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Use “Viewing Questions” handout for test material on the film “Tough Guise”
the film tough guise show a tells is we are going to live in this world we must act and think like a man.
2.How does status anxiety contribute to the backlash against the women’s movement and the gay and lesbian rights movement?
the backlash against the women’s movement and the gay and lesbian is by doing volinece against them sothey don't take over the world
Use class discussion to identify situations where social interaction encourages boys and/or men to equate masculinity with the “tough guise” and violent masculinity images that are celebrated in the media.
have sex
seeing who is the stronger male
talking about sex between the male sex
and wanting more money
The Puerto Rican Dummy and the Merciful Son ): Be able to recognize the issues this Puerto Rican father is struggling with in teaching his son abut the use of violence, and focus on issues mentioned in class discussion.
What the father is saying to his son is being voilut to women and people dosen't make the man. what makes the man is having feeling and compaion for them
How does this article support the idea that women should develop their capacity to use violence? What is dangerous about the idea that women are inherently non-violent
Women are given the idea of using violence to protect themselves the idea that women are non-violent means the men will always have the power and control
Explain how the association of violence with masculinity can limit the power of women in the state (or system of government)/
it just means that women are learning to be more like men, and soon it will be a mans world if women give into violence
What are some components of organizational culture (or organizational climate), as the concept was developed by feminists? What ideas about “manhood” or masculinity contributed to abusive behavior at Abu Ghraib? How does the organizational culture of the military help explain the behavior of women soldiers in this situation?
IN OUR organizational culture THE MAN GET THIS IDEA THAT HE NEED TO GAIN POWER AND BE AT THE TOP, AND HURTS EVERYONE THAT STANDS INTHE WAY. THE ARM PLAYS A BIG ROLE IN THIS BECASE IF YOUR NOT THE BEST YOUR NOT GOOD ANOUGH. WOMEN WHO GO INTO THE ARM EITHER FIND A MAN IN THE ARM OR BECOME ONE OF THE BOYS
8.What is body consciousness and how is it formed through social experiences?
This theory is formed by more women being in the arm, and women and men interact in the cases
9.Reading #19 “A Way Outa No Way”: Describe the culture of thinnes theory of eating disorders. What does this article indicate about eating problems and racism, homophobia, poverty, and sexual abuse? What are the implications of this research for treatment and prevention?
WE
Describe the meaning attached to appearance, beauty, aging, and difference in Pueblo culture. How are these cultural ideas connected to the social organization of Pueblo life
People pay more to beauty and appearce that it is more important then if someone is smart. In everyday Pueblo life, not much attention was paid to one's physical appearance or clothing. Ceremonial clothing was quite elaborate but was used only for the sacred dances
Describe the different ways that women and men experience objectification as part of sexuality.
both women and men can be seen a pize depending on they look. by friend of the same sex checking out them out
12.How is the social construction of gender linked to the experience of domination and subordination is sexuality?
Well is a mans world so women are talken over by men to be used for whatever men want, sex extra. same goes for men too
How Men Have (A) Sex Explain the idea that many men use sexuality to “feel like a real man”? Be familiar with Stoltenberg’s discussion on three of the most important decisions men can make at the beginning of their sexual history
In human nature, there is no differrnce between "male" and "female" in any clear-cut way.
By have a compition with other on who can have the most sex

First, you can start choosing now not to let your sexuality he manipulated by the pornography industry Second, you can start choosing now not to let drugs and alcohol numb you through your sex life. Third, you can start choosing now not to fixate on fucking — especially if you'd really rather have sex in other, noncoital ways.
The Myth of the Sexual Athlete Be familiar with the description of “locker room sex talk,” including what athletes did NOT talk about, and what is learned about sexuality through the locker room subculture. Know the significance of the term “sexual schizophrenia” as used in this essay.
Most of us do not really know what it is we want from our sexual lives. SO IF THEY DON'T HAVE ONE THE MAY TALK LIKE THE DO IN THE LOCKER ROOM
15.On Not Being a Victim (handout reading): Throughout this essay, Mary Gaitskill speaks of “being responsible.” Carefully describe what “being responsible” means to the author, including the significance of rules and the significance of emotional truth.
GTJ
.Based on research summarized in class, identify three differences in the caregiving work done by men and women in families. Use class discussion to explain why these patterns exist. Know how the men in #37 The Transformation of Family Life (pages 304-313) talk about their own behavior. What difference did this research find in the behavior of African American, Asian, and Latino men?
Women are better caregiving becaue the the one that has the mothering nurching, and pay attect to detail.Some husbands, especially the younger ones, greet their wives' demands sympathetically. "I try to do as much as I can for Sue, and when I can't, I feel bad about it," says twenty-nine-THAT African American, Asian, and Latino men SPENT MORE TIME WITH THE FAMILY ARE CARING FOR FAMILY
17.#28 The New Momism (pages 226-238): Be familiar with the text description of the “new momism” and lecture notes on “intensive mothering.” Be able to recognize or provide your own examples. What makes the new momism unavoidable? List reasons why the new momism “triumphed” when it did.
TYT
18.#51 Global Woman (pages 443-452): Explain why the globalization of childcare and housework is not simply a result of affluent women needing help and poor women needing jobs. (Who and what else is involved, and how?) Why is there a deman for immigrant sex workers?
. These migrant workers often leave their own children in the care of grandmothers, sisters, and sisters-in-law. Sometimes a young daughter is drawn out of school to care for her younger siblings.
The Globtrotting Sneaker (pages 462-469) Outline the gendered nature of power relationships involved in the production and consumption of sneakers, as described in this article. Who benefits from these arrangements and how? There will also be test items based on the film Behind the Lable, which addresses the same power relationships.
the people that it benifit is the cosumer that by the product and the bussness itself
Define militarism and be familiar with how this concept was developed in class.
is the doctrinal view of a society as being best served when it is governed by concepts embodied in the culture, doctrine, system, or people of the military
What is structural violence and how is it related to militarism? Be able to recognize illustrations from #10 Reflections on Global Governance and Transnational Feminist Movements in an Era of Infinite War (pages 99-107)
YYU