HDFS 120 Ch3 - THE EVIDENCE PSYCHOANALYTIC/IDENTIFICATION...

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CHAPTER 3 GENDER ROLES I. GENDER ROLES: AN OVERVIEW A. Gender Roles, Gender Role Stereotypes, Master Status B. C. Gender Roles Over Time D. The Impact of Changing Gender Roles II. THEORIES OF GENDER ROLE SOCIALIZATION A. Pyschoanalytic/Identification Theory B. Social Learning Theory C. Cognitive Development Theory D. Enculturated Lens Theory III. AGENTS OF SOCIALIZATION A. Parents B. Language C. Peers and Play Activities D. Teachers E. Mass Media IV. CONSEQUENCES OF GENDER ROLE STEREOTYPES KEY TERMS GENDER GENDER ROLE GENDER ROLE STEREOTYPES MASTER STATUS GENDER ROLE EXPECTATIONS FUNCTIONAL DYSFUNCTIONAL CHANGING GENDER ROLES Social Factors: *education
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*labor force *divorce *life expectancy Social Movements: *women’s liberation THE IMPACT OF CHANGE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SEX AND GENDER Sex: biological Gender: social GENDER G *longevity *verbal ability *spatial skills *intimate friendships *languages *depression NATURE VS. NURTURE
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Unformatted text preview: THE EVIDENCE PSYCHOANALYTIC/IDENTIFICATION THEORY: FREUD THE THEORY: Children learn gender behaviors by identifying with same-sex parent STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES PSYCHOANALYTIC/IDENTIFICATI0N THEORY: CHODOROW THE THEORY: Gender identity related to parenting roles STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES SOCIAL LEARNING THEORY THE THEORY: Gender roles gender identity learned STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT THEORY THE THEORY: Childrens minds mature through interaction with the environment STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES ENCULTURATED LENS THEORY THE THEORY: Gender role learning occurs through enculturation ASSUMPTIONS *Gender polarization *Androcentrism *Biological Essentialism STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES AGENTS OF SOCIALIZATION Parents Language Peers and Play Activities Teachers Mass Media CONSEQUENCES OF GENDER ROLE STEROTYPING Lifestyle choices Self Esteem Sex Typing Self Confidence Mental Health Friendships Communication HDFSCh3Gender...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course HDFS 120 taught by Professor Jarrett during the Spring '08 term at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

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HDFS 120 Ch3 - THE EVIDENCE PSYCHOANALYTIC/IDENTIFICATION...

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