ch 13 - Sex v. Gender as a Label Chapter Thirteen Sex is a...

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1 Chapter Thirteen Gender Psych 350 Fal 2008 2 Sex v. Gender as a Label Sex is a biological term: ! Refers to the functional differences associated with male and female reproductive potential ! Male and female are biological terms Gender is a psychological term: ! Refers to the behaviors exhibited by males and females Psych 350 Fal 2008 3 Gender Stereotype Gender (Gender Role) Stereotype ! Expectations or beliefs about male and female behavior ! May not be based on actual differences ! May differ across cultures Psych 350 Fal 2008 4 Gender Identity Gender Identity ! Person's private, subjective sense of maleness or femaleness ! Undergoes developmental change Brown, P.L. (2006). Supporting Boys or Girls When the Line Isn’t Clear. New York Times, 12/1/06 Psych 350 Fal 2008 5 Theories of Gender Development Kohlberg’s Theory " GENDER IDENTITY: Knowledge, usually gained by three years, that one is male or female, can classify others, usually on the basis of appearance, dress, etc. " GENDER STABILITY:
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ch 13 - Sex v. Gender as a Label Chapter Thirteen Sex is a...

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