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Stage 2. Acquaintance with the text “An Example of Early Gender Socialization”

The teacher reads the text “Example of early gender socialization” to students (see the appendix). To analyze the text, the teacher can ask students the following questions.

1. What are the perceptions of the grandson and granddaughter reflected in the statements of grandfather and grandmother?

2. What psychological mechanisms of gender socialization will grandfather and grandmother (participants in the described situation) actively use when organizing interaction with their grandchildren?
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Stage 2. Acquaintance with the text “An Example of Early Gender Socialization”

  1. Stage 2. Acquaintance with the concept of gender manipulation
    Purpose: study of the specifics of gender manipulation. The study of conditions affecting the development of manipulation in relationships, based on the personal experience of students. Task 1. “Working with an example of gender manipulation” (an example of gender manipulation is given in the appendix). The teacher distributes to students printed earlier sheets with a description of an example of manipulation taken from the literature, and offers with it
  2. Stage 1. Acquaintance. Presentation of a personal gender image
    Participants (students and presenter) are seated in an audience in a circle. The moderator invites everyone to introduce themselves in an arbitrary manner: name the name that the participant prefers as an appeal to himself, one adjective that most characterizes the personality of the participant from his / her point of view, and also tell a little about himself (which he considers necessary for the presentation of his public I AM).
  3. Stage 2. Discussion of the features of gender socialization
    The teacher asks students questions that reveal the essence of gender socialization. The main task of the teacher is to direct the discussion in the right direction, to “push” students to the correct answers. To do this, you can and should ask additional leading questions. After each question, information is provided that shows the teacher what conclusions the discussion should lead to.
  4. Stage 3. Preparation of the text “Gender Autobiography”
    The purpose of gender autobiography: • to trace the development of their own gender identity on the example of the conditions of their gender socialization; • highlight the mechanisms and methods by which the construction of gender identity is carried out. Gender autobiography is a means of studying the formation and development of gender identity. As a way of self-reflection, it aims to
  5. Stage 4. Training skills of critical analysis of texts on gender issues
    The host gives each student the text of the report by B. Francis (see the appendix), as a homework, offers to carefully read its contents and answer the following questions: 1. How does the author of the text define the concept of gender and gender identity? 2. Is this understanding consistent with that adopted in gender studies? 3. What the author of the text does not agree with and for
  6. Stage 4. Development of the concept of psychological and pedagogical support of the process of personal development of the child from the perspective of non-traditional (alternative) gender socialization
    This concept must necessarily contain: • purpose; • tasks; • areas of work; • forms of work; • main events. During its development, students determine the main priorities of alternative female / male socialization; formulate commandments for the education of girls / boys from a gender perspective. On a flannelgraph or a magnetic board, they draw up these
  7. Lesson 5. Gender autobiography as a method of studying the mechanisms of gender socialization
    This lesson is primarily aimed at updating the participants ’own experience at the stage of early gender socialization. In the process of this work, participants will try to understand the ways and mechanisms of constructing their own gender identity. Goals: replenishment and consolidation of knowledge of participants about theories and mechanisms of gender socialization; development of self-reflection skills during actualization
  8. Gender autobiography as a method of studying the mechanisms of gender socialization
    Gender autobiography as a method of studying the mechanisms of gender
  9. Lesson 4. Gender Socialization
    Purpose: to replenish and deepen knowledge about socialization, to consider the process of gender socialization of a person in ontogenesis, to realize the degree of influence of society on the process of gender socialization (see section 1.7.2 and 1.7.3.1). Equipment: cards with given situations and family characteristics (traditionally patriarchal or egalitarian). Understanding and awareness of the features of gender socialization This
  10. Gender socialization
    Socialization is the process of assimilation of social norms, rules, behavior patterns, the process of entering the social environment. Accordingly, gender socialization is a process of assimilation of norms, rules of behavior, attitudes consistent with cultural ideas about the role, position and purpose of men and women in society. The main aspects of socialization: appropriation (the process of assimilation
  11. Stage 2. Acquaintance with the main stages of the development of sexological knowledge
    Many traditional cultures attached great importance to issues of erotica, but only modern Western society has developed the science of sexuality - sexology. M. Foucault in his famous work “The History of Sexuality” showed that erotic pleasure becomes sexuality when it begins to be studied, analyzed, scientific texts, treatises, and textbooks written about it. The concept of "sexuality"
  12. FOURTH STAGE: DILEMAS OF GENDER DIFFERENCE AND GENDER EQUALITY
    In the post-Soviet period, the position of women and men in society changes both at the political and ideological levels, and at the level of everyday organization of the private sphere. New gender norms arise, but at the same time, Soviet models of social organization of relations between the sexes are preserved. At the same time, not only the rules of the game change, but also a situation of ambiguity arises in self-determination
  13. Gender socialization
    Gender
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