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Quiz 11. (RIGHT ANSWER) How is the concept of the "naturalization" ofgender differences used and to what ends (in academic work ongender)?SelectedAnswer:A critique of the ways in which “naturalistic” (physiological)explanations of gender difference are supported by culture,mass media, religion, knowledge systems (e.g., science andmedicine).Answers:An increasingly popular scientific approach thatdemonstrates that these gender differences are based inbiology rather than social processes.A critique of the ways in which “naturalistic” (physiological)explanations of gender difference are supported by culture,mass media, religion, knowledge systems (e.g., science andmedicine).An important part of the self-help movement that shows thatgender differences are normal, natural, and to be expected,that conflict arises out of the mistaken assumption that suchdifferences can and should be changed, a set of exercisesmeant to help individuals come to terms with their inneressence.
Question 20.5 out of 0.5 pointsOur orientation to the class offered the following “take home”point:
Question 30 out of 0.5 pointsWhat are the implications of mothers not discussing gays and lesbians with their children?
Question 40 out of 0.5 pointsAccording to theorist Michele Foucault, dominant social institutions (i.e. law,medicine, religion) primarily use their power to manipulate broader socialmeanings of sexuality and sexual practices:
Question 50.5 out of 0.5 pointsThe system of ideas that shape gender roles, norms, andbehaviors is referred to as:SelectedAnswer:gender ideologyAnswers:genderattributiongender ideologygendercategorizationgender identity
Question 60.5 out of 0.5 pointsThe idea that gender is a something one “does” or performs signifies that:

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Term
Spring
Professor
katsulis
Tags
Human Sexuality, Sexual intercourse

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