SOCE 145 04.22.08

SOCE 145 04.22.08 - SOCE 145 - 04.22.08 Violence and...

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SOCE 145 - 04.22.08 Violence and Masculinity Lorber Sapolsky Cornell Violent and Women Jackman Hird White Violence and Masculinity False image of mastery So much goes into it to convince others Masculinity is acquired and learned It is not essential and biologically fixed in men Violence is something men learn Man are not naturally violence, but they learn to be violent Women need to learn how to be nonviolence and nurturer Questions: What do you know of this sociologically construction? Women have to learn how to be feminine o Women can also be violent being Lorber o Gender is something that we consciously do o When gender is distributed are we awared o Gender is socially constructed o Gender is deeply embedded in every aspect of life o Gender is powerful depended on: 1. Achievement 2. Ascription o Behavior is ascribed to people
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o Western society - gender differences are based on biology (the reproductive organs) Sexually different Gender differences are value and behaviors that are taught by people; culturally determined o In different societies, the third gender - describe individuals who are considered to be neither women nor
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This note was uploaded on 01/05/2009 for the course SOC 620264 taught by Professor Evans during the Spring '08 term at UCSD.

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SOCE 145 04.22.08 - SOCE 145 - 04.22.08 Violence and...

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