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Followed by a list of possible answersWhat are open-ended questions?Allow people to answer in their own wordsA question of Socio-Biology or Feminism?Three schools of thought1.) Functionalist Perspective2.) Symbolic Interaction3.) 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 determinantsFeminism: 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 marxismFour Research Approaches:1.) Reflexivity in Scholarship2.) Centrality of Practice3.) Central Focus on Process4.) Rethinking Received Paradigms-- Goal: reduce inequality between men and womenSB - focuses on prenatal testosterone production-- when gender identity is formed-- levels of testosterone dictate masculinity regardless of socializationF-- Gender is separate from sex-- Gender is socialized from birthWhat is culture?The language beliefs and values, norms, behaviors, and material objects passed from one generation to the next
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?