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

For each sentence, a score is displayed, showing how the proposal describes the respondent as corresponding to the gender stereotype (2 points), not relevant (0 points) or neutral (1 point). In this case, an individual assessment of the degree of stereotype / non-stereotype is subjective, that is, the respondent himself determines the characteristics of the gender stereotype. Examples of proposals and response options with the evaluation are given in table. one.

Table 1.

Example sentences and response options with rating

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

  1. Stage 4. Completion of the questionnaire “I am a woman / man”
    The instruction: “You received questionnaire forms with incomplete sentences written in a column that begin with the phrase“ I am a woman ”or“ I am a man ”(forms are distributed according to the biological sex of the participants in the class), and then an empty line is left. Please continue for 10 minutes. 1. I am a woman (man) because ... 2. I am a woman (man) and I want
  2. Stage 2. Processing the results of the questionnaire "Who am I?"
    After completing the work on drawing up a list of answers, the subjects are invited to analyze the content of the characteristics recorded in their questionnaire form, i.e. indicate how many social roles and individualized characteristics are present in the answers. Note: • Examples of social roles include professional roles (teacher, worker, etc.), gender roles, including
  3. Stage 3. Processing of results
    Discussion and analysis of the results of academic focus = group research 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 singled out, reconstructing this phenomenon in its entirety. Usually several groups participate in the study.
  4. Stage 2. Processing the results of the composition
    After completing the work on composing the essay, students are asked to analyze their own essay on the degree of expressiveness of the following criteria: • the social status (position) of the characters; • specifications; • relationship (context) between the characters; • the cause of the conflict (the motives of the characters); • conflict resolution (summary). Calculation results for each item
  5. Stage 3. Research 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. To compare the obtained results with the data on interhemispheric asymmetry in men and women, considered at the theoretical stage. Useful Information Functional asymmetry is that the implementation of some mental functions dominate the left hemisphere, and others - the right. Right hemisphere
  6. Stage 7. Discussion “Why do gender equality need men and women?”
    The teacher asks students to present and describe a society free of 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 assignment 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 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.
  8. Stage 1. Diagnostic questioning “What do I think (know) about the psycho-physiological features of men and women”
    The goal of this stage is to update students' individual ideas about the psycho-physiological characteristics of men and women and about what factors these differences are due to - biological or social. Students are invited to answer the questionnaire (application
  9. Stage 3. Group discussion "Real" man, "real" woman
    The instruction: “Each of you, in the process of presenting yourself as a man or a woman, used certain characteristics that were often repeated by members of the opposite sex. Are there any personal and behavioral qualities that can unambiguously characterize a person as a man or a woman? Who do we call a man, and whom - a woman? Let's make
  10. Instructions for processing data obtained using the questionnaire SF-36
    This instruction has been prepared by Evidence - A clinical and pharmacological study. Reference to the company is required for all publications of the results obtained using the SF-36 questionnaire in all media, including the Internet. “SF-36 Health Status Survey” 1 (SF-36) refers to non-specific questionnaires for assessing the quality of life (QOL), it is widely distributed in the USA
  11. Stage 1. Filling out the questionnaire "Who am I?"
    The instruction: “You received questionnaire forms, where the word“ I ”is written 20 times in a column and then an empty line is left. Please answer the question “Who am I?” Within 15 minutes, using any words or sentences for this purpose. Keep a record of all the answers as they “come to
  12. Differential psychology of men and women
    Differential psychology is traditionally engaged in the psychology of sex differences, 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 masculinized 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 between the somatic and mental properties of an individual. There is a whole range of data on the psycho-physiological characteristics of men and women, among which the most reliable are differences in the field of physical activity. In men, the total muscle strength and the maximum strength of individual links (fingers, hands, feet, etc.) are higher than those of
  14. Features of the somatic characteristics of men and women
    Men and women differ in a variety of morphological characteristics, including body size [16]. A person's height varies between 150–200 cm and depends on a number of factors, among which the main are gender and race. In men, as a rule, growth is greater than in women. For the population of Russia, the average height is about 175 cm for men and 165 cm for women.
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