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Pauline Jewett Institute
Womens and Gender Studies
WGST 1808 A: Fall/Winter 20142015
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WGST 1808A: Intro to Womens and Gender Studies Exam
Exam: April 18th, 2013
Layout: 3 Sections:
- Section 1 (Six concepts/terms will appear - 5 marks each - Must define the terms or concepts
clearly - Answers must address the social,
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Consent is :
Voluntarily agreement (coercion is not consent, being forced/threatened verbally or
Sexual violence exists on a continuum
. Not a hierarchy
Sexual assault and sexual violence
Term "Rape "
Backlash against Women and Feminism
-what is backlash?
-why is there a backlash?
-how is backlash manifested?
-what is the impact?
-how can it be countered?
-the feminist classroom as a site of resistance to blacklash
-a strong, aggressive or
Theoretical and Conceptual Frameworks
What is theory?
Why is feminist theory important?
How does feminist theory relate to the waves of feminism?
-offers explanations about the way in which the social and political worlds operate and our place in
Waves of Feminism
What were the key concerns for First Wave feminists?
First Wave Feminism (mid-1800s to 1930)
Enfranchisement, the vote for women
Ownership of property & inheritance laws
Access to higher education for women
Curing social ills of society
Educating Girls and Boys
what is an education?
a social institution for learning and acquiring knowledge
a medium for disseminating social and cultural norms and expectations
how is education gendered?
it is gendered because social and cultural norms a
OutLine Lecture 1
What is Womens and Gender Studies?
What is Feminism
The language of Feminism & Womens and Gender Studies
What is Patriarchy
Why should we care?
What is Womens and Gender Studies?
A space for innovative thinking about a plethora of issue
Are you a feminist? What does being a feminist mean? Why or why not? (sept 14)
Diversity and intersectionality:
Is feminism for everybody? (sept 21)
Womens Status, womens rights:
Why women? Why not just gender? (sept 28)
The F Word:
Women and Gender Studies
Womens Status Vs Womens Rights
Equity and Equality
Equality: providing the same platform
Equity: Providing the same opportunity
Fields of Study
Education, health sciences, visual and performing arts, communi
Review Sheet for WGST 1808- Debra Grahams
Women and Gender Studies Class
Key Concepts/ Terms for Week 1: Staging For Success
Media and Gender Stereotypes
Gender Relation and Power
Key Concepts/Terms for Week 2: This is Wha
WGST 1808 A Dr Graham | Scheduled Exam Date & Location |
14-DEC-2014 09:00 | AH 1-18
10 / 12 @ 2 marks each = Total 20 Marks (Use the terms in your short responses and
essays, and underline or circle them)
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Global conveyor-belt/worldwide service
- Historically rooted in colonial and now neo-colonial relations
- Imposes unequal power relations between states
- Divides the global economy into geographic productive spheres
- the NORTH