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culture
Shared behaviors, meanings, symbols, and values transmitted from one generation to the next.
ethnicity
The defining characteristics of a social grouping sharing cultural traditions, transmitted over generations and reinforced by the expectations of the subgroup in which the individual or family maintains membership.
feminist family therapy
A form of collaborative, egalitarian, nonsexist intervention, applicable to both men and women, addressing family gender roles, patriarchal attitudes, and social and economic inequalities in male-female relationships.
gender
A learned set of culturally prescribed attitudes and behaviors as masculine or feminine, associated with but distinct from the biological status of being male or female.
gender schema
A feminist term depicting a person’s ingrained set of associations that sees others from the viewpoint of gender rather than any other set of characteristics.
gender-sensitive family therapy
A therapeutic perspective, regardless of theoretical persuasion, that examines the impact of gender socialization on the outlooks, attitudes, behaviors, and interpersonal relationships of men and women; its aim is to empower clients to make sexist-free role choices rather than be limited by roles determined by their biological status as male or female.