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10 Girls and Boys

10 Girls and Boys - SFL 354 Who has it worse Girls and the...

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SFL 354
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Who has it worse? Girls and the Triple Bind? Or Boys and 5 Factors?
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Who has it worse? My Basic Assumptions: Both groups have it worse
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Who has it worse? My Basic Assumptions: Both groups have it worse Both groups are under attack from the adversary and those to question the value of gender as a spiritual characteristic
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Who has it worse? My Basic Assumptions: Both groups have it worse Both groups are under attack from the adversary and those to question the value of gender as a spiritual characteristic Both authors are being alarmists (e.g., “virtually all of today’s teenage girls are struggling with challenges that threaten to overwhelm them.”)– why?
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Who has it worse? My Basic Assumptions: Both groups have it worse Both groups are under attack from the adversary and those to question the value of gender as a spiritual characteristic Both authors are being alarmists (e.g., “virtually all of today’s teenage girls are struggling with challenges that threaten to overwhelm them.”)– why? Both groups can cry “victim,” inviting gender battles and polarization
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The Case for Girls – why they have it worse Oppression Past = you can’t do anything Current = you must do everything
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The Case for Girls – why they have it worse Oppression Past = you can’t do anything Current = you must do everything Girls are at a higher risk of depression, eating disorders, and self-mutilation than boys. Rates of aggression and violence for girls have increased over the past 10-20 years.
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The Case for Girls – why they have it worse Oppression Past = you can’t do anything Current = you must do everything Girls are at a higher risk of depression, eating disorders, and self-mutilation than boys. Rates of aggression and violence for girls have increased over the past 10-20 years.
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