Chapter 13-Emotional Social Develop Middle PartIV

Infants, Children, and Adolescents (6th Edition)

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Chapter 13: Emotional and Social Development in Middle Childhood Gender Typing
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Gender Development Children’s understanding of gender broadens in middle childhood, and their gender change as well Development differs for boys and girls Development varies considerably across cultures
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Gender-Stereotyped Beliefs Children extend their gender- stereotyped beliefs that they acquired in early childhood Label some traits as more typical of one sex than the other based on
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Gender-Stereotyped Beliefs Able to recognize which areas are and which are and influence children’s preferences
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Gender-Stereotyped Beliefs
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Unformatted text preview: seem to hold a more general stereotype of as smarter than females Cross-cultural study Gender-Stereotyped Beliefs School-age children do have a flexible view of what males and females can do Gender typing is a rather than phenomenon Express dislike in response to certain gender violations Gender Identity and Behavior Boys “masculine” role Girls’ identification with “feminine” attributes Cultural Influences on Gender Typing Greater influence from subcultures in which the gap between male and female roles is especially wide. Influence of social and economic conditions...
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This note was uploaded on 11/19/2008 for the course EDPSY 250 taught by Professor Williams during the Spring '07 term at Ball State.

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