Soci 101 Notes 9.28

Soci 101 Notes 9.28 - Secondary sex characteristics develop...

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Gender Reflect on recent experience with someone, do not expose gender Last Saturday, I went to this person's room and watched the football game, and drank soda, and ate pizza. During the game, our team wasn't playing well, and we both swore loudly and yelled at the tv. How do we tell whether someone is a man or a woman? Private Parts (primary sex characteristic - present at birth) Clothes Facial haiar Voice tone Body type/build Hair Make-up Name Accessories Walk/gestures Facial features Eye contact Sex --> Biology (male, female) Gender -->social construct(ways of presenting yourself)
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Unformatted text preview: Secondary sex characteristics: develop at puberty (breasts, adam's apple) Markers of Gender - everything else not inherent through biology Men Sports Competitive Protective Independent Strong Muscular Emotional Leader Professional Hairy Broad Shoulders Short Hair Loose clothes Pants/shorts No dresses/skirts Deep Minimal jewelry No make-up Manly strut Interests Like girls Women Curvy Higher-pitched voice Long hair Soft skin Smells nice Delicate features Emotional Physically weaker Thin Artsy Make-up Minimal body hair Like men...
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This note was uploaded on 01/22/2010 for the course SOCI 101 taught by Professor Shanahan during the Fall '08 term at UNC.

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