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Personal and Cultural Identity Notes

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Complete notes on Society and Culture Preliminary Course -- Personal and Cultural Identity.

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Human development Psychology Gender Gender studies Developmental psychology Identity Social constructionism Adolescence Peer group Socialization Jean Piaget Erikson's stages of psychosocial development
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Human development Psychology Gender Gender studies Developmental psychology Identity Social constructionism Adolescence Peer group Socialization Jean Piaget Erikson's stages of psychosocial development
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- Our biological sex can define out social and legal status as men and women. - Gender identity is how we feel about and express our gender and gender roles - clothing, behaviour, physical appearance. Early as age 2 or 3 - Every culture has gender roles - hold expectations for how women and men should behave and dress. - Children begin to learn gender roles from their parents and family - slowly expands to their religion and media as they grow older. - By the age of three, children usually learned to prefer toys and clothes that are “appropriate” to their gender. Nerf and Nerf Rebel - The foundations of stereotypes begin as young as the formation of gender identity. - Boys and girls are treated differently by the members of their own environment, and learn the differences between boys and girls, women and men. - Gender socialisatio...
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