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WST 100

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Date Created: 10/26/15
STUDY GUIDE MIDTERM Please bring student id and pencils to the exam TERMS 1 What is WST Feminism a person who believes in andor works toward social economic and political equality for women Feminist Movements Like a few other areas of academia African American Studies American Indian Studies Chicanoa Studies Women s Studies emerged from a social justice movement during the middle of the 20th century HISTORY OF THE FEMIIST MOVEMENT 1 st wave 18481920 Mary Wollstonecraft Vindication of the Rights of Women 1791 too radical 1848 First Women s Rights Convention 1920 Vote 4 Factors that set the stage 1 Republican Motherhood 2 More educational opportunities 3 Networking 4 2nd Great Awakening 1840 AntiSlavery Convention Lucretia Mott Elizabeth Cady Stanton Susan B Anthony Passage of 14th and 15th Amendment Formation of 2 groups 1869 National Woman Suffrage Association NWSA Stanton and Anthony American Woman Suffrage Association AWSA 1890 NWSA AWSA NAWSA Alice Paul National Women s Party Carrie Chapman Catt Ultimate Goal of First Wave Suffrage 2nd Wave Feminism late 60 s early 70 s Liberal Feminism Older Professional Women work Radical Feminism younger involved in other protest movements focused on more radical issues rape abortion alternative feminist bookstores Betty Friedan The Feminine Mystique Phyllis Schafly 80 s Backlash New directions and 3rd wave 1950 s in Popular Culture Nuclear Families Post war representations WOW Civil Rights and other Social Movements Love Lucy I GenderRaceClass Sex Biological and determined by one s chromosomes lntersex The last 3 can be grouped together under the umbrella term lntersexed Those born with ambiguous sexual genitalia They can t be characterized as being either girls or boys just by looking at them Gender Dysmorphia Gender identity in conflict with physical Transgender People who don t fit neatly into the binary concepts of male and female Androgyny High preference for both feminine and masculine PERSONALITY Characteristics Situationay Appropriate Bem Scale Gender The socially defined Character traits of masculinity and femininity LEARNED through the socialization process It is socially constructed A PROCESS OF SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION A SYSTEM OF SOCIAL STRATIFICATION AN INSTITUTION WHICH STRUCTURES EVERY ASPECT OF OUR LIVES DUE TO ITS EMBEDDEDNESS IN FAMILY THE WORKPLACE THE STATE AS WELL AS IN SEXUALITY LANGUAGE CULTURE A SYSTEM OF MEANING WHICH ORGANIZES HUMAN SOCIAL LIFE IN CULTURALLY PATTERNED WAYS Berdache Native cultures have historically recognized that the binaries of male and female were not enough and embraced the notion of a gender identity that is different from one s anatomical sex Almost sacred status Scripts of MasculinityFemininity Socialization Race social constructed category that divides people into groups based on visible physical characteristics such as skin color eye shape hair texture etc Ethnicity socially constructed category a way of grouping people based on their shared culture such as religion language and history Class Age stereotyping and discriminating against individuals or groups on the basis of their age Intersectionality Gender TheoriesTheories of Inequality MicroMacro Type Theories Micro individual features or characteristics lead to gender stratification aggression leadership ability rationality Macro societal features or characteristics lead to inequality kinship the economy etc Biological Essentialist Micro 1 Sociobiology 2 Brain Lateralization Theories 3 Hormonal Theories Social Constructionist Micro 1 Psychoanalytic A Freud Oedipus vs Electra Complex B Reproduction of Mothering Nancy Chodorow 2 Social Learning Theories 3 Cognitive Development Theory Macro 1 Functional Theories 2 Ideological Theories 3 Materialist Theories Marxist Feminist Engel s Representations of women of color in Popular Culture MadonnaANhore Dichotomy Look at the clips from Monroe and Dandridge Mammy Jezebel Tragic MuIatto VIDEOS Hip Hop Beyond Beats and Rhymes To Wong Foo clip Tough Guise 2 Love Lucy Job Switching Hip Hop Beyond Beats and Rhymes Codes of Gender All Readings to Date No Ms Magazine Readings will be on exam


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