BIOLOGICAL DIFFERNCES_ higher levels of aggression are common in males, for example, in other specie

BIOLOGICAL DIFFERNCES_ higher levels of aggression are common in males, for example, in other specie

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3/1/12 BIOLOGICAL DIFFERNCES: higher levels of aggression are common in males, for example, in other spe« 1/1 www2.fiu.edu/~girardc/2010gender.11.htm GENDER AND SOCIAL INEQUALITY GENDER: notions “femininity”“masculinity:”not bio but soc dif—hair style, cloth, traits 1. tXeV: all soc assume part hum nature; tot flex or genetic boundaries for change? 2. MaugaueW Mead (1935) VWXd\ rf 3 NeZ GXiqea TuibeV: show soc variation a.AuaseVh: 2 sex fem:gentle,passive;agres/posses discour;=sex drive,2 childcare b.MXqdXgXPru: 2 masc,violent,agg; cannibals;fem dread preg,dislike nursing c.TchaPbXoi: role revl;fem dom,no ornaments,maj providers; men nurture child 3. FeP >deoicaWe Peq?: US laws restrict wgt; hvy burden fem job trad soc a. MrVW SXb-Sahauaq Af: agric labor unsuitable men; husb on horse/fem foot BIOLOGICAL DIFFERNCES: 1.aggueVVirq: > for men oth species, e.g. rhesus monkeys:@ all cultures. can be affected by changes sex hormones. Suggest, no proof: >levels of in males part bio
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