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           STUDY GUIDE- MIDTERM                                 Please bring student id and pencils to the exam!!!!!   TERMS: Gender/Race/Class Sex Gender Berdache Scripts of Masculinity/Femininity Socialization Race  One-drop Rule Ethnicity Class Feminization of Poverty Age Gender Theories/Theories of Inequality Micro/Macro Type Theories Biological Essentialist     Micro: 1) Sociobiology 2) Brain Lateralization Theories 3) Hormonal Theories Social Constructionist      Micro: 1) Psychoanalytic-  Freud                 Reproduction of Mothering- Nancy Chodorow 2) Social Learning Theories 3) Cognitive Development Theory       Macro: 1) Functional Theories 2) Ideological Theories
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Unformatted text preview: 3) Materialist Theories Marxist Feminist Engel’s Representations of women of color in Popular Culture Madonna/Whore Dichotomy Look at the podcasts and clips from Monroe and Dandridge The Body Male gaze Objectification Women’s Bodies and how they are Culturally Constructed Beauty Standard Body Image Eating Disorders Anorexia Nervosa Bulimia Compulsive Overeating Compulsive Exercising Plastic Surgery VIDEOS: Hip Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes To Wong Foo clip on gender Killing Us Softly III Tough Guise I Love Lucy/ Job Switching...
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  • Fall '07
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  • Social Learning Theories, Nancy Chodorow, Micro/Macro Type Theories, Feminist             Engel

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