Tuesday, August 30th Class Notes
Tuesday, August 30th Class Notes CRCJ 3385
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Date Created: 08/30/16
Concepts of Gender Sex v Gender - In U.Srdthere are generally 2 sexes - The 3 classification, intersex, is largely ignored or unknown - Many things in society are separated by male and female genders - There are 3 major gender differences: o Physical- there are undeniable physical differences generally between the gender o Emotional- emotions are generally considered a female trait, males who are emotional are considered feminine o Intellectual- this was previously the provider but has shifted more with the times - Some think that the biological differences lead to all other differences. - Darwin’s Theory of Sexual Selection- success is the passing on of genes o Females are considered more selective of their partners due to biologically having less of a chance of passing on their genes o On a criminal level, females have to be safer and therefor participate in less risky behavior. Gender Behavior - Study: boys in pink, girls in blue, the boys were socialized more by the caregivers and girls were allowed more unsupervised time and climbed on things - Based on gender, people generally get pushed towards a role - Gender can lead to infanticide, in some countries, males are valued over females, and terminate female pregnancy - In Afghanistan orphanage males were kept, but females were kicked out because females had a better chance of adoption Equality/Equity - Patriarchy- males are biologically better than females. - Equity- being fair with consideration of handicaps - Equality- being equal/same Invisible Women - Can be separated in three categories: o Offenders o Victims o Professionals - Most studies don’t include females - Males face sexism when crimes against them are ignored because they are typically female crimes - Belief that dealing with male offenders require men
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