Wk 6A Veiling - Today's Agenda Cultural Construction of...

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Today’s Agenda Cultural Construction of Gender Identity, Roles and Relations: Contested Traditions Gender-based identities Veiled Traditions
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Gender as a Culturally Constructed Category Gender: describes the sets of culturally prescribed behaviors, actions and functions assigned to a particular sex Sex: refers to the biological or “chromosomal’ physical identity which separates males from females In addition to biology, gender determined by: How the body is held; The tone of voice; The choice of vocabulary; Facial expressions; Dress; Physical space
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A tradition whose meaning or value or significance is debated by different stakeholders, each of whom has a particular “stake” --an economic, political, ideological rationale for, and investment in, his/her position Terms of the Debate: The protest rhetorically serves to present tradition as a "problem" in the ethical modernization of society.
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This note was uploaded on 05/15/2010 for the course ANT 302 taught by Professor Seriff during the Spring '07 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Wk 6A Veiling - Today's Agenda Cultural Construction of...

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