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Hormones: Androgens, progesterone, estrogen, and testosterone - Brain Structure Rhetorical Implications of the Biological Approach - Historical: Biology was used as a reason to keep women from having the right to vote - Contemporary: Military decisions about women in combat are linked to this approaches Psychological Approaches - Mothering Theory (psychoanalytic) :throughout history mothers took care of the children. - Social Learning : children’s what they percive is how they should be living based on the sex they were born with. This is based from experience of the child. May choose to behave in the future. Rhetorical implications of the Psychological Approach:
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- Historical: - Used to keep women out of politics - A “feminine style” of public speaking emerged in the public sphere. - Contemporary: A “feminie style” becomes a strategy for feminists. Cultural Approaches - Symbolic Interactionism: not an individual but with interactions - Anthropology: Where that person can fit into that society and transfer. - Two - Culture Theory: there are two gendered cultures and therefore two different cultures Comm → gender & meaning XXXXX Pre-existing gender → communication XXXXX 01/23/2020 Rhetorical Implications of the cultural Approach - Historical: Led to the idea that women’s realm is the private and men’s is the “public” - Contemporary: Women’s distinct communication style is used in the second wave of the feminist movement Critical culture Approaches - Standpoint Theory: states that there are social groups (race, gender, class, society) that have different stands and views. - Social Constructionism - Gender as performance - Performativity and performance (Butler) Performance = conscious Performativity + subconscious - Multiracial and Global Feminism - Queer theory Rhetorical Implications of the Critical/Cultural Approach: - Historical : Women have historically used gendered characteristics that were intended to keep them from public life as strategies to gain a voice in public life. - Contemporary:
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