In the Fatherhood and Testerone article what do the authors suggest is one

In the fatherhood and testerone article what do the

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3.In the “Fatherhood and Testerone” article what do the authors suggest is one likely explanation for previously observed health disparities between partnered fathers and single men? a.Studies have shown that partnered fathers have lower T compared to single menb.Once they become stabilized in a partnership and became a fatherc.High involvement in childcare lowers Td.High T helps to find a mate then lowers once relationship is stabilized 4.In the anthropological literature on masculinity to date, according to the article, "Trafficking in Men: The Anthropology of Masculinity" by Gutmann, much attention has been paid to what? 5.In Gutman’s article, “Trafficing in men” what are the four distinct ways that anthropologists define and use the concept of masculinity and the related notions of male identity, men’s roles, manhood and manliness? What is a third gender?
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Week Seven and Eight -Lecture Two Men’s Health, ‘summary of causes,’ be able to talk about the three categories which help explain differences in male mortality rates. 1. Be able to define and talk about Gender Equity (from wk 7 Gender and Health Lecture). What are the leading causes of death worldwide for women? (Chart from 2011). a. Gender Equity means fairness and justice in the distribution of benefits and responsibilities between women and men and often requires women-specific projects and programs to end existing inequalities b. Leading causes of death for women (IN ORDER) i. Heart disease ii. Stroke iii. Lower respiratory inflammation iv. Chronic obstructive pain v. Diarrhoeal disease vi. Diabetes vii. HIV/AIDS viii. Hypersensitive heart disease ix. Preterm birth complications x. East cancer Be sure and be able to answer end of the chapter questions from “Listen, Here is a Story” Review weekly directed reading questions. Key Terms Anisogamy - Sexual reproduction by the fusion of similar gametes biological determinists - People who believe human behavior is innate, determined by genes, brain size or biological attributes domestic public dichotomy - Strong differentiation between the home and the outside world - The activities of the domestic sphere tend to be performed by women.
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