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Week 3 (September 04-09) - Sex Roles

by: Ricardo Rauseo

Week 3 (September 04-09) - Sex Roles ANT3302

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These notes cover what we saw on Week 3: Biological Constructs of Sex I
Sex Roles a Cross-Cultural Perspective
Amber Grafft-Weiss
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sex, roles, Anthropology
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ricardo Rauseo on Sunday September 11, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to ANT3302 at University of Florida taught by Amber Grafft-Weiss in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 31 views. For similar materials see Sex Roles a Cross-Cultural Perspective in Anthropology at University of Florida.

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Date Created: 09/11/16
Wednesday, September 7, 2016 Anthropology of Masculinity: How it’s done  Traditional roles for women employed by an NFL teamCheerleading  Non-traditional roleCoach or actually play Anthropology of Masculinity: Division of Labor  Best practices: treat division of labor as fluid, subject to varying constructions of gender, practical concerns, degrees of informality, and situational change.  An Agta woman hunts o Philippines o Only when supplies are low o Machetes and dogs to hunt wild pigs Anthropology of Masculinity: Fathering  Men are not “supposed” to take on parenting roles o Avoid being affectionate o Nahua fathers break the stereotype Anthropology of Masculinity: Homosociality  Men-only environments Anthropology of Masculinity: Potential Pitfalls Sex, Gender Roles and Biology Early Anthropology: Dubious Beginnings  Differences between civilizations and small scale societies.  Anthropometry o Hard science to prove these distinctions  Charles Darwin  Lewis Henry Morgan o Social Evolutionism (1877): the idea that culture develops in a uniform, progressive manner. Progression of a society coincides with technological development o Progress according to Social Evolutionism  Savages: hunting & gathering, pottery, low technology  Barbarians: domestication of plants & animals, metalworking  Civilizations: states societies, writing, monumental architecture o Promiscuitymatrilinealitymonogamous patrilineality  E.E. Evans-Pritchard o Functionalism: theory that societies are analogous to organisms, such that each component has evolved to serve a purpose. When all components perform properly, a society will be sustained in equilibrium. o Men as breadwinners, involved in public society, authority.  Interrogating the Suppositions


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