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Sociology of Families, chapter 5

by: Amelia Thomas

Sociology of Families, chapter 5 SO-1203-05-201630

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Puts the powerpoint into simpler terms and provides a few examples.
Sociology of Families
Mehrzad Netadj
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Date Created: 10/05/16
Chapter 5- Gender  Sex -someone’s biological category, based on anatomy and physiology. -male and female  Sexual Identity -recognition of a biological sex category. -what you identify as.  Gender -the social realization of biological sex -gender identity: roles associated with being male or female -gender expression: one’s pattern of outward behavior in relation to common standards of a gender category  Sexual Diversity: -intersex: A condition in which a person’s chromosomal composition does not correspond with his or her sexual anatomy at birth, or the anatomy is not clearly male or female -transgender: describes someone whose gender identity does not match their assigned sex -androgynous: neither exclusively masculine nor feminine  Socialization: -when individuals internalize elements of social structure and make those elements part of their personality. -can be influenced by: parents, siblings, social groups, school, and peers  Gender at work: -educational and occupational segregation -gender, status, pay


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