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Anthropology
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ANT 3302
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Corey Souza

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Habitus- Habits and actions within humans throughout time and geographic place Intersexuality- Race, class, gender, politics (Always consider multiple facets of gender roles) st EC: Saturday- March 1 : Brazillian Carnival Gville (attend event, short ethnographic (qualitative) report 10 points per page~3 pages) REGISTERED~GROUP11: April 2 (Citation list/with group names needed before presentation) Sex, Gender & Political Economy / Producing Culture Read: Part 7:43, 45, 47, 49, 50 / Part 8: 52, 55 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - Preface+ch.1Article 2 for Week 1 Notes:  Gender- Socially and culturally produced ideas about differences between men and women in societies.  Based on societies interpretations of Sex Differences- Mostly anatomical features that distinguish males from females.  Gender Identity- Idea of what it means to be a man or woman in a certain society.  Gender Inequality is produced through how societies distinguish girls from boys via traits which are all measured differently.  Set of differing interlinked problems  Power- Ability to act effectively and exercise control over oneself and others.  Gender Stratification- form of social stratification in which rewards for each gender differ due to their expectations by society. Each gender has different opportunities presented to them within society.  No objective measure for social differences such as race, class, and sexuality. (each society sees these differences in different ways)  Race- non-existent characteristic/Social category created thru Racialization in which individuals are grouped based on physical features. RACE HAS NO BIOLOGICAL VALIDITY.  Sexual Diversity- Encompasses understandings and experiences that produce variations and flow into aspects of identity, like gender, race, class, and national identity.  LGBT,Femenists, and black femenists- Recognize cultural and other forms of differences socially created involve differential power relations between and among groups of people.  Twenty-first-century anthropologists- Explores the impact of global changes on how people li
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