- Supported by Scott Coltrane
o 53) Sociologist Scott Coltrane found that the closer the relationship between
father and son, the higher the status of women is likely to be
- When male and females take on each others roles, there is less separ
Singapore Goals and strategies
The overall goal of the new population policy may be characterized as "population rejuvenation"
in the broadest sense of the term. The policy is intended to address three anticipated trends
concerning the future quantity and
Crittenden pages 1-44
Page 1. The very definition of a mother is selfless service to another. We dont owe Mother
for her gifts; she owes us.
Page 2. As [Larry] Summers well knows, in the modern economy, two-thirds of all wealth is
created by human skills,
Crittenden pages 45-60
10) The standard rationale for the status quo is that women choose to have children,
and in so doing, choose to accept the trade-offs that have ensued. Explain. Is it enough
to say, this is womens choice?
(see also, page 57, wives l
Privilege/oppression and responsibility
Of the 3 steps of the dialectical process, society is currently in the second phase. The thesis is
everyone only has 1 race. The antithesis is people are mixed rac
What is gendered?
o 16) I believe that individual boys and girls become gendered that is we learn
the appropriate behaviors and traits that are associated with hegemonic
masculinity and exaggerated femininity, and then we each, individually,
Two tasks are to explain gender difference and gender inequality or difference and
o 1) When we speak about gender we also speak about hierarchy, power, and
inequality, not simply difference
o 3) we are not neces
- 2) Are men and women different because they are hard wired to be different, or are
they different because theyve been taught to be? Is biology destiny, or is that human
beings are more flexible, and thus subject to change?
- Biological de
Temple Grandin Response
It quickly became clear why Temple Grandin attracted so much attention on Babsons
campus last week. Her refreshing honesty and comedic humility kept the audience engaged while
her insightful comm
Early on, I learned that what is publicly communicated can be very different from what is
privately experienced. (29)
My father was never made to feel uncomfortable or unwelcome because he had married a
Muslin Arab woman. He used his white male privilege