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Chapter4 - FYI In 1995 a Miami Wal-Mart pulled a T-shirt from its shelves when some customers complained Designed by a 70 year old psychologist the

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FYI In 1995, a Miami Wal-Mart pulled a T-shirt from its shelves when some customers complained. Designed by a 70 year old psychologist, the caption read: “Transsexuals like to switch” “Homosexuals are people too” “Someday a woman will be president” “Monogamy stinks”
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HOW PERCEPTIONS OF BEAUTY AND OTHER ELEMENTS OF SOCIAL LIFE COMBINE TO FORM A SYSTEM THAT GIVES MEN THE UPPER HAND
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THE DIFFERENCES SEX - BIOLOGICAL DIFFERENCES HORMONAL, ANATOMICAL, ETC. DETERMINANTS OF MALE OR FEMALE GENDER - LEARNED DIFFERENCES ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIORS THAT CHARACTERIZE ONE SEX OR THE OTHER GENDER ROLES - BEHAVIOR PATTERNS LEARNING TO BECOME MASCULINE AND FEMININE THROUGH SOCIAL INTERACTION GENDER IDENTITY A PERSON’S EMOTIONAL AND INTELLECTUAL AWARENESS OF BEING EITHER MALE OR FEMALE
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NATURE BELIEF THAT DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE SEXES ARE: INNATE, BIOLOGICAL, PHYSIOLOGICAL, DUE TO HEREDITY, AND FAIRLY FIXED NURTURE BELIEF THAT DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE SEXES ARE: LEARNED, PSYCHOLOGICAL, SOCIAL, CULTURAL, DUE TO ENVIRONMENT, AND ARE CHANGEABLE
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SOCIAL LEARNING THEORY LEARNING THROUGH DIRECT REWARD AND PUNISHMENT FOR SOCIAL INTERACTIONS COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT THEORY
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course SOC 315 taught by Professor Fey during the Summer '08 term at ASU.

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Chapter4 - FYI In 1995 a Miami Wal-Mart pulled a T-shirt from its shelves when some customers complained Designed by a 70 year old psychologist the

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