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Stage 3. Discussion “In what areas does society expect different behaviors from men and women?”

As a rule, students say that society expects different behaviors from men and women in the family when choosing professions, in relation to politics, following traditions, towards the army and war, towards sex, appearing in the media, raising children and caring for them, the desire to earn income and make money, in relation to appearance, age of marriage, age of sexual debut, etc.

The teacher organizes the discussion, using the questions "how do you think, why ...", "what", "how". The task is to pay attention to the “double standard” in relation to the expectations of society regarding the behavior of men and women, socially unlimited behavior of men and control over the behavior of women.
(Depending on the situation and characteristics of the audience, you can introduce the concept of segregation and gender discrimination.) As a rule, the audience is sure to hear a statement about “male privileges”, explained by the fact that “man is a breadwinner”

It is appropriate to emphasize that all information is taken from social experience and observations of the participants of the lesson, that the expressed ideas are quite stable and therefore influence people in a certain way, make them change their behavior to meet social expectations.
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Stage 3. Discussion “In what areas does society expect different behaviors from men and women?”

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