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3. View Thread Settings Help Search View profile card for RENEE BOSTIC Stereotypes, Gender Identity, & Gender Identity Schema Mark All Posts as Read Mark All Posts as Unread Flag Thread Remove Flag Print Thread Actions for 'Stereotypes, Gender Identity, & Gender Identity Schema' Created by RENEE BOSTIC on Nov 3, 2016 7:50 AM Subscribed Subscribe Previous Next This page automatically marks posts as read as you scroll. Adjust automatic marking as read setting Stereotypes: In my field of work, women compromise the majority of the employment. Mostly because I work on a military installation, the job hires dependents. Mostly wives and a few child dependents 18 years or older. Because the job is filled with mostly women, when a man gets hired it’s a big shock to both the women and the children. I can honestly say that when my male co-worker started working with us, I thought he was just there for an easy check, mostly because the job isn’t hard. WE spend a lot of time playing with children and teaching them basic life skills and how to resolve conflict, and deal with their own emotions. Throughout my life, mostly the adult side, I knew most men to not really like children. Especially single men. My single male friends talk about how they have no clue how to deal with children and how they don’t see themselves as fathers anytime soon. But when my male co-worker started working with us, right
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3. View Thread Settings Help Search View profile card for Jamaal Thomas Stereotypes, Gender Identity, & Gender Identity Schema Mark All Posts as Read Mark All Posts as Unread Flag Thread Remove Flag Print Thread Actions for 'Stereotypes, Gender Identity, & Gender Identity Schema' Created by Jamaal Thomas on Nov 2, 2016 9:16 PM Subscribed Subscribe Previous Next This page automatically marks posts as read as you scroll. Adjust automatic marking as read setting Stereotypes 1. Explain the situation and provide any necessary background information. For me was in 8th grade middle school football team. We had a girl come out for the football team, something none of us had ever seen or heard about. So of course you pre- teen boys were like she would never make the team because this is not what girls so, they play volley ball or are cheerleaders. 2.What data did you use to reinforce your original belief(s) about the person?
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3. View Thread Settings Help Search View profile card for Jessica Aladetohun The David Reimer Story and Men's, Women's Brains, and Transgender Surgery Mark All Posts as Read Mark All Posts as Unread Flag Thread Remove Flag Print Thread Actions for 'The David Reimer Story and Men's, Women's Brains, and Transgender Surgery' Created by Jessica Aladetohun on Nov 1, 2016 4:32 PM Subscribed Subscribe Previous Next This page automatically marks posts as read as you scroll. Adjust automatic marking as read setting The David Reimer Story 1. The evidence behind the biology of development and gender is determined in the end of the story. Bruce (male) who was transformed into Brenda (female) unwillingly, realized later in life that he was destined to be a male. The theory of nature verses nurture that Dr. Money put into place is now questioned and perhaps untrue. Dr. Money believed that all humans are gender neutral for the first two years of their lives, regardless of their gene and physical make-up. Despite the several attempts of hormone supplements and nurturing effects to push Bruce to become Brenda, it all failed in the end. Brenda became David and finally felt normal in his own skin. Additionally, Gorski and his team discovered that there are physical difference in the brains
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3. View Thread Settings Help Search View profile card for Jamaal Thomas Week 2 Mark All Posts as Read Mark All Posts as Unread Flag Thread Remove Flag Print Thread Actions for 'Week 2' Created by Jamaal Thomas on Oct 31, 2016 12:49 PM Subscribed Subscribe Previous Next This page automatically marks posts as read as you scroll. Adjust automatic marking as read setting 1. What evidence does the story provide for the role that biology plays in the development of gender? The most important part was the first sentence. David Reimer was a biological twin born in Canada in 1965 (Colapinto, 2000) To me the story provides the role when speaking about acquiring gender rather than thorough heredity (genes and hormones). And then when spoke upon Brenda which is now David not conforming to a female state when growing up, still had the make up mentally and physical of a male and displayed all the characteristics of a male. 2. What was your reaction to the story? What did you find most compelling or troubling about the story? I was quite shocked in reading this, that things of this nature have been going on so long. The troubling part for me was this Doctor with no real evidence duping this family in to changing a
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