Oct 10 Gender and Families part 2

Oct 10 Gender and Families part 2 - Change to Reading...

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Change to Reading Schedule Regarding the readings for October 17 th , the required Blackwood reading, “Sexuality and Gender in Certain Native American Tribes”, is now recommended . In its place, the Lancaster reading, “Subject Honor and Object Shame”, is now required . This reading was previously listed as recommended.
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Gender and Families, Part 2 October 10 th , 2007
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Pleistocene Conditions Genetic Adaptation Evolutionarily “Fit” Female/Male Thought Behavioral Patterns -Pleistocene Epoch (from 1.8 million to 12,000 year ago) -Pleistocene = Environment of Evolutionary Adaptation (EEA) Genetic Adaptation promotes: -survival under conditions of the Pleistocene EEA -maximization of reproductive success in the Pleistocene EEA -SURVIVING LONG ENOUGH TO REPRODUCE
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Bio-Determinism Bio-Potentiality * Universalism *Variability *Reductionism *Holism *Individualism *Collectivism Thought is seen as: *Hard-wired Program *Re-writable Program *Fixed/Static *Fluid/Flexible
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