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16. ____________ made many controversial statements about women’s sexuality, including the idea that women
17. How do mothers “teach” their children heteronormativity when discussing “falling in love” with their children? 18. Also known as systems theory, ______________ held that society was organized into parts, each of which had a specific function to fill. This perspective also held that things worked best when each person knew her or his role and stuck to it. Those who did not fit these standards were labeled “dysfunctional” and “deviant”. 19. _____________ theorists question the usefulness of universal, all-encompassing grand theories to explain the social world, arguing that there is no “right” way of seeing or describing the world, and that no two people share the same reality. Postmodern Intersectionality Social constructionist Conflict20. This perspective held that the systems surrounding marriage, family, and sexuality were not running smoothly at all, and that social norms are oppressive to many, especially those that did not conform to those norms. Thus, the status quo needed to be reexamined and potentially eliminated.