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Kristin Schilt, “Just one of the Guys: How Transmen Make Gender Visible at Work” 09/15/11 Soci 1 Blair-Loy Schilt UCSD
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Schilt illustrates Kimmel themes, cont. Complex relationship btw biology and gender Multiple masculinities, multiple femininities Gender inequalities at work 09/15/11 Soci 1 Blair-Loy Schilt UCSD
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Schilt illustrates Kimmel themes, cont. Gender (male privilege) often invisible at work Maleness is neutral standard Gender is taken-for-granted, naturalized Most of us have no idea what it would feel like to be other gender (from other planet) Formal & legal gender equality Male privilege masked; assumed to be in the natural order of things 09/15/11 Soci 1 Blair-Loy Schilt UCSD
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Schilt: Different theories for pay and advancement gap Human capital: workers fairly rewarded for their skills, ability, productivity – men more productive (Reskin & Padavic) Social structures reward men more highly for human capital Devaluation of women E.g., Corrice: recommendation letter and resume studies; Correll et al. 2007 resume study, etc.
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