Cognitive domain application and analysis answer

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Cognitive Domain: Application and Analysis Answer Location: Gender Learning in Childhood Difficulty Level: Hard 2. Kohlberg argued that once children have a concept of gender identity, and especially a concept of gender constancy, they essentially self-socialize. A more contemporary version of Kohlberg’s ideas is the gender self-socialization model. Explain the gender self-socialization model, including how it is related to stereotype emulation and identity construction.
Else-Quest and Hyde, The Psychology of Women and Gender 9e SAGE Publishing, 2018 identify with their gender, the more they view themselves as having the qualities specified by stereotypes about their gender. A second process is identity construction; the more that children engage in gender-stereotyped activities, the more identified with their own gender they become. In short, the culture provides plenty of information about acceptable behavior for boys and girls, but children do not always have to be forced to conform, so in many ways, they self-socialize. Cognitive Domain: Application and Analysis Answer Location: From Gender Identity to Gender Roles: Self-Socialization Difficulty Level: Hard 3. Explain how the motherhood mandate influences women’s decisions to become mothers. Specifically, how are child-free women typically treated in U.S. society and does this have an impact on women? How might this impact women who experience infertility?
Cognitive Domain: Application Answer Location: Motherhood Difficulty Level: Medium

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