Class Notes for WGS250H5 at University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM)

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UTMWGS250H5Karen KusWinter

WGS250H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Nuclear Family, Kinship Terminology, Group Home

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4 Feb 2014
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Session outline defining family evaluating family changes deconstructing the nuclear family understanding the feminist terminology. Determine who is re
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UTMWGS250H5Karen KusWinter

WGS250H5 Lecture Notes - Merriam-Webster, Simone De Beauvoir, Medical Dictionary

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4 Feb 2014
46
A multidisciplinary approach towards equality, based on social and performative constructions of gender and sexuality politics that create power imbala
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UTMWGS250H5Karen KusWinter

WGS250H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Nuclear Family, Egalitarianism, Polyamory

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4 Feb 2014
46
Cross cultural families! family types in history! changing family forms and economic impacts! social reproduction and the roles of women in families! s
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UTMWGS250H5BickfordWinter

Lecture notes

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3 Feb 2012
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The coy" female: normalization produces a vigilant community of disciplined, euphorically docile, gender dimorphic normal" selves - we say what is norm
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UTMWGS250H5BickfordWinter

Killing the Black body.docx

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10 Apr 2012
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Black women were blamed for genetically engineering deviance into they"re children. 4 women they were arrested and sterilized because they were drug ab
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UTMWGS250H5BickfordWinter

Lecture 2

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11 Jan 2012
16
Carole pateman y public/private dichotomy- private refers to home while public refers to work; women mainly associated with private dichotomy and men a
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UTMWGS250H5Jaqueline BrunningWinter

WGS250H5 Lecture Notes - Acculturation, Neoliberalism, Scantron Corporation

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11 Apr 2014
16
Process of migration adjustment to new cultural standards, settlement. Division of labour within most households are not equal. Chuldcare percieve as a
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UTMWGS250H5Karen KusWinter

WGS250H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Class Discrimination, Economic Inequality, Acculturation

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3 Feb 2016
28
Diasporic culture bring home with you. Acculturation (continue to carry original culture with you) and assimilation (no longer practice original cultur
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UTMWGS250H5BickfordWinter

WGS250H5 Lecture Notes - Egalitarianism, Gender Equality, Classless Society

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26 Jan 2012
18
Topic: ethnographic variation in family life: communal households (tutorial 2) Readings: (t) eleanor b. leacock: women in an egalitarian society. Naska
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UTMWGS250H5Karen KusWinter

WGS250H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Heteronormativity, Heterosexuality, Virginity

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13 Apr 2014
15
What causes might lead to these changes? economic changes. Women"s movement into paid worked equality seeking movements changes to social policy change
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UTMWGS250H5Karen KusWinter

WGS250H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Nuclear Family, Marriage Law, Immigration Law

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13 Apr 2014
25
Determine who is responsible for providing financial aid emotional support for children. Refers to who is responsible for household maintenance. Paymen
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UTMWGS250H5BickfordWinter

Swamp Island.docx

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2 Mar 2012
18
Societal form that never existed- matriarchal societies. Ortner claims that the only universal thing is- nature. When a woman is married to more than o
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