Followed by a list of possible answers What are open ended questions Allow

Followed by a list of possible answers what are open

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Followed by a list of possible answers What are open-ended questions? Allow people to answer in their own words A question of Socio-Biology or Feminism? Three schools of thought 1.) Functionalist Perspective 2.) Symbolic Interaction 3.) Conflict theories - New theory: socio-biology perspective and the feminist perspective (seem to be in direct opposition) -Sociobiology: Application of evolutionary theory to sociology -- reduces behavior to biological determinants -- humans are primarily driven by genetic and physiological determinants Feminism: attempts to connect structural influences on both macro and micro environments -- Derived partly from conflict perspective -- Focus: around gender and equality shaping power structure within a society vs marxism Four Research Approaches: 1.) Reflexivity in Scholarship 2.) Centrality of Practice 3.) Central Focus on Process 4.) Rethinking Received Paradigms -- Goal: reduce inequality between men and women SB - focuses on prenatal testosterone production -- when gender identity is formed -- levels of testosterone dictate masculinity regardless of socialization F -- Gender is separate from sex -- Gender is socialized from birth What is culture? The language beliefs and values, norms, behaviors, and material objects passed from one generation to the next
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What is not culture? What are the three main components of culture? What must people keep in mind about culture? What is the Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis? What are subcultures? What are counter cultures? What is material culture?
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