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Gender Socialization

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Kamryn Hawkins

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Transcript of Gender Socialization

Gender Socialization
By Kamryn Hawkins and
Whitney Terry

Definition
Process through which children learn the social expectations and attitudes associated with the different genders.
Origin
Babies dressed in certain colors
Under the age of two have less preference in color
Strongest preference for 8 year old boys
Children of single mother's don't follow as strictly
Ecological Systems Theory
Outcomes
Women are taught to be less competitive then men
Social expectations are higher for boys
Peers enforce gender roles
Questions?
The End
Resources
Andersen, S., Ertac, S., Gneezy, U., List, J. A., & Maximiano S. (2013). Gender,
Competitiveness and Socialization at a Young Age: Evidence from a Matrilineal
and a Patriarchal Society. Review Of Economics And Statistics, 95(4), 1438-1443
Ewing Lee, E. E., & Troop-Gordon, W. W. (2011). Peer Processes and Gender Role
Development: Changes in Gender Atypically Related to Negative Peer
Treatment and Children’s Friendships. Sex Roles, 64(1/2), 90-102
Hupp, J. M., Smith, J. L., Coleman, J. M., & Brunell, A. B. (2010). That's a Boy's Toy:
Gender-Typed Knowledge in Toddlers as a Function of Mother's Marital Status.
Journal Of Genetic Psychology, 171(4), 389-401.
doi:10.1080/00221325.2010.500637
Karniol, R. (2011). The Color of Children's Gender Stereotypes. Sex Roles, 65(1/2),
119-132. doi:10.1007/s11199-011-9989-1
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