• Gender Studies
    Universiteit van Amsterdam Faculty of Economics (Department Quantitative Economics) Exam Statistics 1 14 July 2005 Time: 9.30 - 11.30 hours Results and availability The results will be announced no later than 22 July 2005; they will be posted on the Blackboard as soon as possible. Exam scripts...
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  • Sociology of Gender
    Chapter 6 The modern family – What is the modern family? * Modern family is a nuclear family and a traditional family * The father is the breadwinner * The mother is a stay at home wife * And children are at home also * More intimate relationship between husbands and wives...
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  • Psychology of Gender Final Exam Study Guide
    Chapter 9:Romantic Relationships (research on homosexual relationships can help distinguish between sex and status) I. RELATIONSHIP DEVELOPMENT a. Characteristics Desired in a Mate * Women seek men that are attractive, educated, good financial status and good work ethic...
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  • Gender Equality
    “A Cold-Blooded Effort to Bolster up the Legal Profession”: The Battle Between Lawyers and Notaries in British Columbia, 1871–1930 JOAN BROCKMAN* Notaries in British Columbia have managed to retain authority to offer to the public legal services that, in other Canadian jurisdictions (exc...
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  • Women's Gender Study Definitions
    Feminists and Gender definitions: Feminists: * a supporter of feminism of or relating to or advocating equal rights for women; "feminist critique" * A person who supports the equality of women with men; A member of a feminist political movement; One who believes in the social, political...
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  • Gender Relations Notes
    Gendered Body April 23, 2013 Sexual Scripts * Sexual Scripts are the learned guidelines for sexual expression that provide individuals with a sense of appropriate sexual behaviors & sexual desires for that particular culture * Women as passive, men as active in the U.S. culture...
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  • Sex Class Notes
    Write a 4-5 page, typewritten essay on a topic related to Language Policy and Planning in the context of education in the US. You can interview linguists or educationists for this essay but this is not mandatory, you can base your essay only on the readings on these topics from the class. In your di...
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  • Gender Analysis
    GAD 301 GENDER ANALYSIS – CRITICAL CROSS- CULTURAL APPROACHES Course leader: Haldis Haukanes Literature: Books: Connell, R., 2009. Gender. Cambridge, Polity Press. Chapters 1,3,4, 5, 6, 7 Articles and Book Chapters: Annfelt, Trine. 2008. The ‘new’ father: gender equality as discursiv...
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  • Sex, Love, and Romance Study Guide
    MCO473: Sex, Love, & Romance in the Mass Media • FALL 2009 • Dr. Mary-Lou Galician STUDY GUIDE FOR EXAM #1 (MIDTERM EXAM) TUESDAY, October 6, 2009 — 3:00 P.M. SHARP* 75 items (2 points each: possible total = 150 points) — 50 minutes *If you come to the exam after even just ONE stu...
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  • Gender Roles and Stereotypes
    GENDER AND HUMAN SEXUALITY EXPLICATION OF VARIOUS CONCEPTS Sex: refers to a person‘s biological/physiological characteristics Gender: refers to the social, cultural and economic attributes and opportunities associated with being male or female. In almost all societies, men and wome...
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  • Gender, Politics, Power
    1-13-12 Gender, Politics and Power GENDER For feminism-separate gender from sex. Refers to the socio-cultural definition. Societies assign men and women social roles. Used as an analytical tool to understand social realities. Every culture has its ways of valuing girls and boys and assigning th...
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  • Pros and Cons of Same Sex
    The Pros of Same-Sex Education Socially, same-sex schools are emotionally easier on students. Stereotypes based on gender are not a huge issue in these settings. Girls are more outspoken and competitive when boys are not around to tease them. They also feel more comfortable participating in sports...
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  • Gender as a Concept of Power
    UNIVERSITY OF ZIMBABWE Southern and Eastern African Regional Centre for Women’s Law Name: Charles Musonda Mbita Registration #: R113069K Course: Masculinities, Gender & Law Course Code :...
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  • Gender and Citizenship
    GENDER AND CITIZENSHIP ARE IMPORTANT FOR DEVELOPMENT, DISCUSS. Good governance is recognised as being essential to poverty reduction efforts and respect for human rights, conflict prevention, growth and environmental protection. From a restricted point of view, governance should be focused on sou...
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  • Gender Issues
    Gender Responsiveness in the Juvenile Justice System Abigail Comee-McCourt Independent Study, IND 494 Professor Rankis June 10, 2008 Contents Summary and Introduction 3 What is Gender Responsiveness? 4 Why is Gender Responsive Care Important? 6 How is...
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  • Gender and Society
    Men as Women Article #1 Outline Hermaphrodite vs. Transsexual Herculine Barbin- * 19th century * Genitals were ambiguous: a one-and-a half inch long penis, partly descended testicles, and a urethral opening. Has vulva, labia majora, and a feminine uretha. Never menstruated, no womb. Whol...
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  • Sex and the Media
    Popular Communication, 7: 225–236, 2009 Copyright © Taylor & Francis Group, LLC ISSN: 1540-5702 print / 1540-5710 online DOI: 10.1080/15405700903224438 Popular Communication, 1540-5710 1540-5702 HPPC Communication Vol. 7, No. 4, Sep 2009: pp. 0–0 Why Do Good Girls Have to Be Bad? The Cult...
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  • Effects of Stereotypes on Gender Roles
    The Effects of Gender Roles Kayla Keidel Research Design Ohio Valley University Abstract Gender roles are an expression of society’s thought on how a man or woman should be. This is shown by individuals having pressure from the people in society telling them how they need to act, dress, lo...
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  • Gender Inequality
    Rebecca Brooker Soc 201 Online Gender Inequality This paper is an analysis of contemporary issues associated with gender and power in the workplace; which will specifically include a discussion of gender relations, stereotyping, women's identity, the structuring of formal and informal power,...
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  • How Is Gender Identity Influenced by Social Structures?
    What is meant by identity? Firstly this essay is going to explore what is meant by identity. Identity is made up of individual characteristics by which a person is known. Internal factors such as physical appearance, personality, mental ability and sex would have an affect on a person's identity. Th...
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