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Illuminating How Identities, Stereotypes and Inequalities Matter through Gender Studies.

By: Farris, Nicole.
Contributor(s): Davis, Mary Ann | Compton, D''Lane R.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer, 2014Description: 1 online resource (198 p.).ISBN: 9789401787185.Subject(s): Equality -- United States | Race -- United States | Social classes -- United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Illuminating How Identities, Stereotypes and Inequalities Matter through Gender StudiesDDC classification: 305.3 | 305.8 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Foreword: Illuminating How Identities Stereotypes and Inequalities Matter through Gender Studies; Contributors; Contents ; Part I; Identities and Perceptions; "Blogging my Academic Self"; References ; How Do You Facebook? The Gendered Characteristics of Online Interaction; Introduction; Background; Facebook as Location; Usage; Control; Display of Identity; Methods; Findings and Discussion; Comparison of Salient Identities: Twenty Statements Test Cross-Comparisons; Identity Projection; Facebook as Location (for Front Stage Projections); Connectivity and Belonging; Difference in Interaction
ControlPersonal Rules and Guidelines; Importance to Users and Social Approval; Conclusion; References; Negotiating Gay Male Christian Identities; Introduction; Identity Theories; Being Rural, Being Gay; Gay Christians; Studying Rural Gay Christian Men; Sensationalized Conflicting Stereotypes vs. Real Life; Gay Friendly Churches; The Fit of the Church; Personal Relationship with God; Community; How Stereotypes Create Issues: The Urban/Rural Binary; Discussion and Conclusion; References ; Tomboys in the Work of Carson McCullers; Tomboyism as a Phase; Norm Enforcement; Physical Appearance
PsychologyReferences; Part II; Culture, Stereotypes, and Stigma; Violent Environment: Women and Frontier Coffey County, Kansas: 1855-1880; References; The Proof is in the Pudding: Gender Specific Stereotypes in Television Advertisements; Introduction; Literature Review; Methodology; Results; Discussion/Conclusion; References ; Carmen Tafolla: Chicana Writer, from the Whispers of Her People; References ; The Social Construction and Resistance of Menstruation as a Public Spectacle; Bleeding Bodies are Stigmatized Bodies: An Introduction; Menstrual Stigma; Foucault and the Menstrual Body
Performing Menstruation: An Internalized Menstrual PanopticonTraditional Society and the Menstrual Taboo; The Feminine Handicap: Menstruation as a Medical Condition; The Commodification of Menstruation; Radical Menarchists: A Menstrual Revolution; The Menstrual Body: Conclusion; References; Getting Off Online: Race, Gender, and Sexuality in Cyberspace; Chapter Introduction; Elements in the History of Sexual-Racialism; Racial Construction and Sexual and Gender Performance; Data and Methods; Results; Gender and Race Online; Conclusion; References; Part III
Social Problems and ApplicationsPunishing Abused Women: A Retrospective on a Ms. Magazine Blog; Introduction; Background; Methodology; Background to Cultural Studies Approach and Use of Feminist Theories; Use of Ms. Blogasphere in Research; Experiences in Court; Are Women Blameless?; The Family Court; The Role of "Experts"; A Broken System; The Role of Judges; Inept Media Coverage of Child Custody Scandals and Pas; Impact of Early Law on Child Custody Loss; The Role of Secrecy; Conclusion; References; Constructing Families: Gay Male and Lesbian Foster Families; Introduction; Background
Assumption of Sexual Dualism
Summary: This collection highlights and extends contemporary women''s and gender studies by presenting theoretical analyses and innovative research conceptualizations, applications and methodologies via a diverse variety of popular-in-the-classroom topics, such as changing masculinities; comedic/dramatic portrayals of ethnicity and discrimination; stigma and differences within mainstream media gender stereotypes; intersections of gendered and sexual identities in social media and fundamental institutions.These topics emphasize relevant issues and nuances within popular culture, identities and perceptio
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Foreword: Illuminating How Identities Stereotypes and Inequalities Matter through Gender Studies; Contributors; Contents ; Part I; Identities and Perceptions; "Blogging my Academic Self"; References ; How Do You Facebook? The Gendered Characteristics of Online Interaction; Introduction; Background; Facebook as Location; Usage; Control; Display of Identity; Methods; Findings and Discussion; Comparison of Salient Identities: Twenty Statements Test Cross-Comparisons; Identity Projection; Facebook as Location (for Front Stage Projections); Connectivity and Belonging; Difference in Interaction

ControlPersonal Rules and Guidelines; Importance to Users and Social Approval; Conclusion; References; Negotiating Gay Male Christian Identities; Introduction; Identity Theories; Being Rural, Being Gay; Gay Christians; Studying Rural Gay Christian Men; Sensationalized Conflicting Stereotypes vs. Real Life; Gay Friendly Churches; The Fit of the Church; Personal Relationship with God; Community; How Stereotypes Create Issues: The Urban/Rural Binary; Discussion and Conclusion; References ; Tomboys in the Work of Carson McCullers; Tomboyism as a Phase; Norm Enforcement; Physical Appearance

PsychologyReferences; Part II; Culture, Stereotypes, and Stigma; Violent Environment: Women and Frontier Coffey County, Kansas: 1855-1880; References; The Proof is in the Pudding: Gender Specific Stereotypes in Television Advertisements; Introduction; Literature Review; Methodology; Results; Discussion/Conclusion; References ; Carmen Tafolla: Chicana Writer, from the Whispers of Her People; References ; The Social Construction and Resistance of Menstruation as a Public Spectacle; Bleeding Bodies are Stigmatized Bodies: An Introduction; Menstrual Stigma; Foucault and the Menstrual Body

Performing Menstruation: An Internalized Menstrual PanopticonTraditional Society and the Menstrual Taboo; The Feminine Handicap: Menstruation as a Medical Condition; The Commodification of Menstruation; Radical Menarchists: A Menstrual Revolution; The Menstrual Body: Conclusion; References; Getting Off Online: Race, Gender, and Sexuality in Cyberspace; Chapter Introduction; Elements in the History of Sexual-Racialism; Racial Construction and Sexual and Gender Performance; Data and Methods; Results; Gender and Race Online; Conclusion; References; Part III

Social Problems and ApplicationsPunishing Abused Women: A Retrospective on a Ms. Magazine Blog; Introduction; Background; Methodology; Background to Cultural Studies Approach and Use of Feminist Theories; Use of Ms. Blogasphere in Research; Experiences in Court; Are Women Blameless?; The Family Court; The Role of "Experts"; A Broken System; The Role of Judges; Inept Media Coverage of Child Custody Scandals and Pas; Impact of Early Law on Child Custody Loss; The Role of Secrecy; Conclusion; References; Constructing Families: Gay Male and Lesbian Foster Families; Introduction; Background

Assumption of Sexual Dualism

This collection highlights and extends contemporary women''s and gender studies by presenting theoretical analyses and innovative research conceptualizations, applications and methodologies via a diverse variety of popular-in-the-classroom topics, such as changing masculinities; comedic/dramatic portrayals of ethnicity and discrimination; stigma and differences within mainstream media gender stereotypes; intersections of gendered and sexual identities in social media and fundamental institutions.These topics emphasize relevant issues and nuances within popular culture, identities and perceptio

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