By looking at anthropological findings in tribal societies sociologists can see

By looking at anthropological findings in tribal

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30.By looking at anthropological findings in tribal societies, sociologists can see fluidity in gender, which helps us see that the boundaries within our own system of gender:a.are biologically fixed.c.are emotionally guided.b.may not be stable.d.are psychologically established.____31.According to your text, a hijrain India is a group of men who opt to have their penises surgically removed and renounce sexual desire and practice. Which of the following statements is NOT true according to your text?
____32.In Navajo tribes, there are three genders. Which of the following is NOT one of their gender categories?____33.In the seventeenth century, Rubenesque women were considered beauties because when food was scarce, a plump woman was a sign of good health, wealth, and attractiveness. What was the catalyst that made food plentiful and changed the standard of beauty for women?____34.Michael Kimmel found that in the eighteenth century, the ideal man was very different than the modern-day ideal man. The ideal man in the 1700s was:a.a heavy drinker who had a reputation for wooing the ladies.b.strong, boorish, and muscled.c.physically fit, interested in sports, and focused on his business ventures.d.a quiet and nerdy intellectual who enjoyed writing poetry.____35.Sociologist Cynthia Fuchs Epstein argues that deceptive distinctions are those sex differences that arise out ofthe roles individuals occupy, rather than from some innate force. Which of the following is NOT an example of deceptive distinctions?____36.Which of the following would NOT be considered a positive trait or characteristic for a man within today’s hegemonic masculinity?____

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