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120.TopicOutline10 - 1 CSULB Instructor: George M. Scott...

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Unformatted text preview: 1 CSULB Instructor: George M. Scott ANTHROPOLOGY 120 INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY OUTLINETOPIC 10 SEX AND GENDER I. GENDER VS. SEX A. Sex ______________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________. B. Gender ___________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________. C. Not a Complete One-to-One Association 1. Yes for Heterosexuals___________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________. 2. No for Homosexuals____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________. II. MARGARET MEAD'S PIONEERING CROSS-CULTURAL STUDY OF GENDER ROLES (From Sex and Temperament in Three Primitive Societies 1935) A. The Arapesh ______________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________. B. The Mundugumor _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________. C. The Tchambuli ____________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________. D. Thus Femininity and Masculinity Are Not Entirely Biologically Based. III. BIOLOGICAL-UNIVERSAL REASONS FOR MALE DOMINANCE A. TestosteroneGreater Muscle MassGreater Strength (on the Average) B. Pregnancy and Birth (But Not Child Rearing) C. ?...
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