Part I (25 points)
1. Dominant ideology
a. Is a set of interrelated beliefs that tell us how the world works and how it ought to work.
Describes the world and prescribes claims to be natural, but there is nothing natural about it.
Such as Victori
a. Examines the social reality of women and men in an the interactions of their social, cultural
and economic relationships that are affected by various significant axes of social
organization. They act together, and all intertwine to
1. SOCIAL REPRODUCTION
A Marxist term used to describe the unpaid domestic labor or home work that women do in the
traditional patriarchal home. Work of reproducing the workforce domestic work in housework
such as child care, cooking, clean
1. Race Essentialism
a. Essentialism Describes the explanation of a social phenomenon as natural, biological, or
innate. Theres a hard fast difference between communities or groups regarded as
homogenous, bounded and discrete.
b. Race does not have essent
1. FEMINIZATION OF POVERTY
Pay no More; there is a way out.
In this course we looked at how poverty is gendered and are mostly female. How women
experience poverty. In the workforce there is discrimination, lack of jobs, and unequal pay for
Sterilization in Alberta: Gender matters
Eugenics implies state control over the reproduction of those deemed undesirable. It is improving
a population through controlled breeding to increase the occurrence of desirable characteris