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Discussion 1 (a): Social Influence on Gender

Gender is a social construction. Sex—that is, female or male—is a biological distinction, but societies define what it means to be a “woman” or a “man” and then shape individual behavior through social interaction. For example, a society may encourage nurturing behaviors in females but discourage emotional expression in males. While some cultures acknowledge more than two genders, in others, restrictive gender stereotypes pressure conformity and at the same time value “masculine” traits over those perceived to be “feminine.” These stereotypes may be further reinforced through mass media culture to sometimes harmful outcomes.

This week, you analyze different theoretical perspectives in relation to women. You further consider the effect of gendered messages on transgender individuals.

By Day 3

Post your response to the following:

  • Provide three examples of how the social environment shapes expectations of female gender.
  • Analyze the impact of these messages on individuals, using the theories from this week’s readings.
  • Explain the influence of the theoretical perspective of intersecting identities on gender, specifically:
    • How might race/ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, religion, and/or ability impact the experience of gender?
  • Using the examples provided, further analyze the impact of those cultural messages about gender on transgender individuals.
  • Describe how principles of a social justice perspective apply to gender equity.on, religion, and/or ability impact the experience of gender?
  • Discussion 1(b): Historical Oppression and Discrimination – Through a Native American LensWhat images come to mind when you think of Native Americans and First Nations peoples? Many people think of historical representations of indigenous tribes and not what Native American and First Nations people’s lives look like today. Understanding the experience of a client with indigenous heritage means also knowing about the historical influences that have shaped their present-day context.As a social worker, you may be associated with the powers that tried to systematically eradicate indigenous cultures through government policies of assimilation and massacre. While you did not engage in these acts, your client who has been impacted by the historical trauma may harbor an inherent mistrust of anyone representing the dominant culture. How might this affect you client’s professional relationship with you?In this Discussion, you consider the impact of oppression on Native American and First Nations peoples, the effect this has on worker-client relationships, and social work’s ethical responsibility to address historical and institutional discrimination. Explain the following:

    • Explain the ways that historical oppression and institutional discrimination have impacted Native Americans and First Nations peoples.
    • Describe how historical oppression might influence reactions to social workers by Native Americans and First Nations peoples.
    • Explain the social worker’s responsibility to broader society in addressing the influence of historical and institutional discrimination according to the NASW Code of Ethics (section 6)

    • Explain two ways you may address social worker credibility when working with this population.
    • Explain how to use a strengths-based perspective to draw from community and cultural strengths with this population.
                                                      • Describe how principles of a social justice perspective apply to gender equity.Discussion: Social Influence on GenderGender is a social construction. Sex—that is, female or male—is a biological distinction, but societies define what it means to be a “woman” or a “man” and then shape individual behavior through social interaction. For example, a society may encourage nurturing behaviors in females but discourage emotional expression in males. While some cultures acknowledge more than two genders, in others, restrictive gender stereotypes pressure conformity and at the same time value “masculine” traits over those perceived to be “feminine.” These stereotypes may be further reinforced through mass media culture to sometimes harmful outcomes.This week, you analyze different theoretical perspectives in relation to women. You further consider the effect of gendered messages on transgender individuals.By Day 3Post your response to the following:
                                                        • Provide three examples of how the social environment shapes expectations of female gender.
                                                        • Analyze the impact of these messages on individuals, using the theories from this week’s readings.
                                                        • Explain the influence of the theoretical perspective of intersecting identities on gender, specifically:
                                                          • How might race/ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, religion, and/or ability impact the experience of gender?

                                                        By Day 6Respond to two colleagues:

                                                        • Using the examples provided by your colleague, further analyze the impact of those cultural messages about gender on transgender individuals.
                                                        • Describe how principles of a social justice perspective apply to gender equity.Discussion: Social Influence on GenderGender is a social construction. Sex—that is, female or male—is a biological distinction, but societies define what it means to be a “woman” or a “man” and then shape individual behavior through social interaction. For example, a society may encourage nurturing behaviors in females but discourage emotional expression in males. While some cultures acknowledge more than two genders, in others, restrictive gender stereotypes pressure conformity and at the same time value “masculine” traits over those perceived to be “feminine.” These stereotypes may be further reinforced through mass media culture to sometimes harmful outcomes.This week, you analyze different theoretical perspectives in relation to women. You further consider the effect of gendered messages on transgender individuals.By Day 3Post your response to the following:
                                                          • Provide three examples of how the social environment shapes expectations of female gender.
                                                          • Analyze the impact of these messages on individuals, using the theories from this week’s readings.
                                                          • Explain the influence of the theoretical perspective of intersecting identities on gender, specifically:
                                                            • How might race/ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, religion, and/or ability impact the experience of gender?

                                                          By Day 6Respond to two colleagues:

                                                          • Using the examples provided by your colleague, further analyze the impact of those cultural messages about gender on transgender individuals.
                                                          • Describe how principles of a social justice perspective apply to gender equity.Discussion: Social Influence on GenderGender is a social construction. Sex—that is, female or male—is a biological distinction, but societies define what it means to be a “woman” or a “man” and then shape individual behavior through social interaction. For example, a society may encourage nurturing behaviors in females but discourage emotional expression in males. While some cultures acknowledge more than two genders, in others, restrictive gender stereotypes pressure conformity and at the same time value “masculine” traits over those perceived to be “feminine.” These stereotypes may be further reinforced through mass media culture to sometimes harmful outcomes.This week, you analyze different theoretical perspectives in relation to women. You further consider the effect of gendered messages on transgender individuals.By Day 3Post your response to the following:
                                                            • Provide three examples of how the social environment shapes expectations of female gender.
                                                            • Analyze the impact of these messages on individuals, using the theories from this week’s readings.
                                                            • Explain the influence of the theoretical perspective of intersecting identities on gender, specifically:
                                                              • How might race/ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, religion, and/or ability impact the experience of gender?

                                                            By Day 6Respond to two colleagues:

                                                            • Using the examples provided by your colleague, further analyze the impact of those cultural messages about gender on transgender individuals.
                                                            • Describe how principles of a social justice perspective apply to gender equity.Discussion: Social Influence on GenderGender is a social construction. Sex—that is, female or male—is a biological distinction, but societies define what it means to be a “woman” or a “man” and then shape individual behavior through social interaction. For example, a society may encourage nurturing behaviors in females but discourage emotional expression in males. While some cultures acknowledge more than two genders, in others, restrictive gender stereotypes pressure conformity and at the same time value “masculine” traits over those perceived to be “feminine.” These stereotypes may be further reinforced through mass media culture to sometimes harmful outcomes.This week, you analyze different theoretical perspectives in relation to women. You further consider the effect of gendered messages on transgender individuals.By Day 3Post your response to the following:
                                                              • Provide three examples of how the social environment shapes expectations of female gender.
                                                              • Analyze the impact of these messages on individuals, using the theories from this week’s readings.
                                                              • Explain the influence of the theoretical perspective of intersecting identities on gender, specifically:
                                                                • How might race/ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, religion, and/or ability impact the experience of gender?

                                                              By Day 6Respond to two colleagues:

                                                              • Using the examples provided by your colleague, further analyze the impact of those cultural messages about gender on transgender individuals.
                                                              • Describe how principles of a social justice perspective apply to gender equity.Discussion: Social Influence on GenderGender is a social construction. Sex—that is, female or male—is a biological distinction, but societies define what it means to be a “woman” or a “man” and then shape individual behavior through social interaction. For example, a society may encourage nurturing behaviors in females but discourage emotional expression in males. While some cultures acknowledge more than two genders, in others, restrictive gender stereotypes pressure conformity and at the same time value “masculine” traits over those perceived to be “feminine.” These stereotypes may be further reinforced through mass media culture to sometimes harmful outcomes.This week, you analyze different theoretical perspectives in relation to women. You further consider the effect of gendered messages on transgender individuals.By Day 3Post your response to the following:
                                                                • Provide three examples of how the social environment shapes expectations of female gender.
                                                                • Analyze the impact of these messages on individuals, using the theories from this week’s readings.
                                                                • Explain the influence of the theoretical perspective of intersecting identities on gender, specifically:
                                                                  • How might race/ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, religion, and/or ability impact the experience of gender?

                                                                By Day 6Respond to two colleagues:

                                                                • Using the examples provided by your colleague, further analyze the impact of those cultural messages about gender on transgender individuals.
                                                                • Describe how principles of a social justice perspective apply to gender equity.Discussion: Social Influence on GenderGender is a social construction. Sex—that is, female or male—is a biological distinction, but societies define what it means to be a “woman” or a “man” and then shape individual behavior through social interaction. For example, a society may encourage nurturing behaviors in females but discourage emotional expression in males. While some cultures acknowledge more than two genders, in others, restrictive gender stereotypes pressure conformity and at the same time value “masculine” traits over those perceived to be “feminine.” These stereotypes may be further reinforced through mass media culture to sometimes harmful outcomes.This week, you analyze different theoretical perspectives in relation to women. You further consider the effect of gendered messages on transgender individuals.By Day 3Post your response to the following:
                                                                  • Provide three examples of how the social environment shapes expectations of female gender.
                                                                  • Analyze the impact of these messages on individuals, using the theories from this week’s readings.
                                                                  • Explain the influence of the theoretical perspective of intersecting identities on gender, specifically:
                                                                    • How might race/ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, religion, and/or ability impact the experience of gender?

                                                                  By Day 6Respond to two colleagues:

                                                                  • Using the examples provided by your colleague, further analyze the impact of those cultural messages about gender on transgender individuals.
                                                                  • Describe how principles of a social justice perspective apply to gender equity.Discussion: Social Influence on GenderGender is a social construction. Sex—that is, female or male—is a biological distinction, but societies define what it means to be a “woman” or a “man” and then shape individual behavior through social interaction. For example, a society may encourage nurturing behaviors in females but discourage emotional expression in males. While some cultures acknowledge more than two genders, in others, restrictive gender stereotypes pressure conformity and at the same time value “masculine” traits over those perceived to be “feminine.” These stereotypes may be further reinforced through mass media culture to sometimes harmful outcomes.This week, you analyze different theoretical perspectives in relation to women. You further consider the effect of gendered messages on transgender individuals.By Day 3Post your response to the following:
                                                                    • Provide three examples of how the social environment shapes expectations of female gender.
                                                                    • Analyze the impact of these messages on individuals, using the theories from this week’s readings.
                                                                    • Explain the influence of the theoretical perspective of intersecting identities on gender, specifically:
                                                                      • How might race/ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, religion, and/or ability impact the experience of gender?

                                                                    By Day 6Respond to two colleagues:

                                                                    • Using the examples provided by your colleague, further analyze the impact of those cultural messages about gender on transgender individuals.
                                                                    • Describe how principles of a social justice perspective apply to gender equity.Discussion: Social Influence on GenderGender is a social construction. Sex—that is, female or male—is a biological distinction, but societies define what it means to be a “woman” or a “man” and then shape individual behavior through social interaction. For example, a society may encourage nurturing behaviors in females but discourage emotional expression in males. While some cultures acknowledge more than two genders, in others, restrictive gender stereotypes pressure conformity and at the same time value “masculine” traits over those perceived to be “feminine.” These stereotypes may be further reinforced through mass media culture to sometimes harmful outcomes.This week, you analyze different theoretical perspectives in relation to women. You further consider the effect of gendered messages on transgender individuals.By Day 3Post your response to the following:
                                                                      • Provide three examples of how the social environment shapes expectations of female gender.
                                                                      • Analyze the impact of these messages on individuals, using the theories from this week’s readings.
                                                                      • Explain the influence of the theoretical perspective of intersecting identities on gender, specifically:
                                                                        • How might race/ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, religion, and/or ability impact the experience of gender?

                                                                      By Day 6Respond to two colleagues:

                                                                      • Using the examples provided by your colleague, further analyze the impact of those cultural messages about gender on transgender individuals.
                                                                      • Describe how principles of a social justice perspective apply to gender equity.Discussion: Social Influence on GenderGender is a social construction. Sex—that is, female or male—is a biological distinction, but societies define what it means to be a “woman” or a “man” and then shape individual behavior through social interaction. For example, a society may encourage nurturing behaviors in females but discourage emotional expression in males. While some cultures acknowledge more than two genders, in others, restrictive gender stereotypes pressure conformity and at the same time value “masculine” traits over those perceived to be “feminine.” These stereotypes may be further reinforced through mass media culture to sometimes harmful outcomes.This week, you analyze different theoretical perspectives in relation to women. You further consider the effect of gendered messages on transgender individuals.By Day 3Post your response to the following:
                                                                        • Provide three examples of how the social environment shapes expectations of female gender.
                                                                        • Analyze the impact of these messages on individuals, using the theories from this week’s readings.
                                                                        • Explain the influence of the theoretical perspective of intersecting identities on gender, specifically:
                                                                          • How might race/ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, religion, and/or ability impact the experience of gender?

                                                                        By Day 6Respond to two colleagues:

                                                                        • Using the examples provided by your colleague, further analyze the impact of those cultural messages about gender on transgender individuals.
                                                                        • Describe how principles of a social justice perspective apply to gender equity.Discussion: Social Influence on GenderGender is a social construction. Sex—that is, female or male—is a biological distinction, but societies define what it means to be a “woman” or a “man” and then shape individual behavior through social interaction. For example, a society may encourage nurturing behaviors in females but discourage emotional expression in males. While some cultures acknowledge more than two genders, in others, restrictive gender stereotypes pressure conformity and at the same time value “masculine” traits over those perceived to be “feminine.” These stereotypes may be further reinforced through mass media culture to sometimes harmful outcomes.This week, you analyze different theoretical perspectives in relation to women. You further consider the effect of gendered messages on transgender individuals.By Day 3Post your response to the following:
                                                                          • Provide three examples of how the social environment shapes expectations of female gender.
                                                                          • Analyze the impact of these messages on individuals, using the theories from this week’s readings.
                                                                          • Explain the influence of the theoretical perspective of intersecting identities on gender, specifically:
                                                                            • How might race/ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, religion, and/or ability impact the experience of gender?

                                                                          By Day 6Respond to two colleagues:

                                                                          • Using the examples provided by your colleague, further analyze the impact of those cultural messages about gender on transgender individuals.
                                                                          • Describe how principles of a social justice perspective apply to gender equity.Discussion: Social Influence on GenderGender is a social construction. Sex—that is, female or male—is a biological distinction, but societies define what it means to be a “woman” or a “man” and then shape individual behavior through social interaction. For example, a society may encourage nurturing behaviors in females but discourage emotional expression in males. While some cultures acknowledge more than two genders, in others, restrictive gender stereotypes pressure conformity and at the same time value “masculine” traits over those perceived to be “feminine.” These stereotypes may be further reinforced through mass media culture to sometimes harmful outcomes.This week, you analyze different theoretical perspectives in relation to women. You further consider the effect of gendered messages on transgender individuals.By Day 3Post your response to the following:
                                                                            • Provide three examples of how the social environment shapes expectations of female gender.
                                                                            • Analyze the impact of these messages on individuals, using the theories from this week’s readings.
                                                                            • Explain the influence of the theoretical perspective of intersecting identities on gender, specifically:
                                                                              • How might race/ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, religion, and/or ability impact the experience of gender?

                                                                            By Day 6Respond to two colleagues:

                                                                            • Using the examples provided by your colleague, further analyze the impact of those cultural messages about gender on transgender individuals.
                                                                            • Describe how principles of a social justice perspective apply to gender equity.Discussion: Social Influence on GenderGender is a social construction. Sex—that is, female or male—is a biological distinction, but societies define what it means to be a “woman” or a “man” and then shape individual behavior through social interaction. For example, a society may encourage nurturing behaviors in females but discourage emotional expression in males. While some cultures acknowledge more than two genders, in others, restrictive gender stereotypes pressure conformity and at the same time value “masculine” traits over those perceived to be “feminine.” These stereotypes may be further reinforced through mass media culture to sometimes harmful outcomes.This week, you analyze different theoretical perspectives in relation to women. You further consider the effect of gendered messages on transgender individuals.By Day 3Post your response to the following:
                                                                              • Provide three examples of how the social environment shapes expectations of female gender.
                                                                              • Analyze the impact of these messages on individuals, using the theories from this week’s readings.
                                                                              • Explain the influence of the theoretical perspective of intersecting identities on gender, specifically:
                                                                                • How might race/ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, religion, and/or ability impact the experience of gender?

                                                                              By Day 6Respond to two colleagues:

                                                                              • Using the examples provided by your colleague, further analyze the impact of those cultural messages about gender on transgender individuals.
                                                                              • Describe how principles of a social justice perspective apply to gender equity.Discussion: Social Influence on GenderGender is a social construction. Sex—that is, female or male—is a biological distinction, but societies define what it means to be a “woman” or a “man” and then shape individual behavior through social interaction. For example, a society may encourage nurturing behaviors in females but discourage emotional expression in males. While some cultures acknowledge more than two genders, in others, restrictive gender stereotypes pressure conformity and at the same time value “masculine” traits over those perceived to be “feminine.” These stereotypes may be further reinforced through mass media culture to sometimes harmful outcomes.This week, you analyze different theoretical perspectives in relation to women. You further consider the effect of gendered messages on transgender individuals.By Day 3Post your response to the following:
                                                                                • Provide three examples of how the social environment shapes expectations of female gender.
                                                                                • Analyze the impact of these messages on individuals, using the theories from this week’s readings.
                                                                                • Explain the influence of the theoretical perspective of intersecting identities on gender, specifically:
                                                                                  • How might race/ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, religion, and/or ability impact the experience of gender?

                                                                                By Day 6Respond to two colleagues:

                                                                                • Using the examples provided by your colleague, further analyze the impact of those cultural messages about gender on transgender individuals.
                                                                                • Describe how principles of a social justice perspective apply to gender equity.Discussion: Social Influence on GenderGender is a social construction. Sex—that is, female or male—is a biological distinction, but societies define what it means to be a “woman” or a “man” and then shape individual behavior through social interaction. For example, a society may encourage nurturing behaviors in females but discourage emotional expression in males. While some cultures acknowledge more than two genders, in others, restrictive gender stereotypes pressure conformity and at the same time value “masculine” traits over those perceived to be “feminine.” These stereotypes may be further reinforced through mass media culture to sometimes harmful outcomes.This week, you analyze different theoretical perspectives in relation to women. You further consider the effect of gendered messages on transgender individuals.By Day 3Post your response to the following:
                                                                                  • Provide three examples of how the social environment shapes expectations of female gender.
                                                                                  • Analyze the impact of these messages on individuals, using the theories from this week’s readings.
                                                                                  • Explain the influence of the theoretical perspective of intersecting identities on gender, specifically:
                                                                                    • How might race/ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, religion, and/or ability impact the experience of gender?

                                                                                  By Day 6Respond to two colleagues:

                                                                                  • Using the examples provided by your colleague, further analyze the impact of those cultural messages about gender on transgender individuals.
                                                                                  • Describe how principles of a social justice perspective apply to gender equity.Discussion: Social Influence on GenderGender is a social construction. Sex—that is, female or male—is a biological distinction, but societies define what it means to be a “woman” or a “man” and then shape individual behavior through social interaction. For example, a society may encourage nurturing behaviors in females but discourage emotional expression in males. While some cultures acknowledge more than two genders, in others, restrictive gender stereotypes pressure conformity and at the same time value “masculine” traits over those perceived to be “feminine.” These stereotypes may be further reinforced through mass media culture to sometimes harmful outcomes.This week, you analyze different theoretical perspectives in relation to women. You further consider the effect of gendered messages on transgender individuals.By Day 3Post your response to the following:
                                                                                    • Provide three examples of how the social environment shapes expectations of female gender.
                                                                                    • Analyze the impact of these messages on individuals, using the theories from this week’s readings.
                                                                                    • Explain the influence of the theoretical perspective of intersecting identities on gender, specifically:
                                                                                      • How might race/ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, religion, and/or ability impact the experience of gender?

                                                                                    By Day 6Respond to two colleagues:

                                                                                    • Using the examples provided by your colleague, further analyze the impact of those cultural messages about gender on transgender individuals.
                                                                                    • Describe how principles of a social justice perspective apply to gender equity.
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