A Topical Approach to Life-Span Development, 7

A Topical Approach to Life-Span Development, 7

A Topical Approach to Life-Span Development, 7th edition John W. Santrock Chapter 12 Gender and Sexuality Copyright McGraw-Hill Education, 2014 Biological, Social, and Cognitive Influences on Gender Gender Characteristics of people as males and females Gender identity

A sense of ones own gender, including knowledge, understanding, and acceptance of being male or female Gender roles Sets of expectations that prescribe how females and males should think, act, and feel Gender-typing Acquisition of traditional masculine or feminine role Copyright McGraw-Hill Education, 2014 Biological, Social, and Cognitive Influences on Gender Gender identity emerges before 2 years old

Sex-typed behavior increases during preschool years Children who engaged in the most sex-typed behavior during preschool were still doing so at 8 years old Copyright McGraw-Hill Education, 2014 Biological, Social, and Cognitive Influences on Gender Social role theory Psychological gender differences result from contrasting roles of women and men

In most world cultures, women have less power and status than men, and they control fewer resources Social hierarchy and division of labor are important causes of gender differences in power, assertiveness, and nurture Copyright McGraw-Hill Education, 2014 Biological, Social, and Cognitive Influences on Gender Psychoanalytic theory of gender Stems from Freuds view that preschool children develop a sexual attraction to opposite-sex parent Phallic Stage At 5-6 years old, children renounce attraction

because of anxious feelings Identifies with same-sex parent and unconsciously adopts same-sex parents characteristics Copyright McGraw-Hill Education, 2014 Biological, Social, and Cognitive Influences on Gender Social cognitive theory of gender Childrens gender development occurs through observation and imitation Rewards and punishments shape gender-appropriate behavior Social-Cognitive Gender Constancy

Gender Identity 2 Gender Stability 4 Gender Constancy/Conservation of Gender 6 Gender Schema Copyright McGraw-Hill Education, 2014 Biological, Social, and Cognitive Influences on Gender Schools and teachers bias against boys Compliance, following rules, and being neat and orderly valued and reinforced in many classrooms Large majority of teachers are female, especially at elementary level Boys are more likely to have learning disability, ADHD, and

to drop out Boys are more likely to be criticized by teachers Boys behavior is more likely to be stereotyped as problematic Copyright McGraw-Hill Education, 2014 Biological, Social, and Cognitive Influences on Gender Schools and teachers bias against girls Girls compliance and quiet in the classroom may come at the cost of diminished assertiveness Teachers spend more time watching and interacting with boys Boys get more instruction and more help when having

trouble than girls Girls and boys enter first grade with same level of selfesteem Girls self-esteem becomes lower than boys by middle school Copyright McGraw-Hill Education, 2014 Biological, Social, and Cognitive Influences on Gender Argument that single-sex education eliminates distractions from opposite sex and reduces sexual harassment Unsupported by valid scientific evidence Reduces opportunity for boys and girls to work together in supervised, purposeful environment

Single-sex public schools have increased in recent years No Child Left Behind legislation used to improve academic achievement of low-income students of color Copyright McGraw-Hill Education, 2014 Gender Stereotypes, Similarities, and Differences Gender differences in brain structure and activity Part of the hypothalamus involved in sexual behavior is larger in men Area of the parietal lobe that functions in visuospatial skills is larger in males Areas of brain involved in emotional expression tend to show more activity in females

Female brains are 10% smaller than males Female brains have more folds, and larger folds allow more surface brain tissue Copyright McGraw-Hill Education, 2014 Gender Stereotypes, Similarities, and Differences No gender differences found in overall intellectual ability In some cognitive areas, gender differences do exist Boys have better visuospatial skills than girls No differences in math scores Girls have more negative math attitudes and parents and teachers expectations for math competence are biased in favor

of boys Girls score higher than boys in reading and writing Girls earn better grades overall and complete high school at a higher rate Copyright McGraw-Hill Education, 2014 Gender Stereotypes, Similarities, and Differences Boys are more physically aggressive than girls Occurs in all cultures and appears early in child development Difference in physical aggression pronounced when provoked to anger Physical aggression seems to begin to decline around 4.

Why? Girls use relational aggression Equals things out. Harming someone by manipulating social relationships, more than boys Increases in middle and late childhood Copyright McGraw-Hill Education, 2014 Exploring Sexuality Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) Diseases contracted primarily through sex Penile-vaginal intercourse Oral-genital sex Anal-genital sex

Gonorrhea, syphilis, and chlamydia, AIDS, genital herpes, genital warts 19 Million - STIs are one of the most critical health challenges facing the nation today. CDC estimates that there are 19 million new infections every year in the United States. Often diagnosed in early adulthood. Why? $17 Billion - STIs cost the U.S. health care system $17 billion every yearand cost individuals even more in immediate and life-long health consequences Copyright McGraw-Hill Education, 2014 Sexuality Through The Life Span

Many sexually active adolescents do not use contraceptives or use them inconsistently Every year, more than 3 million American adolescents acquire an STI United States continues to have one of the highest rates of adolescent pregnancy and childbearing in industrialized countries Rates have been on downward decline Fear of STIs, school/community health classes, and higher hopes for future among reasons for decline Copyright McGraw-Hill Education, 2014 Sexuality Through The Life Span

Copyright McGraw-Hill Education, 2014 Exploring Sexuality Sexual Violence Contributors? Violence is Violence. Rape Forcible sexual intercourse with a person who does not give consent Legal definitions vary from state to state Actual number of cases is not easily determined due to

reluctance to report incidents Occurs most often in large cities 8 of every 10,000 women ages 12 or older are raped each year Copyright McGraw-Hill Education, 2014 Sexuality Through The Life Span Climacteric Midlife transition in which fertility declines Menopause When a womens menstrual periods cease Usually during late forties or early fifties

Perimenopause Transitional period from normal menstrual periods to no menstrual periods Often takes up to 10 years Copyright McGraw-Hill Education, 2014

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