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The Psychology of Gender


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Over the past century, there have been many changes in male-female relationships, in the ways men and women think of each other and of  themselves, and in the societal norms for feminine and masculine behavior. The male-female distinction has been assigned meanings and significance that have implications for work, family, leisure, and almost all aspects of social life. In fact, the differences and similarities between men and women are compelling for their personal, but also theirpolitical, economic, social, and educational implications. This chapter presents examples of active learning activities and how these experiential learning exercises are adapted to the course goals and objectives in a psychology of gender course. The focus of the chapter is on how to best integrate new research findings to the students’ existing knowledge base to create a new appreciation of these complex issues and how they influence each individual’s life.


Promoting Student Engagement

Autores

Isabelle D. Cherney

Registro ISBN

0-335-20225

SNIES Área

Psychology

SNIES Categoría

Education

Fecha de publicación 20 de junio de 2013
Fecha de aceptación 13 de junio de 2012

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