STUART HALL, RIP
REVERSED GENDER
ROLES
GENDER AND
STRATIFICATION
– HORIZONTAL
AND VERTICAL
SEGREGATION
TO UNDERSTAND SEGREGATION IN TERMS
OF GENDER AND EMPLOYMENT
HORIZONTAL
SEGREGATION
The idea that men and women are employed in different
sectors of the economy. This could be linked ...
VERTICAL
SEGREGATION
Complete the worksheet on vertical segregation
independently. Input the evidence that you gathered fo...
ACTIVITY
Now write a paragraph explaining how, if you were the PM,
you would deal with the issues of vertical and horizont...
GENDER, LIFE CHANCES
AND STEREOTYPING
Read over the research section on page 274. Complete the
worksheet by inputting evid...
EXAM QUESTIONS
Plan answers, using the information from todays lesson, for
the following questions. Use only very brief, c...
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  1. 1. STUART HALL, RIP
  2. 2. REVERSED GENDER ROLES
  3. 3. GENDER AND STRATIFICATION – HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL SEGREGATION TO UNDERSTAND SEGREGATION IN TERMS OF GENDER AND EMPLOYMENT
  4. 4. HORIZONTAL SEGREGATION The idea that men and women are employed in different sectors of the economy. This could be linked to Parson’s theory of the expressive and instrumental needs of society. Men are ten times more likely to be employed in skilled trades. One fifth of women are employed in secretarial positions, in comparison to four percent of men. However… use the idea of the changing job market and DEA to evaluate the idea of horizontal segregation
  5. 5. VERTICAL SEGREGATION Complete the worksheet on vertical segregation independently. Input the evidence that you gathered for homework.
  6. 6. ACTIVITY Now write a paragraph explaining how, if you were the PM, you would deal with the issues of vertical and horizontal segregation. You have complete control over the state apparatus. You must use the following key concepts: • Socialisation (secondary and primary) • Legislation • Mass media • Gendered roles This task is designed to encourage you to use synoptic skills, and to introduce key concepts from your AS year.
  7. 7. GENDER, LIFE CHANCES AND STEREOTYPING Read over the research section on page 274. Complete the worksheet by inputting evidence for each of the key sections, and then use your synoptic skills to outline how these facts may influence the socialisation of boys or girls. The vast majority of newspaper editors are male (86%), as are top executives of media organizations (90%). Evidence Possible influence Large media organisations may continue to over-represent male interests, thereby socialising females into positions of little or no authority. There is also the issue of the ‘sexualisation’ of females in the media.
  8. 8. EXAM QUESTIONS Plan answers, using the information from todays lesson, for the following questions. Use only very brief, concise notes and ensure that you have evidence, theory and key concepts in each paragraph. Outline the evidence that the UK is a patriarchal society [20] Outline and assess sociological explanations of gender inequality in the workplace [40]

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