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Revision of Beauty
Transcript of Revision of Beauty
Motives & Thoughts
KEY WORDS Gender “Gender is a major building block in the social structures built on these unequal statuses” (Lorber, 113). & Patriarchy How do we identify the historical subordination of women?
Race Class Gender Sexuality Without a voice or a narrative to share, the inequality of women continues to circulate in its vicious cycle of struggle and suffrage. Who is behind the lens? Who is the viewer, and who is being viewed?
“ Gender creates the social differences that define ‘woman’ and ‘man.’ In social interaction through their lives, individuals learn what is expected, see what is expected, act and react in expected ways, and thus simultaneously construct and maintain the gender order” (Lorber, 114). Motives and Thoughts Works Cited Hartmann, Heidi. "Capitalism, Patriarchy, and Job Segregation by Sex." Signs: Women
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