Gender and industrialism

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08/02/2008 09:10:00 Gender and industrialism Gender roles changing rapidly in North America o “a woman’s place is in the home” 1900’s middle and upper class o Gender roles change in response to economic needs o Cultural ideas have changed Gender and sexualities Sexual orientation o A person’s habitual sexual attractions and activities Heterosexuality
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Unformatted text preview: Opposite sex Homosexuality Same sex Bisexuality Both sexes Asexuality Lack of attraction to either sex o Sexual norms vary considerably cross-culturally and through time Recent US trend has been to see sexual orientation as fixed and biologically based 08/02/2008 09:10:00 ← 08/02/2008 09:10:00 ←...
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