Gender introduction 2

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Reinforcing gender stereotypes. Ann.

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Gender introduction 2
  1. Ann Oakley (1981)
    1. A feminist who arues that gender roles are socially constructed through socialisation. She explains how children are socialised into their gender roles by their families infour ways:
      1. Manipulation
        1. Encouraged behaviour that is seen as stereotypically acceptable for the child's gender and discouraging behaviour that is not considered the norm.
        2. Canalisation
          1. This involves parent chanelling their child's interests into toys, games and activities that are considered the norm for their gender.
        3. Verbal appellation
          1. Refers to giving children nicknames that reinforce gender expectations,
          2. Different activities
            1. Parents or family members may encourage children to participate in activities around the home that reinforce gender stereotypes.
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