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Date: ___________________ Gender and Nonverbal Communication Week 9 Gender Roles 0. Proper Behavior, 1. IDENTITY - 2. ROLE - Are Western constructions of gender universal? 0. Margaret Mead (1935) 0. Important Finding: Egalitarian Gender Roles 1. Equality for all 2. Examples: 1. II. Gender Socialization 3. Helps to develop a distinct gender identity 4. By age 3 0. Distinct nonverbal behavioral differences between males and females Sex vs. Gender 0. Sex: 1. Gender: 1
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2. How do kids learn that boys do (masculine) things and girls to (feminine) things? 3. How do boys and girls develop different nonverbal behaviors? 4. Theories help explain….. THEORIES 5. 1. 6. 2. Psychoanalytic 7. 3. Cognitive Development 8. 4. 1. Reinforcement 2. Modeling Socialization Socialization: Feminine and Masculine 5. Sex Differences Parent Gender Socialization Parent-Child Interactions Differ Offer girls more help than boys Girls are taught to depend -Boys learn independence 2
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Toys and Gender Socialization GIRLS BOYS Why do Toys Matter?
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