Apr2006_SOCPSYC_ Gender_Race_MEL

Apr2006_SOCPSYC_ Gender_Race_MEL - Race and Gender 1 Apr 06...

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1 social psychology and communication Race and Gender Apr 06
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2 1. Definitions 2. The importance of gender and ethnicity 3. Gender and ethnic expectations (beliefs, norms and roles) 4. How do we learn ethnic and gender identity? 5. Gender socialisation 6. What is the impact of gender socialisation? 7. Ethnic socialisation 8. What are the consequences of CMIO? LECTURE OUTLINE
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4 1.DEFINITIONS RACE: A classification based on physcial differences (skin colour and facial features) ETHNIC GROUP:
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5 1. DEFINITIONS SEX: A biological classification GENDER :
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6 Activity One Imagine you have just met someone new today. You are telling your parent about this person. Write, in 2-3 sentences, what you would tell your parent.
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7 2. THE IMPORTANCE OF GENDER & ETHNICITY - - - -
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8 WHAT DO YOU LIKE AND WHAT DO YOU DISLIKE ABOUT BELONGING TO YOUR GENDER? YOUR ETHNIC GROUP? (Remember NOT to give an answer based on physical factors e.g. my period, having to shave, giving birth, my skin colour, my nose, etc) 3.GENDER & ETHNIC EXPECTATIONS: Activity Two
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