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Exploring Stereotyped Bodies - Addressing gender stereotypes from primary to adult age range

Exploring Stereotyped Bodies - Addressing gender stereotypes from primary to adult age range

This activity explores how gender stereotypes are created and maintained. It is suitable for primary to adults (Have trialled it with all) as differentiation is by outcome. The basic premise is to draw and write all the stereotypes of boys/men in one body and all the stereotypes of girls/women in another body. Then list where the messages come from about how the two bodies should be down the centre between the two bodies. Draw arrows to show the pressure on the bodies. around the outside of the bodies we also list the names or situations that can occur for bodies that do not follow the rules. The question is posed “what is the easiest thing for bodies to do- if to step outside their stereotyped body leads to abuse”. The answer is of course remain in our stereotyped bodies- reinforcing them for ourselves and everyone around us. Discussion then explores how we can create spaces for us all to challenge stereotypes and live free from the constraints of stereotypes.
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Crash Course Sociology E # 37 Theories About Family & Marriage Q & A Key

Crash Course Sociology E # 37 Theories About Family & Marriage Q & A Key

Host- Nicole Sweeney Today we’ll explore how sociology defines family and the different terms used to describe specific types of family. We’ll look at marriage in different societies, as well as marital residential patterns and patterns of descent. And, of course, we’ll go over the three sociological schools of thought on the societal role of marriage and family. (Crash Course Synopsis 10:59) Fill in the blank questions with answer key In-Class or Flipped Classroom Assignment Video Link included
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Crash Course Sociology E#36 Age and Aging Q & A Key

Crash Course Sociology E#36 Age and Aging Q & A Key

Host- Nicole Sweeney People are getting older – not just in the individual sense, but the human population itself. Today we’re going to explore those shifting patterns and their implications. We’ll go over the biological, psychological, and cultural aspects of aging, including some of the particular challenges that older individuals face. (Crash Course Synopsis 10:18) Fill in the blank questions with answer key In-Class or Flipped Classroom Assignment Video Link included
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Crash Course Sociology Bundle Episodes # 31-35 Questions & Key

Crash Course Sociology Bundle Episodes # 31-35 Questions & Key

Host Nicole Sweeney will walk you through questions big and small about how we both shape societies and are shaped by them. (Crash Course Synopsis) 31.Sociology E#31 Sex & Sexuality 32.Sociology E#32 Gender Stratification 33.Sociology E#32 Gender Stratification 34.Sociology E#34 Race and Ethnicity 35.Sociology E# 35 Racial/Ethnic Prejudice & Discrimination Fill in the blank questions with answer key In-Class or Flipped Classroom Assignment Video Links included
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Crash Course Sociology E#35 Racial/Ethnic Prejudice & Discrimination Q & A Key

Crash Course Sociology E#35 Racial/Ethnic Prejudice & Discrimination Q & A Key

Host- Nicole Sweeney We can’t talk about race without also discussing racism, so today we are going to define and explain prejudice, stereotypes, and racism. We’ll look at five theories for why prejudice exists. We’ll discuss discrimination and the legacies of institutional racism. We’ll also provide an overview of four types of racial interaction: pluralism, assimilation, segregation, and genocide. (Crash Course Synopsis 11:39) Fill in the blank questions with answer key In-Class or Flipped Classroom Assignment Video Link included
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Crash Course Sociology E#34 Race and Ethnicity  Q & A Key

Crash Course Sociology E#34 Race and Ethnicity Q & A Key

Host- Nicole Sweeney What’s the difference between race and ethnicity? Today we’ll look at how definitions of races and ethnicities have changed over time and across places. We also discuss the terms minority and minority-majority and how races are defined in the United States.. (Crash Course Synopsis 10:58) Fill in the blank questions with answer key In-Class or Flipped Classroom Assignment Video Link included
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Crash Course Sociology E#32 Gender Stratification  Q & A Key

Crash Course Sociology E#32 Gender Stratification Q & A Key

Host- Nicole Sweeney Today we’re looking at how society becomes stratified along gender lines. We’ll discuss Raewyn Connell’s concept of hegemonic masculinities and emphasized femininities. We’ll explore gender socialization in the home, media, and schools. Finally, we’ll explain how gender stratification results in different outcomes by gender in education, occupations, earnings, and criminal activity. (Crash Course Synopsis 10:48) Fill in the blank questions with answer key In-Class or Flipped Classroom Assignment Video Link included
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Crash Course Sociology E#31 Sex & Sexuality  Q & A Key

Crash Course Sociology E#31 Sex & Sexuality Q & A Key

Host- Nicole Sweeney While sociology is a social science, we can use it to explore some intensely personal, private things. Today we’ll explore what sociology can tell us about sex and sexuality. We’ll also see what the three sociological paradigms have to say about sexuality and sexual orientations. (Crash Course Synopsis 11:34) Fill in the blank questions with answer key In-Class or Flipped Classroom Assignment Video Link included
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Crash Course Sociology E#30 Politics  Q & A Key

Crash Course Sociology E#30 Politics Q & A Key

Host- Nicole Sweeney While politics is generally seen as the domain of a civics class (and Craig did a great job of teaching US Government & Politics elsewhere on this channel!) it’s something that sociology is interested in too. Today we’re looking at the sociological approach to politics, different types of authority and political systems, and different sociological theories of power. (Crash Course Synopsis 10:12) Fill in the blank questions with answer key In-Class or Flipped Classroom Assignment Video Link included
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Crash Course Sociology E#29 Economic Systems & The Labor Market Q & A Key

Crash Course Sociology E#29 Economic Systems & The Labor Market Q & A Key

Host- Nicole Sweeney This week we’ll see how economies can be broken down into the primary, secondary, and tertiary sectors. We’ll look at the three stages of economic revolution that brought us to the modern post-industrial era. We’ll also explore two types of economic models: capitalism and socialism. (Crash Course Synopsis 10:18) Fill in the blank questions with answer key In-Class or Flipped Classroom Assignment Video Link included
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Crash Course Sociology E#28 Theories of  Global Stratification  Q & A Key

Crash Course Sociology E#28 Theories of Global Stratification Q & A Key

Host- Nicole Sweeney Today we’ll discuss two theories of global stratification. First, we’ll go over modernization theory and Walt Rostow’s Four Stages of Modernization. Next, we’ll explain dependency theory, the legacy of colonialism, and Immanuel Wallerstein’s Capitalist World Economy Model.. (Crash Course Synopsis 11:47) Fill in the blank questions with answer key In-Class or Flipped Classroom Assignment Video Link included
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