01.28.10 - Comm Gender 01.28.10 Creating A Framework...

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Creating A Framework CHAPTER 1 Studying Gendered Communication - All people, regardless of gender, are similar in some ways and different in others, overlapping with each other at different points. Becoming Gendered - We are taught rules and we are pressured to adhere to different gendered norms. - How we are gendered depends in part, on our social class, race, and ethnicity. Communicative Activities - In the U.S., the day-to-day communicative activities of men and women have become more and more similar in the last few decades - I Love Lucy episode - “Job Switching” Gender Changes: Men - Taking on more relational roles - Participating in care-giving activities - Participating in home-planning activities - Providing a sounding board Gender Changes: Women - Taking on more task-related roles outside the home - Bringing office work home - Increasingly responsible for economic well-bring of family Thinking About Our Gendered World - Gender is part of identity - How we are gendered depends upon social class, race and ethnicity
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