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Unformatted text preview: Instructor: Yeh, Hsinyi Instructor: Yeh, Hsinyi Institutions of society systematically subordinate individuals and groups based on their gender classification Structural sexism=gender stratification Both structural funtionalists and conflict theorists agree with the great influences of structural sexism Structural Sexism (1) Effects of structural sexism Example 1: gender discrimination in workplaces occupation sex segregation : the concentration of women in certain occupations and men in other occupations *gender-marked roles Example: male nurses (murses) Structural Sexism (2) Effects of structural sexism highly sex-segregated occupation Male-Dominated occupations Airplane pilots and navigators Automobile mechanics Construction workers Female-Dominated occupations Dental hygienists Secretaries Prekindergarten and kindergarten teachers Structural Sexism (3) When do you think that the United States would have a woman president?...
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