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Lecture 4

SOC 281 Lecture 4: Sex and Gender

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Department
Sociology
Course Code
SOC 281
Professor
Wentling

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10/11/16
Sex:
One’s biological category, male or female, based on anatomy and physiology
Sexual Identity
The recognition, or internalization, of a biological sex category
Gender
The social realization of biological sex
Gender identity: the identification with the social category boy/man or girl/woman
Gender expression: one’s pattern of outward behavior in relation to common standards
of a gender category
How Different Are We?
Sex Differences Made Social
Sexual dimorphism
Physical differences between the sexes
Sex and Gender: Differences Made Social
How different are we?
Sex Differences Made social
Sexual dimorphism
Physical differences between the sexes
Sexual Diversity
Transgender
Intersex
Androgynous
Perspectives on Gender: Biological
Structural Functionalist
Biological Perspective
Feminism
Masculinity
Symbolic Interactions
Gender Socialization: Socialization
Socialization
The process by which individual internalize elements of the social structure,
making those elements part of their own personality
Parents
Siblings
Interactive Circles of Socialization
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10/11/16 Sex: Ones biological category, male or female, based on anatomy and physiology Sexual Identity The recognition, or internalization, of a biological sex category Gender The social realization of biological sex Gender identity: the identification with the social category boy/man or girl/woman Gender expression: ones pattern of outward behavior in relation to common standards of a gender category How Different Are We? Sex Differences Made Social Sexual dimorphism Physical differences between the sexes Sex and Gender: Differences Made Social How different are we? Sex Differences Made social Sexual dimorphism Physical differences between the sexes Sexual Diversity Transgender Intersex Androgynous Perspectives on Gender: Biological Structural Functionalist Biological Perspective Feminism Masculinity Symbolic Interactions Gender Socialization: Socialization Socialization The process by which individ
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