Lecture 2.26_

Lecture 2.26_ - Lecture 2.26 Patriarchy promotes sexual...

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Lecture 2.26 Patriarchy promotes sexual stereotypes A stereotype is an unjustifiably fixed notion of a person, social group, or thing; often a rigid, standardized mental picture. Ex: Abraham enraged after bustier. He’s aware of the stereotype and he’s gonna prevent that from affecting Selena Stereotypes are inaccurate Rigid & standardized notions leave no space for individual differences, for how people actually are Nobody thought the bustier bas bad, it’s just performance leads to intolerance 7 subordination ex: UCS medical center Chicanas available for use (by white men) as sexual objects eroticization – consider primarily as sexual in character exoticization – consider primarily exotic also applied to Euroamerican women
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PSYCH 1 taught by Professor Fridlund during the Winter '08 term at UCSB.

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Lecture 2.26_ - Lecture 2.26 Patriarchy promotes sexual...

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