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Sex and gender

S. DuBois

Sociology in our times, the essentials. Ch. 10

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1.a term used to describe the division of the economy into two areas of employment, a primary sector or upper tier, composed of higher-paid (often subordinate-group) workers in jobs with little security and hazardous working conditions. (5 words)
5.the genitalia used in the reproductive process. (3 words)
8.anyone who is gender variant. Such as a transgender or transvestite.
9.a term used to describe the disparity between women’s and men’s earnings. (2 words)
10.the biological and anatomical differences between females and males.
12.the process of treating people as if they were objects instead of human beings comes from ideological superiority.
13.actions or practices of dominant- group members (or their representatives) that have a harmful effect on members of a subordinate group.
14.a person in whom sexual differentiation is ambiguous or incomplete. (also called intersexed)
15.extreme prejudice directed at gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and others who are perceived as not being heterosexual.
16.a person’s perception of the self as female or male.(2 words)
17.refers to the resources of knowledge, skills, and personality and physical attributes a person may draw on in order to access opportunities in the world it assumes that: the economic system is fair and competitive. Wage discrepancies reflect differences in the resources (or human capital) that individuals bring to their jobs. Labor market pay rates are affected by: age, education, prior experience, and years worked. (3 words)
18.a pattern in which different groups of workers are separated into occupational categories based on gender. (2 words)
2.the percentage of those in a given category who are employed either part-time or full-time. (4 words)
3.the hierarchical distribution of social and economic resources (wealth, power, and prestige) according to gender. Kendall calls this “sexism”. Sexism is ascribed and achieved. (2 words)
4.the erroneous attribution of behavioral differences to inherited physical characteristics.(2 words)
6.a person’s preference for emotional- sexual relationships with members of the opposite sex (heterosexuality), the same sex (homosexuality), or both (bisexuality). (2 words)
7.over generalizations about the appearance, behavior, or other characteristics of members of particular categories.
11.the attitudes, behavior, and activities that are socially defined as appropriate for each sex and are learned through the socialization process.(2 words)

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