HDFS 120 Study Guide (Book Notes) For Exam 2
HDFS 120 Study Guide (Book Notes) For Exam 2 HDFS 120
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Date Created: 03/03/16
HDFS 120 Notes For Exam 2 Ch. 7 Intimacy, Strengths, and Diversity -gender equality in marriage & partnerships -egalitarian -can be easily damaged -subordinate, more power, less respect & dignity Gender Roles -ways people behave are linked to their biological sex Gender Identity: a sense of being male or female and what that means in one’s society -culture determines the attitudes & behaviors appropriate for an individual on the basis of his/her sex Gender Roles: expectations about people’s attitudes and behaviors in life based on whether they are male or female Gender-Role Stereotypes: labeling that affects a child’s psychological development Masculinity: gender-linked constellation of traits associated with men Femininity: traits associated with women -language= powerful tool to deliberately & inadvertently establish & maintain rigid gender roles Gender Norms and Family Life -families are organized around expectations about gender roles -environment-> impact on gender behavior & how it relates to language Distribution of Family Work by Gender -husbands & wives disagree about how much housework each spouse does Emotion Work in Marriage and Family -listening closely to a spouse’s thoughts & feelings, recognizing feelings, offering encouragement, and showing appreciation -mental work in families, divided equally -women do more than men -worrying about children & household tasks, planning & monitoring children’s activities, seeking solutions to child care problems, and managing the division of labor & delegation of tasks 2
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