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MUSIC 139 Lecture 4: MUSIC 139 Lecture 4 (Investigating Gender) (January 29, 2015).docx

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MUSIC 139 Lecture 4 January 29, 2015 Investigating Gender What is Gender? • Notions about gender are thoroughly embedded in our society, beliefs, actions, etc. that they appear to be natural • Gendered identities are constructed by and through assumptions about behaviors that lead to the division of people into male and female. • These identities are not fixed prior to social interaction. AssumptionsAbout Gender, Sex, and Sexuality • Biological sex is the underpinning of gender, sexuality, and social identities • There are only two sexes • Deviations from the “natural” order are mistakes that require intervention What is Biological Sex? • “Sex itself is a gendered category” – Judith Butler - “Bodies don’t have signifiable e
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