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Sociology - E4 - P1

Sociology - Exam 4 - Part 1 - Chapter 10

personal traits & social positions members of a society attach to being female or male Gender
unequal distribution of wealth, power, & privilege between men & women Gender stratification
rule by mothers, females dominate males Matriarchy
rule by fathers, males dominate females Patriarchy
belief that one sex is innately superior to the other Sexism
attitudes & activities that a society links to each sex Gender roles
women in Administrative work "pink-collar"
homemaking done in the evening after a woman's day of work "Second shift"
Womens' sufferage amendment 19th Amendment - 1920
any category of people distinguished by physical or cultural difference that a society sets apart & subordinates Minority
Interplay of race, class, & gender Intersection Theory
comments, gestures, or physical contacts of a sexual nature that are deliberate, repeated, and unwelcome Sexual Harassment
Sexual Harassment - This for that Quid pro quo
Talcott Parsons's Complementary set of roles Instrumental, Expressive
Who said capitalism intensifies male domination? Friedrich Engels
Types of feminism: Liberal Socialist Radical
Where would you look in U.S. schools to find course in which men outnumber women? the sciences
Margaret Mead's research on gender in three societies supports the conclusion that societies may define both "masculine" and "feminine" differently
In about _______ of all cases of rape and attempted rape on U.S. college campuses, a woman knows her attacker. 90%
Friedrich Engels claimed that capitalism increases men's domination of women
Talcott Parsons described gender in terms of complementarity
Talcott Parsons explained that society encourages _______ behavior in males, and _____ in females instrumental; expressive
In 2009, U.S. women held about _______ of seats in Congress. 17%
What share of married U.S. couples depend on two incomes? more than half
In the United States in 2008, women in the labor force working full time earned ______ of the income earned by men working full time. 77%
In 2009, research revealed that about what share of our country's richest people are women? 10%
Friedrich Engels claimed men's desire to control their property brought about monogamous marriage
As a social movement, feminism began with its "first wave" back in the 1840s
What share of today's U.S. women are working for income? 60%
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