Lecture 11_Gender Identity

Lecture 11_Gender Identity - Gender Identity Gender...

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Gender Identity 0. Gender Identity: 0. Identification and acceptance of self as male or female. 1. Gender Roles: 1. Behaviors that are typically associated with males and females. Gender Identity in Childhood 2. Infants: 2. Face recognition 3. Auditory distinctions 3. Toddlers and Young Children 4. Some knowledge of gender typical behavior and toys. 5. Girls notice more so than boys Gender Identity and Family 4. Parent(s) and Sibling(s) behaviors 6. Social Learning theory: 7. Cognitive Developmental theory: 8. Father vs. Mother influence 9. Single parent families 10.Parents Choices 11.Siblings Gender Identity and Peers 5. Same-sex friends 12.The Boys 13.The Girls 6. Mixed-sex friends Gender Identity and Media 0. Can create a standard- “the norm”
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1. The media is not real life 0. Synthesized realism: blend of fiction and reality appearing to be a realistic portrayal; however, is false 2. Gender Bias 1. Men and women and different stereotypical categories. 3. Commercials
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