1. Why is the feminism paradigm, discussed in Chapter 1, important when discussing
the concept of gender acquisition?
Feminism paradigm is the movement that attempted to improve the value and
worth of womens lives by effecting and forcing society and norm
SOC212 Lesson 1: Getting Stared Quiz
1. The first assignment is the getting started quiz and it is due 8/24/2016. The course end date is
2. The final exam for this course will be completed at-home.
3. Instructors feedback on completed assignme
SOC212 Lesson 2:
1. The feminist paradigm places importance on both nature and learning in the acquisition of
gender (Renzetti, C. M., Curran, D. J., & Maier, S. L., p7). This perspective views gender as being
socially created not just determined by natur
SOC212 Lesson 5
1. Explain the identification theory, and discuss how it could be construed as
Identification theory, per the textbook is defined as the theory of gender
socialization; the process by which boys and girls begin to unconscious
1. Discuss the controversy surrounding assisted reproductive technology due to
the birth of eight children by Nadya Suleman (Octomom).
Reproductive technology is the use of alternative methods to treat infertility.
These methods consist of
Which of the following explains why elderly women suffer the effects of poverty more than men?
Answer All of the above are correct.
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According to the _, women choose jobs
Recent research on media coverage of political candidates indicates that
coverage of female candidates tends to focus on their chances of winning, whereas coverage of male candidates focuses more on campa
1. Discuss three ways in which the criminal justice system in the United States
reinforces gender inequality.
The criminal justice system is well known for its inequality of individuals in the
United States criminal justice system. One ine
1. Explain the identification theory, and discuss how it could be construed as being sexist.
Identification theory, per the textbook is defined as the theory of gender socialization; the
process by which boys and girls begin to unconscious
SOC212 Lesson 4:
1. The identification theory was developed by the Austrian physician Sigmund Freud. It is the most
commonly known theory of gender identity. Freud believed that children must progress through
a series of stages in order to develop their p