Question 260 out of 05 points how is the concept of

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Question 260 out of 0.5 pointsHow is the concept of the "naturalization" of gender differences used and to what ends (in academic work on gender)?SelectedAnswer:An increasingly popular scientific approach that demonstrates that these gender differences are based in biology rather than social processes.Answers:An increasingly popular scientific approach that demonstrates that these gender differences are based in
biology rather than social processes.A critique of the ways in which “naturalistic” (physiological) explanations of gender difference are supported by culture, mass media, religion, knowledge systems (e.g., science and medicine).An important part of the self-help movement that shows thatgender differences are normal, natural, and to be expected, that conflict arises out of the mistaken assumption that suchdifferences can and should be changed, a set of exercises meant to help individuals come to terms with their inner essence.
Question 270.5 out of 0.5 pointsBecause the majority of their transactions are not as standardized as their counterparts, male and transgender sex workers may have to continually renegotiate the terms of the sexual exchange with their customers. This is said to make sex workers more vulnerable in that they may have to compromise their sexual boundaries in order to complete the exchange. The most common compromises made by these workers include:
Question 280.5 out of 0.5 pointsIn many situations, gender________________ can exacerbate, or lead toa greater degree of stigma, than sexual orientation alone.
Question 290.5 out of 0.5 points________________ refers to the common belief that men’s and women’s attitudes, personalities, etc. are different because they were born thatway, and that gendered body differences are universal,trans-historical, and permanent.
Question 300.5 out of 0.5 pointsThe medical model of sex / sexuality includes the following components:Selected Answer:all of the aboveAnswers:a view of the body as a hydraulic sexual machine, with an innate, natural essence or drive “contained in" and "released from" the bodya response to violations of gender and sexuality rules through sexual/social control (“treatment”, “therapy”)the moral authority to define / classify deviant sexuality as sick or as healthyall of the above

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