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Chapter 4 Contemporary Gender Roles

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3/1/12 Chapter 4 Contemporary Gender Roles 1/2 www2.fiu.edu/agirardc/3120ch4.7.htm Lec. 7. ChaSWeU 4 CRQWePSRUaU\ GeQdeU RROeV I. UQdeUVWaQdiQg GeQdeU aQd GeQdeU RROeV A. geQdeU: male & female in social sense (cultural identity) vs. sex in bio. sense B. UROe: culturally defined expectations for individual to fulfill in given situation C. geQdeU-UROe VWeUeRW\Se: rigid view each sex has unique psychology/behavior 1. e.g. PeQ aUe aggUeVViYe: not only untrue for men perse,but to individual D. geQdeU-UROe aWWiWXdeV: views about appropria male/fem personality & activity E. SaWUiaUchaO V\VWePV: males dom political/econ sys;have interpersonal power a. PaWUiaUchaO V\VWePV: have not been evident, although more equal sys F. beUdacheV: live as mem of opposite sex in some Asian/Native-Am societies G. AUaSeVh Rf NeZ GXiQea: males/females possess fem traits by West. standards 1. MXQdXgXPRU: both sex masculine by Western standards—violent, etc H. BiSROaU GeQd RROeV: model see males only instrumental,fem only expressive a. AcWXaO dif:
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