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SOC 164 Week 2 Lecture notes

by: Piper Shaw

SOC 164 Week 2 Lecture notes SOC 164

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Gender: Identities and Roles
Family Relationships
Kathleen A. Nybroten
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Piper Shaw on Tuesday October 11, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to SOC 164 at University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire taught by Kathleen A. Nybroten in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 30 views. For similar materials see Family Relationships in Sociology at University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire.


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Date Created: 10/11/16
Lecture notes from Week 2 Gender and Sexuality  SEX is used in reference to male of female anatomy  GENDER refers to societal and behaviors associated with one's sex Social Construction  What is "normal" and "natural" is largely created by society  Categories and "scripts" o DOES NOT EXIST Gender Roles  Gender Schemas o Theory that we learn our gender roles from culture o Statuses; Roles  Men o Instrumental Traits  Active  Aggressive  Tough  Daring  Dominant  Women o Expressive Traits  Soft  Emotional  Sweet  Submissive Gender Expectations  Embedded in our basic social institutions: o Family o Education o Religion o Government/ Politics o Economy Gender Identities  Gender Identity: innermost conviction of who you are  Gender Expression: how you express your gender identity  Binary Status (changing to become more gender fluid) o Male OR Female? o Masculine OR Feminine? o Gay OR Straight? Transgender  Refers to large variety of people that vary from their assigned sex at birth o Transgender men o Transgender women  Gender Expression aligns with gender ID and not sex assigned at birth  Cisgender: gender ID matches assigned sex at birth  Genderqueer: identify and express themselves in a ways that mix and/or defy categories of males or females Intersexual  Between 1-4% of live births are intersexual o Child has anatomical, chromosomal or hormonal variations


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