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4-3 Anth 203 lecture

by: Alejandra Gutierrez

4-3 Anth 203 lecture 3446

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Alejandra Gutierrez
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Anthropology 203

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These are Friday's notes. They include the notes from the Power Point from class, and things that were said that were not on the slides. Enjoy.
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Alejandra Gutierrez on Friday April 3, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to 3446 at Washington State University taught by Abdul-Karim in Spring2015. Since its upload, it has received 41 views.


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Date Created: 04/03/15
WE will not show race and ethnicity video in order to catch up Final exam Set up exactly like other exams Hardcopy or exam Will be due when it says in the syllabus when it will start Paper copy drop off in classroom Social Identity and Gender What is social Identity Has many components Begins with selfawareness Daughter was 15 and looked at herself in the mirror and there was a recognition This is unique to humans Names are often key to social Identity Names have meaning Meaning to self and to others Names say something about you Could reflect religious pop culture ancestry culture social identity Also personality In our culture we have lists of name but not in every culture Some people name them when they are 2 since the personality would show Some cultures give a name when born and the name may change Everyone is formed by culture but we view culture differently Gender as a social Identity Sex biological differences between males and females So we see this as opposites Even if we say they are different there is more similarity Gender the cultural elaborations and meaning assigned to the biological differentiations between the sexes Emotionally detached Bulkymuscles Leader Forms of speech Allowed to interrupt Styles Short time to get ready Smarter Engineering math Handyman Provider Breadwinner Help yourself Masculinity Femininity Blue Pink Blue toy aisles Pink toy aisles Pants Dresses Tough Fragile Strong Delicatetimid More emotional Thin Submissive Forms of speech Not allowed to interrupt More concern about appearance Longer time to get ready Not as smart Take on different careers Nurturing Need help protection What happens if you do not fit in this box There s more implications if males do not fit It is more rigid There s more negativity Women alright if a leader but caring Stepping outside boxes can be dangerous Women are more vulnerable inside and outside the box The Genderbread person Gender Identity Gender expression Biological Sex Sexual orientation There is a long range from women to men An example would be Fabio Ellen or Helen Gender roles The social skills abilities and ways of acting thought appropriate to members of a society depending upon whether they are male or female In the United States Chiefs are male At the home the women cook Men are starting to cook at home too Women are typically school teachers Things people need to be nurturing for Men are doctors CEOs Construction Women are taught to be more people orientated Men are taught not to be people orientated Mom tends to be the stay at home caretakers But now men being stay at home dads are increasing But the stigma has not changed that much Men will be mad fun off if they say that they stay at home


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