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HD 216 Prelim 2 Study Guide Spring 2008 Exam Date: April 3, 2008 Time: 1:25-2:40 Place: Statler Auditorium Exam format: 50 multiple choice questions Material covered on exam: lectures and readings from Feb 21, Gender Identity, through March 25, Sexuality. You should know all of the material covered in lectures from Feb 21 through March 25. From the readings, focus on the following questions and issues. In the case of articles on empirical studies you should also be familiar with the methods and findings . You will need to be able to apply the course concepts to the cases , which could require knowing the major facts and issues covered in a case. Gender Identity Steinberg, pp. 297-299: What is androgyny? Explain the gender intensification hypothesis and how it relates to boys and girls in adolescence. Describe Gilligan’s theory of the loss of voice in adolescent girls. How did Harter find that gender role identity is related to loss of voice in girls? How are masculinity, femininity and androgyny related to self image and peer acceptance in adolescent boys and girls? Steinberg, pp. 325: What did Harter find was the relationship between adolescents’ gender role orientation and the social support they received from others and loss of voice? Brown & Gilligan: Why do Brown and Gilligan call their methodology more of a literary and clinical approach? In describing their Listener’s Guide, Brown and Gilligan say that they listen to an interview four times. What are the four things they are listening for? What evidence do Brown and Gilligan offer that girls move from a real to an idealized self as they move from childhood to adolescence? Sexual Identity Steinberg, pp. 383-386: What percent of adolescent boys and what percent of adolescent girls report having strong same- sex attractions or engaged in same-sex activity during adolescence? What percent of adolescents identify themselves as gay, lesbian or bisexual?
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Do the majority of gay, lesbian, and bisexual adults report that they engaged in heterosexual activity as adolescents? Of those individuals who do not develop an exclusive preference for heterosexual relationships, do most report that they are exclusively homosexual or bisexual? What are the differences between sexual orientation, sex-role behavior, and gender identity?
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