Chapter 11 Gender Role Development
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Chapter 11 Gender Role Development

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What is the first question that comes to mind when a baby is born?

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Gender Identity
Gender identification refers to one's perception of one's gender. Gender identification can either correlate with or diverge from a person's assigned sex. Gender expression is often associated with gender identification, but this is not always the case. While a person may exhibit actions, attitudes, and appearances congruent with a specific gender role, such manifestation does not always reflect their gender identity. Robert J. Stoller invented the term "gender identity" in 1964.

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Typical Sex Development
  • Both males and females have 46 chromosomes 
  • Two of these are sex chromosomes 

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Brain Differences 
  • The brains of a males are 9-12% larger than the brains of females. 

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If the male brain is larger than a female brain. Are males smarter than a female.

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The size of the brain is not related to general intelligence but does have a relationship to processing of spatial information.This information can graphically illustrate what is happening where, how and why to show the insight and impact of the past, the present and the likely future. 

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Social Learning Theories of Gender Role Development
Parrent treats their daughter and son differently as they influence gender role behavior.

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What ways can parents contribute to the way a child is influenced?

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Gender Role Development 
Parents can act negatively to inappropriate gender role play. The study also shows that sex segregation starts in preschool playgroups. 

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Television is a symbolic model that children are gender-stereotyped. 

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Kohlberg`s Theory
Kohlberg's belief a similar to Piaget's; once you understand your gender growing up, you correlate with your development. 

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It`s G.C.L. Friday !!!!!!!

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