Dorian FranklinJuly 31, 2012MTE/506Kristi Vogt
Gender RolesGender Identification
How are gender roles developed?• Learn from those who are around• From the child’s understanding of gender  concept• Categ...
When are gender roles adopted?• Gender identity stage: 9months-3years old• Gender stability stage: 4 years old• Gender con...
How might gender identity change?• Older children don’t live by as rigid of rules• Understand that sex roles are social  c...
What influences shape perceptions of           gender roles?•   Media•   Peers•   Parents•   Teachers
What behaviors might indicate     changes in gender identity?• Playmate preference• Toy preference• Same gender teaching/l...
Speakers NotesVery early in life children begin to learngender concepts and sex roles. They learn thisfrom those who are a...
Speakers NotesSome changes that might take place as a result  of gender identity are preferring to play with  same gender,...
ReferenceBee, H. and Boyd, D. (2010). The developing  child (2th ed.) Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon
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  1. 1. Dorian FranklinJuly 31, 2012MTE/506Kristi Vogt
  2. 2. Gender RolesGender Identification
  3. 3. How are gender roles developed?• Learn from those who are around• From the child’s understanding of gender concept• Categorizing emphasized differences
  4. 4. When are gender roles adopted?• Gender identity stage: 9months-3years old• Gender stability stage: 4 years old• Gender consistency stage: 4-5 years old
  5. 5. How might gender identity change?• Older children don’t live by as rigid of rules• Understand that sex roles are social conventions• Abandons the assumption that same sex behavior is preferable
  6. 6. What influences shape perceptions of gender roles?• Media• Peers• Parents• Teachers
  7. 7. What behaviors might indicate changes in gender identity?• Playmate preference• Toy preference• Same gender teaching/learning
  8. 8. Speakers NotesVery early in life children begin to learngender concepts and sex roles. They learn thisfrom those who are around them, their ownunderstanding of the concept, and from thosewho unknowingly categorize male and femalebehavior. This learning begins to take place asearly as three months old and is a permanentlesson by age five. There are many factorsresponsible for this knowledge: themedia, parents, friends, and teachers.
  9. 9. Speakers NotesSome changes that might take place as a result of gender identity are preferring to play with same gender, playing with toys that the gender is expected to play with, and learning from peers of the same sex. However, when the children become adolescences they tend to be more flexible. Also, they realize that roles are social conventions as they abandon the notion that same sex behavior is always desired.
  10. 10. ReferenceBee, H. and Boyd, D. (2010). The developing child (2th ed.) Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon

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