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    Gender And Gender

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    Sex, gender, and social class influence institutions of society, including the criminal justice system. John R. Fuller the author of “Criminal Justice Mainstream and Crosscurrents” says the justice system as a whole is a corrupt system even before sex and gender has been added as a factor. Throughout all levels of criminal justice, local, state and federal, there is a substantial double standard. Along with the prevalent gender inequality influence, intersection of race and gender, and gender and socioeconomic class are determining factors for those who are able to be successful in criminal justice and are more often offenders. Men and women are treated differently based on sex or gender by law enforcement and as opposite gendered law enforcement…

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    Gender And Gender Analysis

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    Throughout history race and gender have been closely intertwined in the construction of both black and white women’s bodies alike. The female body being viewed as natural, the medicalizing of the female body, and advertising the ideal beauty are concepts that have been embedded in Western thinking for many years. These three theories show the interaction between gender and race in the construction of thoughts concerning, and the interpretation of, the woman’s body. The first concept that…

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    children, or for teachers to have biases for one gender over the other gender. Often children are taught through example or media, that moms are expected to stay at home and cook, while dads go to work and make money for the family. This traditional viewpoint may have been due to evolution or even how animals provide for their families, such as a mother bird staying with the babies and keeping them warm in the nest, while the father goes to gather food for the babies. Compared to a few decades…

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    Gender equality, also known as sex equality, is the perspective that men and women should be treated equally and there should be no discrimination on the basis of gender. Gender equality is achieved when men and women enjoy the same rights and opportunities across all sectors of society, including economic participation and decision-making, and when there is no sort of discrimination on the different behavioral characteristics, aspirations and needs of men and women. Even the United Nations…

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    Sex and gender are often used as one similar term when in reality they had two different meaning. On one hand, sex is who you are born as biological. On the other hand, gender is who you feel you are inside. In addition, these two terms are social labels to separated people into two different groups female and male. According to a psychology review article The Intrapsychic of Gender: A model of Self-Socialization (April. 2010), by the age of 3 to 4 years old most children are aware that their…

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    anthropology which is rebuilds the daily life of people who lived in the past to explain the changing of the culture, and the gender behaviours, roles and attitudes in our culture. Gender archaeology is looking for evidence of gender roles and gender relations to help us understand the values and the relations between the genders in our society and what did each gender do in the past society, and how the society seeing women and men. Gender relations and roles, in all the societies every gender…

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    Stereotyping and Gender Inequality has been part of the human culture for hundreds of years. Every human being belongs to different groups such as gender, age, and ethnicity. Stereotyping has been impacting our lives severely due to the fact that people’s perception has led them to think negatively about certain groups. One group in particular has changed the way we perceive ourselves, gender. Over the years, research shows gender equality is still an issue in many industries. Gender equality…

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    which gender roles and schemas have existed, transformed, and evolved. Throughout history, the controversies over such matter have subsided, but nevertheless, they still continue to exist today and integrate into components of everyday life that impact individuals of all backgrounds. Not only that, but it influence other aspects of everyday life, impacting global processes such as the job market, social standpoints, and foreign relations. Critics may argue that gender roles have been equalizing…

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    Are Based On Gender The negative stereotypes based on gender continue to be an issue in today’s world. Stereotyping people based on whether they are male or female affects an individual’s perception of themselves. Many people do not realize the damage one can do when they stereotype a person. If a person is not comfortable with their biological gender, stereotyping can cause feelings of shame. People should not feel ashamed of their gender simply because of what others have to say. Choosing your…

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    qualities while the girls compliments focus on appearance or passive qualities. Even at an infantile age, society has expectations on what it means to be masculine or feminine. Further, people grow up and enact these behavioral qualities according to how they identify. The term“doing gender” is defined as an individual adjusting their behavior in order to fulfill society’s expectations (Lorber). In order to fully understand this concept further, I looked at the specific behavioral gender…

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