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  • According to the syllabus and rubic, the following should be addressed (note Prezi was a recommendation – not the only option for this presentation therefore I selected slideshare):Develop a presentation using a multimedia or web-based presentation tool such as PreziPresentation consists of XX-XX slides appropriate for the audience. ·         Presentation addresses the following in your presentation:·         How are gender roles developed?·         When are gender roles adopted?·         What influences shape perceptions of gender roles?·         How might gender identity change from early childhood through adolescence?·         What observable behaviors might indicate changes in gender identity?·         Include detailed speaker notes with your presentation. These may be included in your presentation or submitted as an attachment.
  • Gender is a number of characters define femininity and masculinity. It is quite often referenced as sex (male, female, boy, girl) and is defined by societal norms. Gender roles have a significant impact upon child developed as well as behavioral patterns from infancy through adulthood (Bee & Boyd, 2010). Gender identity is known as the personal conception of whether an individual defines his or her self as male or female, both or neither. Gender stability was introduced by Kohlberg and is an understanding of gender labeling such as hair length, the stability of gender such as growing up fathers. Gender consistency references gender forever remaining the same.
  • Gender role development is from childhood and continues to develop throughout life. They usually begin at approximately 9-10 months of age and regarding gender identity (telling who is male an female by length of hair and clothing), to gender stability at the age of 4 where children begin to understand males become fathers and females become mothers, through gender consistency where children understand this is a never ending change in life (gender always remains the same).
  • When children begin to understand gender is forever permanent they typically look for ways to behave based upon their gender. Many children enter the cross gender phase because they find themselves overanalyzing gender and the societal norms as related. This typically happens between the ages of five to seven years old. Regularly, children learn and adopt gender roles that are prevalent in their homes. From these norms, children adopt morals that are often reinforced within their own lifestyles as adults and young teenagers.
  • Gender roles presentation

    1. 1. Deejay HardingGENDER ROLES MTE 506PRESENTATION Professor Ginger Caldwell
    2. 2. INTRODUCTION As related to child and adolescent develop, this presentation regarding the development of gender roles in children and adolescents will specifically discuss questions of how do genderroles develop and change over time, how observable behaviors serve as an indication of changes in childhood gender identity and interactions affiliated with gender roles.
    3. 3. HOW ARE GENDER ROLES DEVELOPED? GENDER GENDER IDENTITY STABILITY GENDER CONSISTENCY
    4. 4. WHEN ARE GENDER ROLES ADOPTED?Although gender roles are first developed at certain ages, gender roles are progressive throughout one’s lifetime. Below you willfind a graph illustrating the ages in which these gender roles are adopted: Gender Consistency: 4 – early 5 years old Gender Stability: throughout life. Approximately 4 years of age throughout lifetime Gender Identity: Infancy through approximately 3 years of age.
    5. 5. GOVERNING GENDER ROLES GENDER STABILITY / MORALS PERCEPTIONS THAT INFLUENCE GENDER ROLES SOCIETAL NORMS
    6. 6. HOW MIGHT GENDER IDENTITY CHANGE FROM EARLY CHILDHOOD THROUGH ADOLESCENCE? From childhood through adolescence, children are still quiteconfused regarding gender. Often times, children believe that gender is not permanent and is easily changed. They have ahard time accepting and understanding their body differencesand will often think about changing their body types through physical activities and behavioral patterns. An example ofthis would be females who believe that playing football and basketball with boys will make them equivalent to a boy or females who cut their hair short to look similar to males.These children may later experiment with being same -gender sexual activities.
    7. 7. WHAT OBSTACLE BEHAVIORS MIGHTINDICATE CHANGES IN GENDER IDENTITY? Children / Toddlers typically Friendships want to have friendships with the individuals of the same sex. role orientation as related to Gender androgynous gender modeled – Non- behavioral patterns are formed prior to what children Conformed understand what being a boy / Behavioral girl actually means Patterns Same sex interactions are modeled Same-Sex as what is appropriate and what is Modeling inappropriate as related to behavioral patterns.
    8. 8. REFERENCESBee, H., & Boyd, D. (2010). The developing child (12th ed.) Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

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