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Lecture 9

WMST 2010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Learned Helplessness, Genderqueer, Ac Power


Department
Women's Studies
Course Code
WMST 2010
Professor
Josey
Lecture
9

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Gender As A Social Construction 11/2/16 12:27 AM
Before VS. After World War II
Before (1920-1940)
After (1950)
Rosie the Riveter
Work outside home
JK!
Double Day
Still takes care of children
Go Home
Independent
Intelligent
Learned Helplessness
Childlike
Passive
Dependent
Home Oriented
Actions not
thoughts
Togetherness
Family Oriented
Normalization
What does “normal” mean?
o Socially acceptable, the standard, what’s expected.
ACCEPTANCE. VALUE. ALL PRIVILEGE.
What does it imply?
What gets to be “normal”?
Relationship to “average” or “majority”?
Why is it’s own invisibility important?
Implicit Bias
What factors contribute to this concept?
A
Not A
Not part of the system
Nuclear “Family”
Single Parent
Agender
Straight
Queer
Transgender
White
Not White
Masculine female
Neurotypicality
Neuro-atypicality
Gender Queer
Men
Women
Non-binary
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