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Gender Roles Stereotypes

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Maria Amaya

on 8 March 2017

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Gender Roles Stereotypes
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ster·e·o·type
ˈsterēəˌtīp/
noun
1.
a widely held but fixed and oversimplified image or idea of a particular type of person or thing.
What does gender role stereotyping mean?
gen·der role
noun
plural noun: gender roles
the role or behavior learned by a person as appropriate to their gender, determined by the prevailing cultural norms.
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Kinder
3rd Graders
3rd Graders
Kinder
3rd Graders
Kinder
3rd graders
Kinder
Both
3rd Graders
Kinder
Both
3rd Graders
Kinder
3rd Graders
Kinder
3rd graders
Kinder
How do young children’s experiences with gender biases affect their
development and opportunities for leading successful lives?
Null Hypothesis
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More of the children will think of the stereotypical gender role. 4 out of 6
Alternative Hypothesis
: Less children will think of the stereotypical gender roles. 3 out of 6.
Observational Study
Gender role stereotyping
occurs whenever people are expected to behave a certain way or perform certain tasks solely based upon their gender.
Conclusion
Younger children such as Kinder are more proud and loves to show off what they love. They don't really care or think about others during these stages of life.
Older Children such as 3rd graders think about other's opinions and what their parents think about. They are scared to express their self due to seeing people getting rejected on certain things.
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