Chapter 13- gender stratification

Chapter 13- gender stratification - Chapter 13- Gender...

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Chapter 13- Gender Stratification GENDER AND INEQUALITY - gender refers to the personal traits/ social positions that society attaches to being male or female -it involves hierarchy or ranking men and women diff. by power, wealth & other resources Differences -males are 10% taller, 20% heavier, 30% stronger than girls on avg. -guys excel in adolescence in math skills, and women in verbal skills Gender in Global Perspective - Israeli Kibbutzim believes in treating men and women the same from birth to make the definition of what’s masculine and feminine closer (men and women share in both work and decision making) - Margaret Mead’s research showed that culture is key to gender and definition of what’s masculine and feminine - George Murdoch found mostly that men hunted and fought wars while women did domestic work because of child bearing qualities Patriarchy and Sexism - Patriarchy : society where males dominate females - Matriarchy
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This note was uploaded on 12/20/2009 for the course SOCIOLOGY 1020 taught by Professor None during the Spring '05 term at UWO.

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