50%(2)1 out of 2 people found this document helpful
This preview shows page 1 - 2 out of 4 pages.
GENDER AND SOCIETY 50/50 BY MASTER BAITFreud believed that both genders were fundamentally congruent with prephallic development. =True"A boy's identification with his father enhanced his masculinity, it originated in innate active (or masculine) endeavors towards his mother."In this context, Freud regarded masculinity as the external gender.=FalseSex are the biological traits that societies use to assign people into either male or female, whether it be through genitalia.=TrueDuring the 17th Century, men in Europe would wear high heels to signify their education.=FalseIntersexuality describes variations on sex definitions related to ambiguous genitalia, sex organs, chromosomes, or hormones.=TrueFreud developed his theory of femininity and masculinity from the comparison between the actions of the two sexes after that discovery, which is what we now term __________________________.=gender role identityAn individual may refer him/herself as man or woman based on the biological characteristics that he/ she has.=TrueIn the patterns of the psychological perspective of gender differences, it is believed that girls are spending more time working from age three, while boys are spending more time in school.=FalseGender identity is defined as a personal conception of oneself as male or female(or rarely, both or neither). =TrueFreud also acknowledged that the Oedipus Complex insight in the processes of growth in girls was "unsatisfactory, incomplete, and ambiguous." =TruePenis envy or the masculinity complex was at the core of the female psyche in Freud's psychology, while castration fear was central in the man.=TrueThe development of sexual characteristics is affected by sociological development through a relationship with other people.