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Stage 5. Processing of the results of the questionnaire "I am a woman / man"

For each proposal, a score is displayed showing how much the given sentence characterizes the respondent as a gender-appropriate stereotype (2 points), not corresponding (0 points) or neutral (1 point). In this case, the individual assessment of the degree of stereotypy / non-stereotyping is subjective, that is, the respondent himself determines the characteristics of the gender stereotype. Examples of proposals and variants of answers with an estimate are given in Table. 1.



Table 1.

Sample sentences and response variants with an assessment



The results obtained for all proposals are summarized.
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Stage 5. Processing of the results of the questionnaire "I am a woman / man"

  1. Stage 4. Completing the questionnaire "I am a woman / man"
    Instructions: "You have received questionnaires where unfinished sentences are written in the column, which begin with the phrase" I am a woman "or" I am a man "(the forms are distributed in accordance with the biological sex of the participants), and then an empty line is left. Please continue to offer within 10 minutes. 1. I am a woman (man), because ... 2. I am a woman (man) and I want,
  2. Stage 2. Processing of the results of the "Who am I?" Questionnaire
    After completing the work on preparing the list of answers, the subjects are asked to analyze the contents of the characteristics recorded in their questionnaire, that is, to indicate how many are present in the responses of social roles and individualized characteristics. Note: • Examples of social roles can be professional roles (teacher, worker, etc.), gender roles that include
  3. Stage 3. Processing of results
    Discussion and analysis of the results of the training focus = group study fit into two academic hours. The text recorded during the group discussion is analyzed, during which various aspects of the content of the analyzed phenomenon are identified and isolated, reconstructing this phenomenon in its entirety. Usually, several groups participate in the study,
  4. Step 2. Processing the results of the composition
    After completing the composition of the essay, students are asked to analyze their own essay in terms of the severity of the following criteria: • the social status (position) of the characters; • characteristics; • the relationship (context) between the characters; • the cause of the conflict (the motives of the characters); • Conflict resolution (total). The results of calculations for each item
  5. Stage 3. Investigation of interhemispheric asymmetry (definition of the leading hemisphere) in men and women
    The goal of the stage is to determine the dominant hemisphere in groups of men and women. Compare the results with the data on interhemispheric asymmetry in men and women, considered at the theoretical stage. Useful information Functional asymmetry lies in the fact that in the implementation of some mental functions, the left hemisphere dominates, while others - the right one. Right Hemisphere
  6. Stage 7. Discussion "Why should gender equality be for men and women?"
    The teacher asks students to present and describe a society free from gender stereotypes. The advantages of a new social order for women and for men, for the development of the individuality of each member of society and for society as a whole are discussed. The purpose of this task is to orient the participants of the seminar to social design, the inevitable stage of which is gender expertise,
  7. Stage 3. Discussion "In what areas does the society expect different behavior from men and women?"
    As a rule, students say that the society expects different behavior from men and women in the family when choosing occupations, in relation to politics, following traditions, to the army and war, to sex, to appear in the media, to raise and care for children, the desire to get income and earn money, to the appearance, the age of marriage, the age of the onset of sexual activity, etc.
  8. Stage 1. Diagnostic questioning "What I think (I know) about the psycho-physiological characteristics of men and women"
    The goal of this stage is to update the individual views of students about the psycho-physiological characteristics of men and women and about the factors that these differences are caused by - biological or social. Students are invited to answer questions on the questionnaire (annex
  9. Stage 3. Group discussion "Real" man, "real" woman
    Instruction: "Each of you in the process of presenting yourself as a man or a woman used those or other characteristics that were often repeated in representatives of the opposite sex. Are there any personal and behavioral qualities that can unambiguously characterize a person as a man or a woman? Whom do we call a man and who is a woman? Let's compose
  10. Instructions for processing data obtained with the SF-36 questionnaire
    This instruction has been prepared by Evidence, a clinical pharmacological study. A reference to the company is required for all publications of the results obtained with the SF-36 questionnaire in all media, including the Internet. SF-36 Health Status Survey 1 (SF-36) refers to non-specific quality of life (QOL) questionnaires, it is widely distributed in the US
  11. Stage 1. Completing the questionnaire "Who am I?"
    Instruction: "You have received questionnaires where the word" I "is written 20 times in the column and an empty line is left. Please, within 15 minutes, answer the question: "Who am I?", Using for this purpose any words or sentences. Write down all the answers as they "come in
  12. Differential psychology of man and woman
    The psychology of gender differences is traditionally occupied by differential psychology, gender psychology continues to study the psychological differences between the sexes, expanding the differentiation to gender types [1, 19, 25, 36, 43, 45]. Gender identity and the gender role of adults are usually recognized as more masculine in men and more feminized in women. Much of what
  13. Features of psycho-physiological characteristics of men and women
    Psychophysiological properties are considered as an intermediate link between the somatic and mental properties of the individual. There are a number of data on the psycho-physiological characteristics of men and women, among which the most reliable are the differences in the sphere of motor activity. In men, the total muscle strength and maximum strength of individual links (fingers, hands, feet, etc.) is higher than in
  14. Features of somatic characteristics of men and women
    Men and women differ in a number of morphological characteristics, including body size [16]. The height of a person varies between 150-200 cm and depends on a number of factors, among which the main ones are sex and race. Men tend to have more growth than women. For the population of Russia, the average growth is about 175 cm for men and 165 cm for women.
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