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Department
Sociology
Course
SOC102H1
Professor
Teppermann
Semester
Fall

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Lecture 3GenderDomination9242013 21700 PM Assortative mating most people associate with people who are similar in statusTend to marry people of the sameSocial class Education Age Ethnic Background Religion Racial origin However they tend to marry someone who is different in terms of sexie men tend to marry women and vice versa That means that our intimate relations are marked byunfamiliarity visible power differencesAs well as sexual desire How does this daily intimate confrontation with inequality affect social lifeWhat effect does this conjunction of inequality and desire have onmarital satisfaction Domestic division of labor Relations in the workplace Opportunities for hiring and promotionFirst defining sex versus genderGender is socially constructed not given by natureBy sex sociologists mean biological characteristics hat make a person biologically male or femaleBy gender sociologists mean the expectations of behavior and appearance that people describe as masculine and feminine
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