SGS #7 - Grant Casserly March 18, 2007 SGS: M-2-2:50...

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Grant Casserly March 18, 2007 SGS: M-2-2:50 Homework #7 Development from birth, discovering the actions and behaviors of children from their youth and the effects it has on their adulthood. Through the articles “Girls and Boys Together” and “The Punishing Room,” so social construction of gender is completely ideological. Focusing mainly on the school and the many settle differences it creates like friendships, lunchtime, playground, and punishment. Is everyone’s life premeditated? Separation is occurring under our noise with no thought. In Girls and Boys Together, “much segregation happened with no mention of gender” but when “friendships and shared interest came into play,” most separated themselves automatically (142). This participation is the set “norm” and gives children no worries of becoming different, uncomfortable, or outcast in society. In “The Punishing Room” however, the social “norm” was expressed in boys being outspoken and girls holding everything in. This concept is brought to sight through the punishments teachers give to
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SGS #7 - Grant Casserly March 18, 2007 SGS: M-2-2:50...

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