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Stereotypes of “Today”<br />Kenya B. Hemphill<br />December 6, 2009<br />BKE 2322<br />
Gender types include:<br />Boy (male), man<br />Girl (female), woman<br />
Gender Identity:<br />       Twins!!!!!!<br />  “Boy” or “Girl”<br />“They don’t know what the future holds just yet!”<br />
It doesn’t matter….. About “Cultures” <br />                     Bi-racial or African-American<br />
Nor their Disabilities…<br />“ We Deserve The Education” <br />
“ Should We Judge?”<br />                    NO!!!<br />It only makes things worse.<br />
Nontraditional/ Multigenerational family<br />
Gender roles: Child imitating her mother, which varies according to the social group she belongs to.<br />
Today&apos;s Families<br />Remarried Family<br />Divorced Family<br />
Gender Types: <br />
My Philosophy on “Cultures” <br />     “ When being able to work with people of various cultures, it’s a blessing of exper...
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Stereotype Powerpoint Bke 2322

  1. 1. Stereotypes of “Today”<br />Kenya B. Hemphill<br />December 6, 2009<br />BKE 2322<br />
  2. 2. Gender types include:<br />Boy (male), man<br />Girl (female), woman<br />
  3. 3. Gender Identity:<br /> Twins!!!!!!<br /> “Boy” or “Girl”<br />“They don’t know what the future holds just yet!”<br />
  4. 4. It doesn’t matter….. About “Cultures” <br /> Bi-racial or African-American<br />
  5. 5. Nor their Disabilities…<br />“ We Deserve The Education” <br />
  6. 6. “ Should We Judge?”<br /> NO!!!<br />It only makes things worse.<br />
  7. 7. Nontraditional/ Multigenerational family<br />
  8. 8. Gender roles: Child imitating her mother, which varies according to the social group she belongs to.<br />
  9. 9. Today&apos;s Families<br />Remarried Family<br />Divorced Family<br />
  10. 10. Gender Types: <br />
  11. 11. My Philosophy on “Cultures” <br /> “ When being able to work with people of various cultures, it’s a blessing of experiences. Learning each others roles and how they see themselves getting ahead seem more helpful than it looks. I’ve learned to adjust to the types of cultures that are placed before me in my field of study. I’ve learned not to criticize, not that I have and I’ve learned to be open to communicate and live up to my standards of education that I’ve learned. Many of us can come to a struggle against cultures but as we get older and study it more, we are able to realize that regardless of our sex (male or female) , hair color, language or sex preference, that we have an supporting environment that is of wider culture acceptance . We need to focus on the relationships that we build with others despite of their characteristics. We owe it to our children not to permit the current deterioration of relationship, and for our community life to continue… which is to shape our future and they need stability to do that.” <br /> Kenya Hemphill<br />

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