Debunking Gender Misconceptions

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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style Debunking Gender Misconceptions AED 204 9/13/09 Students shouldnt have to fight to defend themselves.. The should all be Are we better Girls vs. boys  The age old misconception that boys are better than girls or girls are better than boys has always tended to stay around. The truth be told both boys and girls are equally as important to all walks of life. Whether it be mentally or physically one sex will always believe that they are superior to the other when it comes down to it.  The fact of the matter is that boys and girls Stereotypes  Definition of Stereotypes: Sociology. a simplified and standardized conception or image invested with special meaning and held in common by members of a group: The cowboy and Indian are American stereotypes. Boys are more suited for and more interested in math and science than girls.  This statement was recognized by myself and my peers in discussion and the conclusion was that the statement is false.  While most people believe that girls are better at the academic parts of school, I can not help to think that it truly depends on the person and the situation. While some boys may be better at certain subjects, the same rule would apply to girls for certain subjects. So my What should we do?  Debunking is a very unfamiliar term to me. Debunking is a very unfamiliar term to me....
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