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GENDER AND TEENAGE SEXUALITY Week 11
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Kimmel (2008) Chapter 3 In less than 5 minutes, write down a brief response  to the Kimmel reading:  What did you find particularly interesting about this reading?  What aspects of Kimmel’s argument did you find questionable  or did you disagree with? In groups of three, share your initial reflections on  this reading.
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Kimmel (2008) Chapter 3 Who is Michael Kimmel? http://www.guyland.net/about.htm What is the meaning of the following quote:  “Masculinity is the relentless repudiation of the  feminine”? Kimmel discusses masculinity as a “homosocial”  experience.  What does Kimmel mean by this?  What  is your opinion of this assertion?
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Kimmel (2008) Chapter 3 According to Kimmel what is the nature of violence in  adolescent males? What does the author mean when he claims that for the  teenage male “violence is regenerative”? What is the main argument in this chapter? What does the Guy Code accomplish? In our society who creates and enforces the “Guy Code”?
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Kimmel (2008) Chapter 3 A media representation of the “Bro Code”: http://www.cbs.com/primetime/how_i_met_your_mother/ video/? pid=lmlpGBQAAcc_qV05WgwdetI_9fwQtGQF&vs=Default &play=true
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Group Presentations: 11/29, 12/1, 12/3,  12/6 Each group will have 20-30 minutes to report to the class  during the last four classes of the semester. The presentation  is the group's opportunity to teach the class about the  phenomenon and also about adolescent development and  how it plays out in popular culture and everyday life. One  person should give an overview of the topic based on your  joint research and the rationale you gave for studying it in  your proposal, and then each person should present on his/ her angle or subtopic. Everyone must present. Multimedia  presentations are welcome. Feel free to use visuals and  video. You may use power point, but it is not required.  Make sure you include some questions or issues for class  discussion.
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Discoveries: Due 11/29 During this phase, you will investigate the trend for  yourself. Group investigations are encouraged as long as  each member of the group participates and can document  what s/he specifically did. You might interview several teen  participants (at least 3-5), conduct a survey of at least 10  people.  In addition , you may go to an event, study websites  related to the trend, read books, go to films, or find some  other way to gain more firsthand experience. You will write  up your discoveries, including a description of what you did  and why, in approximately 500-1000 words.
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