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WST300: Judith Butler - Behavior Creates Gender

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When we say that gender is performed, we usually mean that we're _____ in some way, and that this is crucial to the _____ that we are and that we present to the world. acting; gender
To say that gender is performative means that it produces a series of _____. We walk and speak in ways that consolidate an _____ of being a woman or a man. effects; impression
We act as if being of a woman or man is an internal reality or a fact about us, but it actually a phenomenon that is being _____ and _____ all the time. Produced; reproduced
To say that gender is performative is to say that nobody really is a gender from the _____. start
Sissy boys and tomboys experience threats of ____ and their parents _____ to say they need a _____. Violence; intervening; psychiatrist
There are institutional powers like psychiatric _____, and there are informal kinds of practices like _____ which try to keep us in our _____ place. Normalization; bullying; gendered
Judith Butler believes that gender is _____ formed, but it's also a domain of _____ or _____. Culturally; agency; freedom
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