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Department
Women's and Gender Studies
Course Code
WSTA03H3
Professor
Victoria Tahmasebi

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IMPORTANT WORDS
Intersectionality: examines how gender, race, class, and disability are part of social
inequality.
Gender performativity: part of post-modernism. Examines how gender is performed
every day by people as part of their unconscious mind.
Imperialism: It focuses on colonial power. Part of Marxist theory…
Post-colonial: after a nation has been invaded by people.
Identification: being identified by your gender.
Racialization: being identified by your race.
Symbolic order: Think about judicial order and symbolic order is what society
expects of us.
Diaspora: movement of a large group of people.
Judith Butler: Part of post-modernism. She is the author of a book, said bodies
matter.
Sigmund Freud: the Father of psychoanalytic and he was a neurologist. He came up
with id, ego, and superego. And the penis envy.
Phallic/phallus: terms used to refer to the penis, mainly referring to the power it
comes with.
Binary/dualism: Queer theory- basically saying there is two sides to everything.
Such as: good and evil, man and woman.
Hegemonic masculinity: idealized norms: white, middle class, and heterosexual run
the society and other men of color, class, and sex are degraded.
Identification: identifying oneself as male or female.
Heteronormativity: it says that heterosexuality is the norm.
Karl Marx: part of Marxist theory. He said.???
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IMPORTANT WORDS Intersectionality: examines how gender, race, class, and disability are part of social inequality. Gender performativity: part of post-modernism. Examines how gender is performed every day by people as part of their unconscious mind. Imperialism: It focuses on colonial power. Part of Marxist theory Post-colonial: after a nation has been invaded by people. Identification: being identified by your gender. Racialization: being identified by your race. Symbolic order: Think about judicial order and symbolic order is what society expects of us. Diaspora: movement of a large group of people. Judith Butler: Part of post-modernism. She is the author of a book, said bodies matter. Sigmund Freud : the
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