• The Influence of Biological Sex Sexuality and Gender
    579–597 q 2006 The British Psychological Society The British Psychological Society www.bpsjournals.co.uk The influence of biological sex, sexuality and gender role on interpersonal distance David Uzzell1* and Nathalie Horne2 1 2 Department of Psychology, University of Surrey, UK Research Development...
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  • Social Constructionist Perspectives on Human Life
    that, as humans, we respond to the meaning of events and objects rather than the actual objects and events themselves. This meaning is actually a construction, a product of social interaction between individuals. Our behaviour is regulated by guidelines, which make everyday life predictable and understandable...
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  • STUDY
    Gender, Work and Organization. Vol. 18 No. 3 May 2011 doi:10.1111/j.1468-0432.2010.00546.x Are Women in Management Victims of the Phantom of the Male Norm? gwao_546 298..317 Yvonne Due Billing* Managerial jobs have conventionally been understood as male and thus as not being directly suitable...
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  • Fashion, Gender and Social Identity
    Fashion, Gender and Social Identity Zoi Arvanitidou (zoi_ar@hotmail.com) PhD Candidate in Fashion, Gender and Cultural Studies Department of Sciences of PreSchool Education and Educational Design, University of Aegean, Rhodes, Greece Maria Gasouka (mgasouka@rhodes.aegean.gr) Assistant Professor in Cultural...
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  • Images of Gender in the Media
    or concrete definition of gender maybe near impossible. Gender roles are what men and woman learn and internalize as the way they are supposed to act. These roles are commonly thought of as natural rather than a construction of culture. Gender is thought to flow from sex, rather then being a matter...
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  • Ass
    Even within a culture masculinity and femininity may be defined differently by various groups, in particular according to ethnicity, age, social class and sexuality. In this sense there is no single masculinity or femininity, but rather multiple masculinities and femininities. Not all men are 'leaderlike'...
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  • Sasa
    differentiate between gender and sex. • To explain the processes societies use to construct gender. • To learn about gender as a social institution that privileges men over women. • To become familiar with how social institutions, like medicine, contribute to the construction of gender. • To...
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  • Gnd1010 Unit Guide
    GND1010 Sex, Gender, Knowledge Semester 2, 2010 1 Faculty of Arts GND1010 Sex, Gender, Knowledge Semester 2, 2010 Unit Coordinator: Campus: Phone: Email: Office hours: Dr Kate Seear Clayton 9905-4292 kate.seear@monash.edu Monday 10am – 12 pm Lecturer/tutor Ng Tze Yeng Campus:...
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  • Competingdiscoursesofleadership
    sciencedirect.com http://www.elsevier.com/locate/scaman Competing discourses of leadership Transformational Leadership as blurring mechanism for masculinities in Denmark Mona Toft Madsena,Ã, Charlotte Albrechtsenb,1 a b Department of Management, Aarhus School of Business, Haslegaardsvej 10, 8210 Aarhus...
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  • Kine 1000 midterm 1 reading summary
    Toward a New Vision: Race, Class, and Gender as Categories of Analysis and Connection People have a tendency to emphasize the importance of one type of oppression over another (ex. white feminists point out gender oppression but fail to realize their white skin privilege. There are few pure victims...
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  • Homosexuality
    Homosexuality’s Relationship with Gender in America In the United States the hierarchy of privilege ranks homosexuality at the bottom of the chain due to a negative perception of sexual orientation. The expectations of gender greatly impact how people express themself sexually. Male homosexuality...
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  • Homosexuality
    contributor to same-sex attractions is a disruption in the development of gender identity. Gender identity refers to a person's view of his or her own gender; that is, his or her sense of masculinity or femininity. Gender identity is formed through the relationships that a child has with the same-sex parent and...
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  • Is Gender Performative?
    Is gender performative? “One of the interpretations that has been made of Gender Trouble is that there is no sex, there is only gender, and gender is performative.” (Judith Butler interview 1993) When approaching and investigating the discourse of gender roles, gender performance and gender trouble...
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  • Social Psych
    cialChapter 13 Gender & Sexuality Gender vs. Sex *SEX: Refers to anatomical or biological characteristics of women and men. *GENDER: The roles and characteristics that society assigns to men and women, and has built within it the inequality of women and men. Gender Roles *A set of expectations concerning...
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  • The Gendered and Gendering Institutions
    describing something that influences your gender, most people would assume that your “sex” or our biological identification given to us at birth would be the most definite source; however there are multiple factors and processes that contribute to one’s gender identity. The multitudes of institutions...
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  • Diversity in Organizations
    homemaker role. Career opportunities and legal rights have been significantly lower for women verses men. In the past, women were viewed to be the weaker sex. Housework and domestic chores were associated with women leaving the heavy duty jobs for the men. Unbeknownst to men, tasks such as farm work, washing...
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  • Gender as a Social Construct or Essentialism View
    Gender as a social construct or essentialism view Module: Critical Management Studies 07/01/2012 Introduction ‘Although the social world of work is inordinately complex the variables of class, race and gender are significantly superordinate in the quest for explanation. Relationships at...
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  • Gender Equality Is a Myth
    misconceptions and myths about gender Dumisani Nyalunga Corresponding author’s E-mail: dumisanin@ddpdurban.org.za Accepted 04 January 4, 2007 Prelude This paper seeks to clarify the meaning of the terms that are associated with gender, and equally so to unpack the concept of gender itself and elucidate the...
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  • Final Exam Study Guide
    Week 9: How do gender roles shape expectations in the family? Hays, Sharon. 1997. “The Ideology of Intensive Mothering: A Cultural Analysis of the Bestselling ‘Gurus’ of Appropriate Childrearing.” 1. Mothers of all social classes have accepted a broad ideology of intensive mothering, one that...
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  • Sociology
    representations of age, social class, ethnicity, gender, sexuality and disability”. © Chris. Livesey 2007: www.sociology.org.uk AS Sociology For AQA Mass Media Portrayals Representations Interpretations Chandler (2001): Representation refers to how the media constructs realities in terms of...
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