11-6 Gender and Identity

11-6 Gender and Identity - 11/6 GenderandIdentity Gender

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11/6 Gender and Identity Gender Gender Role patterns of behavior:   that females and males should adapt in a  particular society Gender-Role Norms:  society’s expectations of how a male and female  should   behave -Community -Agency Gender Role Stereotypes:  over generalized beliefs about what males and females are  like Gender Typing : -acquiring the motives, values, and patterns of behavior that a person’s culture  considers appropriate for members of their sex Step 1 : Knowledge that you are a boy or a girl Step 2 : Knowledge that gender is permanent Step 3 : Development of gender-role-stereotypes Step 4 : Development of gender-typed behaviors Gender-Role Theories Biosocial Theory - biological factors -social factors Psychoanalytical Theory -Oedipus Complex -Electra Complex Social Learning Theory -Differential Reinforcement
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-Observational Learning Kohlberg’s Theory of Gender-Typing
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2011 for the course DFST 1013 taught by Professor Fields-moore during the Spring '08 term at North Texas.

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