Male gorilla is big while female is small Males tend to be larger than females Examples: voice, hair distribution, average size, strength & longevity Gender Socially determined
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