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Gender roles and stereotypes   Raquel Martínez, Andrea Garrido and Bea Ferreiro
Gender roles and stereotypes   Raquel Martínez, Andrea Garrido and Bea Ferreiro
Gender roles and stereotypes   Raquel Martínez, Andrea Garrido and Bea Ferreiro
Gender roles and stereotypes   Raquel Martínez, Andrea Garrido and Bea Ferreiro
Gender roles and stereotypes   Raquel Martínez, Andrea Garrido and Bea Ferreiro
Gender roles and stereotypes   Raquel Martínez, Andrea Garrido and Bea Ferreiro
Gender roles and stereotypes   Raquel Martínez, Andrea Garrido and Bea Ferreiro
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Gender roles and stereotypes Raquel Martínez, Andrea Garrido and Bea Ferreiro

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Gender roles and stereotypes. IES Pedro Floriani, Redondela - 1st Bacharelato

Gender roles and stereotypes. IES Pedro Floriani, Redondela - 1st Bacharelato

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  • 1. GENDER ROLES
  • 2. GENDER ROLES A gender role is the place you hold in a family, relationship or society as a whole because you are male or female. Typically, your gender role is action-oriented and focused on whether you work outside the home or play a nurturing role within the family.
  • 3. STEREOTYPES
  • 4. STEREOTYPES Stereotypes are characteristics ascribed to groups of people involving gender, race, national origin and other factors. These characteristics tend to be oversimplifications of the groups involved, however. For example, someone who meets a few individuals from a particular country and finds them to be quiet and reserved may spread the word that all citizens from the country in question are quiet and reserved. A generalization such as this doesn’t allow for diversity within groups and may result in stigmatization and discrimination of groups if the stereotypes linked to them are largely negative. That said, even so-called positive stereotypes can be harmful due to their limiting nature. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wCgx8zM3woQ
  • 5. All blond women are dumb. All red heads are prostitutes. If I wear Goth clothing I'm a part of a rock band, depressed, or do drugs. Girls are only concerned about physical appearance. Men who spend too much time on the computer or read are geeks. Men who are not into sports are termed as gay. Girls are not good at sports. All teenagers are rebels. All children don't enjoy healthy food. Only anorexic women can become models. Women who smoke and drink do not have morals. Men who like pink are effeminate. EXAMPLES OF NEGATIVE STEREOTYPES
  • 6. All Blacks are great basketball players. All Asians are geniuses. All Indians are deeply spiritual. All Latinos dance well. All Whites are successful. Asians have high IQs. They are smarter than most in Math and Science. These people are more likely to succeed in school. African Americans can dance. All Canadians are exceptionally polite. French are romantic. All Asians know kung fu. All African American men are well endowed. Italians are good lovers. EXAMPLES OF POSITIVE STEREOTYPES
  • 7.  Women always smell good.  Women take forever to do anything.  Women are more brilliant than men.  Women try to work out problems while men take immediate action.  All women like the color pink.  All women like dolls.  Women take 2 hours to shower.  Women love mirrors.  Women like make-up.  Women are fussy about their hair.  Women like fashion magazines.  Women do not drive well.  Women never take chances.  Women always talk too much on the phone. EXAMPLES OF WOMEN STEREOTYPES
  • 8.  Only men can be doctors.  Men are stronger and more aggressive.  Men are better at sports.  Men hate reading.  Men always have an "I don't care" attitude.  Men don't get grossed out by scrapes and bruises.  Men are thickheaded.  Men like cars.  Men become jocks in high school.  Men take 2 seconds to shower.  Men like hats.  Men could care less if they become bald.  Men wear whatever is clean.  Men usually work in messy places.  Men like car or porn magazines.  Men brag about intimacy.  Men always lose all arguments against girls. EXAMPLES OF MEN STEREOTYPES

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