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Unformatted text preview: is a frequent target of criticism by opponents of birth control and has also been criticized for supporting eugenics, but remains an iconic figure in the American reproductive rights movement. The Nelson Pill Hearings (compared to the Boston Tea Party) Women at hearings appauled by the fact that there were no women interviewed spoke out in court “Doing Gender” and “Complexion” Ethnomethodology ethnographic approach to sociological inquiry introduced by the American sociologist Harold Garfinkel. Ethnomethodology's research interest is the study of the everyday methods that people use for the production of social order (Garfinkel:2002). Ethnomethodology's goal is to document the methods and practices through which society's members make sense of their world “documentary method” Example of student experiment Body image distress Sex, sex categorization, & gender Concerns about the sexualization of children Learning gender Healing/recovering Interconnections between race, class, gender You need to think about H&R in a Gender Display much more holistic approach.. Female vs. male hands in advertising embracing and understanding that Benign- ness of the surround wholeness and being healthy has many Representations of masculinity more points to it Symbols of status Informed consent/ product packaging Manual labor as masculinity Law put in act to make sure there Social power vs. physical strength were instructions and warnings in packages Making Change Unit Women and fertility Resistance strategies: High dosage pills (3rd world nations) Education 11 Disloyalty/disobedience/traitorousness Separatism & Identity Politics Revolution (Paulo Freire) “…the oppressed must not in seeking to regain their humanity…become in turn oppressors of the oppressed, but rather restorers of the humanity of both. Thus, then is the great humanistic and historical task of the oppressed to liberate themselves and their oppressors as well. The oppressors who oppress, exploit, and rape by virtue of their power, cannot find in this power the strength to liberate either the oppressed or themselves. Only the power that springs from the weakness of the oppressed will be sufficiently strong to free...
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2014 for the course GWSS 200 taught by Professor Aanerdu during the Fall '12 term at University of Washington.

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