346 Gender - Reflected in Stereotypes which Sexualize...

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Systems of Power and Inequality: Gender RCG Lecture Notes Prof. Thing
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Conceptualizing Gender Gender: Social Construction Gender: NOT a Biological Imperative Gender: Rooted in Social Institutions Gender Structures Relationships Between and Among Women and Men Gender Learned Through Gender Socialization
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Gender: Individual and Structural Levels Individual Level: Gender Identity Structured in Social Institutions Gendered Institution : Total Pattern of Gender Relations in Various Sectors of Social Life Structural Analysis Vital for Social Change Gender Constructed Differently Depending on Social Location of Different Groups
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Gender: Definitions Sexism : Belief in Superiority of Men; Interacts with Racism, Elitism and Heterosexism to Construct Stereotypes Gender oppression Maintained Through Multiple Systems (e.g., Race, Class) -
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Unformatted text preview: Reflected in Stereotypes which Sexualize Groups in Particular ways. R.W. Connell: The Question of Gender Gender Seems Natural Beliefs and Norms Support Idea of Gender Divisions as Natural Laws: Effort to Channel Behavior Legislators, Priests, Parents, Teachers, Talk Show Hosts etc., Circulate Ideas of Appropriate Gender Behavior Simone De Beauvoir: One is not born, but rather becomes, a woman R.W. Connell: The Question of Gender Gender Not Simply Imposed from Outside Construct Ourselves as Masculine or Feminine We Claim a Place in the Gender Order Gender Regime : Pattern in Gender Arrangements of an Institution Gender Order : Overall Patterning of Gender Regimes Together with Gender Patterning of Culture and Personal Life...
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