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Gendered worlds, Judy Root Aulette, University of North Carolina-Charlotte, Judith Wittner, Loyola University Chicago

Label
Gendered worlds
Title
Gendered worlds
Statement of responsibility
Judy Root Aulette, University of North Carolina-Charlotte, Judith Wittner, Loyola University Chicago
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
The authors use the sociological imagination to explore gender relations throughout the world. They look at how concrete forms of gender, race, class, and sexual inequality operate transnationally; examine the impact of globalization on local and everyday life experiences; and identify how local actors re-imagine social possibilities, resist injustice, and work toward change. Integrating theory with empirical studies that are of particular interest to college students including research on violence, sports, and sexuality the authors make gender concepts genuinely interesting and accessible. They also demonstrate how students can think critically about gender, both within and beyond the classroom
Cataloging source
DLC
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Aulette, Judy Root
Dewey number
305.3
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
HQ1075
LC item number
.A95 2015
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Wittner, Judith G
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Sex role
  • Women
  • Feminist theory
  • Feminist theory
  • Sex role
  • Women
  • Genus (socialt kön)
  • Feministisk teori
  • Genusforskning
  • Kvinnor
  • Sociala förhållanden
Label
Gendered worlds, Judy Root Aulette, University of North Carolina-Charlotte, Judith Wittner, Loyola University Chicago
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1. Introduction -- A few more inconvenient truths -- Some ground rules for studying gender -- Social life is socially based and politically structured -- Gender is a part of a network of social inequalities -- Scholarship is political -- The overarching theory of intersectionality -- Hegemonic masculinities and emphasized femininities -- Making history -- Feminist scholars seeking answers -- Feminism in the universities -- Women's movements : a broad look -- 2. Bodies and genders -- The standard story -- the interplay of sex, gender, and sexuality -- Chromosomes, hormones, and genes -- Sexed bodies in other times and other places -- Metaphors about bodies in the New World -- How many genders are there? : the evidence from other cultures -- Sexuality and sexual orientation : gendering desire -- The basis of sexuality is not "either-or" but "both-and" -- Sexuality is socially scripted -- Bodies are produced within society -- Erotic relations are historical relations -- Sexuality is racialized, race is sexualized -- Intersex and transgender bodies -- Intersexuality and ambiguity -- Embodiment and intersexuality -- A brief history of intersex -- Intersex as lived reality -- Intersex activism -- The umbrella of transgender -- Gender matters -- 3. Socialization and the social construction of gender -- The gender lenses of androcentrism, gender polarization, and essentialism -- Individual-level theories : social roles and social learning -- Interactionist theories : doing gender -- The social implications of doing gender -- Props and resources for doing gender -- Structuralist theories : Rosabeth Moss Kanter -- Opportunity structures -- Power structures -- Relative numbers -- Gendered organizations : Joan Acker -- Institutional theories -- Integrating socialization, interaction, and institutions -- Explaining bad boys in the language of socialization -- The interactional construction of bad boys and disciplinarian teachers -- Explaining how institutions create bad boys -- Gender matters --
  • 4. Sexualities -- Comparing sexual attitudes and behaviors around the globe -- Changing attitudes toward sexuality in the United States -- Calling, dating, and hooking up -- The cult of the virgin -- Sexual rights -- The racial subtext of the sexual double standard -- Sexualized images of black men -- Racialized images of women's sexuality -- Social class and sexuality -- What is your sexuality? -- Lesbian or bisexual chic -- Men who sex with men -- Homophobia -- Heterosexism -- Competing perspectives on gendered sexuality -- Biology -- Sexual scripts -- How to be a heterosexual -- Queer theory -- Sex for sale -- Pornography -- Gendered porn -- The feminist censorship debate -- Sex workers -- Legal prostitution -- The feminist prostitution debate -- Globalization and sex trafficking -- Gender matters -- 5. Education -- Gender in the K-12 classroom -- What difference does differential treatment in schools make? -- Taming warriors in the kindergarten classroom -- Medicalizing and medicating boys in school -- Teaching materials -- Bullying -- High school -- counting gender differences in high school -- Math and science and gender -- Vocational education -- Title IX, No Child Left Behind, and single-sex schools -- SAT scores -- International comparisons on standardized tests -- Higher education and gender -- Women and higher education in the United States -- What about the boys? -- Global issues in education -- Unexpected connections between water and education -- Gender and teachers -- Evaluating professors -- The correspondence principle -- Gender matters -- 6. Gender and the global economy -- Paid work -- Who is in the paid workplace? -- Emotional labor -- Equal pay? -- Unequal opportunity : the glass ceiling, the glass elevator, and the sticky floor -- Why is there a wage gap between women and men? -- Discrimination -- Human capital -- Organization of jobs -- Gender segregation of the labor market -- Climbing the ladder of success -- Bringing politics into the picture -- How can the gender gap in promotion be closed? -- Comparable worth policies -- Success stories -- Success stories in engineering -- Retirement -- When work disappears : masculinity and homeless men -- The feminization of poverty -- Unpaid work through the life cycle -- Why is women's work invisible? -- Children and housework -- What's behind the way people divide up housework? -- Socialization theory -- Rational choice theory -- Feminist theory -- Globalization and gender -- WID, WAD, and GAD -- Gender matters --
  • 7. Families -- Marriage -- Marriage as a legal contract and the challenge of gay rights activists -- History of marriage in the United States -- Marriage promotion in the United States -- Love and marriage -- Widowhood -- Parenting and caregiving -- Motherhood mystique -- Work and family in Latino and African American families -- Working mothers and the Mommy Wars -- Welfare mothers -- Temporary aid to needy families -- Parenting by fathers -- Men balancing work and family -- The Fatherhood Responsibility Movement -- Biology and parenting -- Another kind of family caregiving : elder care -- Gendered styles of care work -- Grandparents and care work -- Balancing work and family -- International comparisons of family support programs -- Divorce -- The gendered economics of divorce -- Challenges of divorce for men -- Variation in divorce laws in different nations -- South African divorce laws -- Repudiation in Muslim nations -- Making comparisons -- Gender matters -- 8. Violence -- The gendered continuum of violence -- Some statistics on violence -- Street harassment : a geography of fear -- Men's personal safety and gendered violence -- Rape and domestic violence -- Recent decline in rape statistics -- Accounting for rape : evolutionary theory, individual psychology, and inequality -- Evolutionary theory -- Individual psychology -- Power inequality -- Ending rape -- The discovery of domestic violence -- Studies of domestic violence -- From universality to intersectionality -- Beyond criminal justice : marginalized battered women at the center -- State violence against men -- The prison-industrial complex -- Sexual violence in men's prisons -- Gendered violence in conflict zones -- Guatemala : a case study -- What is to be done? : CEDAW, the International Criminal Court, and Security Council Resolution 1325 -- Gender matters -- 9. Health and illness as social issues -- Nation and life expectancy -- Gender and life expectancy -- Sex, gender, and health : the gendered division of labor --- The health risks and benefits of women's employment in the global north -- Poor women's health risks on the job in the global south -- Sexual and reproductive health -- Toxins and reproductive risk -- Gendered illness : believing is seeing -- Hysteria -- Frigidity -- Eating disorders -- Men's body crises -- Masculinity as a health risk -- Masculinity and heart disease -- Stratification and inequality in the health care system -- Care work : the paid or unpaid, but often invisible, foundation of health care -- Women's health movements -- Abortion in the United States -- Beyond Roe v. Wade : the struggle continues -- Women of color and sterilization abuse -- The racism and classism of sterilization -- Globalizing sterilization -- Gender and the global AIDS pandemic -- Behavioral and educational approaches -- Structural violence and the women's epidemic -- Reflections on gender and health : fighting back around the world -- Gender matters --
  • 10. Politics, prison, and the military -- Politics and the State -- Electoral politics -- Voting rights -- The gender gap in voting -- Women elected officials -- What difference does it make? -- Why so few women? -- Gender and campaigns -- Three models for reform -- Meritocratic remedies -- Affirmative action remedies -- Radical remedies -- Political institutions : the courts and prisons -- Young people in the criminal justice system -- The War on Drugs -- Why are men so much more likely to be in prison? -- Political institutions : the military -- Women in combat -- Women and men in the military today -- Gender harassment in the military -- Why the hostility against women in the military? -- Masculinity and heterosexuality in the military -- Why are differences in the treatment of women in the military important? -- Be careful what you wish for -- Women and peace -- What is political? -- Gender matters -- 11. Popular culture and media -- Mass media and gender-- Gender on television -- Reality TV and gender -- LGBT on TV -- Missing women in the television industry -- symbolic annihilation -- Gender in advertising -- Advertising masculinity -- Men and beer -- Advertising gender in three nations -- Gender in U.S. advertising -- Gender in Turkish advertising -- Gender in Japanese advertising -- Gender in film -- Children's movies -- Sexualization of girls and women in media -- Gender and the internet -- Media theory -- Resisting media -- Music videos -- Gender matters -- 12. Sports -- Sports and masculinity -- History of sports and manliness -- Gay athletes -- Initiation rites and football -- Dangers of masculinity -- Time for a change? -- Mexican baseball players challenge hegemonic masculinity in sports -- Sportswomen -- Title IX -- International efforts to bring women into sports -- Barriers to bringing women into sports -- Women athletes, homophobia, and heterosexism -- Venus and Mars play sports -- Assimilation or reform -- Gender matters --
  • 13. Religion -- Religion as an institution -- Importance of religion across the globe -- By the numbers -- Religion and gender : contested terrain -- Abrahamic religions -- Catholicism -- Islam -- The practice of hijab -- Women and the hijab in the United States -- Perspectives on Islam in the United Kingdom -- Buddhism -- Religion and gender : fundamentalism -- Muslim fundamentalism -- Christian fundamentalism -- Fundamentalist views of masculinity -- Fundamentalist fathers -- Evangelical feminists -- Hindu fundamentalism -- Women in the pulpit -- The Da Vinci Code and ancient religious views of women -- Religion as a free space in oppressive cultures -- Religion as a base of resistance -- Women activists in Sri Lanka -- Religion in the American Civil Rights Movement -- Challenging religions from within -- What difference would more gender-equal religions make? -- Feminist theoretical models -- Classical sociological theory on religion -- Gender matters -- 14. Globalizing, organizing, and making the world a better place -- The development paradigm -- Beyond the rural : export processing zones -- Two more global economies -- Feminist political ecology : beyond production -- A provisioning economy -- Local knowledge -- How will we change the world?
Control code
872655010
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
Third edition.
Extent
xxv, 564 pages
Isbn
9780199335619
Lccn
2014008903
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)872655010
Label
Gendered worlds, Judy Root Aulette, University of North Carolina-Charlotte, Judith Wittner, Loyola University Chicago
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1. Introduction -- A few more inconvenient truths -- Some ground rules for studying gender -- Social life is socially based and politically structured -- Gender is a part of a network of social inequalities -- Scholarship is political -- The overarching theory of intersectionality -- Hegemonic masculinities and emphasized femininities -- Making history -- Feminist scholars seeking answers -- Feminism in the universities -- Women's movements : a broad look -- 2. Bodies and genders -- The standard story -- the interplay of sex, gender, and sexuality -- Chromosomes, hormones, and genes -- Sexed bodies in other times and other places -- Metaphors about bodies in the New World -- How many genders are there? : the evidence from other cultures -- Sexuality and sexual orientation : gendering desire -- The basis of sexuality is not "either-or" but "both-and" -- Sexuality is socially scripted -- Bodies are produced within society -- Erotic relations are historical relations -- Sexuality is racialized, race is sexualized -- Intersex and transgender bodies -- Intersexuality and ambiguity -- Embodiment and intersexuality -- A brief history of intersex -- Intersex as lived reality -- Intersex activism -- The umbrella of transgender -- Gender matters -- 3. Socialization and the social construction of gender -- The gender lenses of androcentrism, gender polarization, and essentialism -- Individual-level theories : social roles and social learning -- Interactionist theories : doing gender -- The social implications of doing gender -- Props and resources for doing gender -- Structuralist theories : Rosabeth Moss Kanter -- Opportunity structures -- Power structures -- Relative numbers -- Gendered organizations : Joan Acker -- Institutional theories -- Integrating socialization, interaction, and institutions -- Explaining bad boys in the language of socialization -- The interactional construction of bad boys and disciplinarian teachers -- Explaining how institutions create bad boys -- Gender matters --
  • 4. Sexualities -- Comparing sexual attitudes and behaviors around the globe -- Changing attitudes toward sexuality in the United States -- Calling, dating, and hooking up -- The cult of the virgin -- Sexual rights -- The racial subtext of the sexual double standard -- Sexualized images of black men -- Racialized images of women's sexuality -- Social class and sexuality -- What is your sexuality? -- Lesbian or bisexual chic -- Men who sex with men -- Homophobia -- Heterosexism -- Competing perspectives on gendered sexuality -- Biology -- Sexual scripts -- How to be a heterosexual -- Queer theory -- Sex for sale -- Pornography -- Gendered porn -- The feminist censorship debate -- Sex workers -- Legal prostitution -- The feminist prostitution debate -- Globalization and sex trafficking -- Gender matters -- 5. Education -- Gender in the K-12 classroom -- What difference does differential treatment in schools make? -- Taming warriors in the kindergarten classroom -- Medicalizing and medicating boys in school -- Teaching materials -- Bullying -- High school -- counting gender differences in high school -- Math and science and gender -- Vocational education -- Title IX, No Child Left Behind, and single-sex schools -- SAT scores -- International comparisons on standardized tests -- Higher education and gender -- Women and higher education in the United States -- What about the boys? -- Global issues in education -- Unexpected connections between water and education -- Gender and teachers -- Evaluating professors -- The correspondence principle -- Gender matters -- 6. Gender and the global economy -- Paid work -- Who is in the paid workplace? -- Emotional labor -- Equal pay? -- Unequal opportunity : the glass ceiling, the glass elevator, and the sticky floor -- Why is there a wage gap between women and men? -- Discrimination -- Human capital -- Organization of jobs -- Gender segregation of the labor market -- Climbing the ladder of success -- Bringing politics into the picture -- How can the gender gap in promotion be closed? -- Comparable worth policies -- Success stories -- Success stories in engineering -- Retirement -- When work disappears : masculinity and homeless men -- The feminization of poverty -- Unpaid work through the life cycle -- Why is women's work invisible? -- Children and housework -- What's behind the way people divide up housework? -- Socialization theory -- Rational choice theory -- Feminist theory -- Globalization and gender -- WID, WAD, and GAD -- Gender matters --
  • 7. Families -- Marriage -- Marriage as a legal contract and the challenge of gay rights activists -- History of marriage in the United States -- Marriage promotion in the United States -- Love and marriage -- Widowhood -- Parenting and caregiving -- Motherhood mystique -- Work and family in Latino and African American families -- Working mothers and the Mommy Wars -- Welfare mothers -- Temporary aid to needy families -- Parenting by fathers -- Men balancing work and family -- The Fatherhood Responsibility Movement -- Biology and parenting -- Another kind of family caregiving : elder care -- Gendered styles of care work -- Grandparents and care work -- Balancing work and family -- International comparisons of family support programs -- Divorce -- The gendered economics of divorce -- Challenges of divorce for men -- Variation in divorce laws in different nations -- South African divorce laws -- Repudiation in Muslim nations -- Making comparisons -- Gender matters -- 8. Violence -- The gendered continuum of violence -- Some statistics on violence -- Street harassment : a geography of fear -- Men's personal safety and gendered violence -- Rape and domestic violence -- Recent decline in rape statistics -- Accounting for rape : evolutionary theory, individual psychology, and inequality -- Evolutionary theory -- Individual psychology -- Power inequality -- Ending rape -- The discovery of domestic violence -- Studies of domestic violence -- From universality to intersectionality -- Beyond criminal justice : marginalized battered women at the center -- State violence against men -- The prison-industrial complex -- Sexual violence in men's prisons -- Gendered violence in conflict zones -- Guatemala : a case study -- What is to be done? : CEDAW, the International Criminal Court, and Security Council Resolution 1325 -- Gender matters -- 9. Health and illness as social issues -- Nation and life expectancy -- Gender and life expectancy -- Sex, gender, and health : the gendered division of labor --- The health risks and benefits of women's employment in the global north -- Poor women's health risks on the job in the global south -- Sexual and reproductive health -- Toxins and reproductive risk -- Gendered illness : believing is seeing -- Hysteria -- Frigidity -- Eating disorders -- Men's body crises -- Masculinity as a health risk -- Masculinity and heart disease -- Stratification and inequality in the health care system -- Care work : the paid or unpaid, but often invisible, foundation of health care -- Women's health movements -- Abortion in the United States -- Beyond Roe v. Wade : the struggle continues -- Women of color and sterilization abuse -- The racism and classism of sterilization -- Globalizing sterilization -- Gender and the global AIDS pandemic -- Behavioral and educational approaches -- Structural violence and the women's epidemic -- Reflections on gender and health : fighting back around the world -- Gender matters --
  • 10. Politics, prison, and the military -- Politics and the State -- Electoral politics -- Voting rights -- The gender gap in voting -- Women elected officials -- What difference does it make? -- Why so few women? -- Gender and campaigns -- Three models for reform -- Meritocratic remedies -- Affirmative action remedies -- Radical remedies -- Political institutions : the courts and prisons -- Young people in the criminal justice system -- The War on Drugs -- Why are men so much more likely to be in prison? -- Political institutions : the military -- Women in combat -- Women and men in the military today -- Gender harassment in the military -- Why the hostility against women in the military? -- Masculinity and heterosexuality in the military -- Why are differences in the treatment of women in the military important? -- Be careful what you wish for -- Women and peace -- What is political? -- Gender matters -- 11. Popular culture and media -- Mass media and gender-- Gender on television -- Reality TV and gender -- LGBT on TV -- Missing women in the television industry -- symbolic annihilation -- Gender in advertising -- Advertising masculinity -- Men and beer -- Advertising gender in three nations -- Gender in U.S. advertising -- Gender in Turkish advertising -- Gender in Japanese advertising -- Gender in film -- Children's movies -- Sexualization of girls and women in media -- Gender and the internet -- Media theory -- Resisting media -- Music videos -- Gender matters -- 12. Sports -- Sports and masculinity -- History of sports and manliness -- Gay athletes -- Initiation rites and football -- Dangers of masculinity -- Time for a change? -- Mexican baseball players challenge hegemonic masculinity in sports -- Sportswomen -- Title IX -- International efforts to bring women into sports -- Barriers to bringing women into sports -- Women athletes, homophobia, and heterosexism -- Venus and Mars play sports -- Assimilation or reform -- Gender matters --
  • 13. Religion -- Religion as an institution -- Importance of religion across the globe -- By the numbers -- Religion and gender : contested terrain -- Abrahamic religions -- Catholicism -- Islam -- The practice of hijab -- Women and the hijab in the United States -- Perspectives on Islam in the United Kingdom -- Buddhism -- Religion and gender : fundamentalism -- Muslim fundamentalism -- Christian fundamentalism -- Fundamentalist views of masculinity -- Fundamentalist fathers -- Evangelical feminists -- Hindu fundamentalism -- Women in the pulpit -- The Da Vinci Code and ancient religious views of women -- Religion as a free space in oppressive cultures -- Religion as a base of resistance -- Women activists in Sri Lanka -- Religion in the American Civil Rights Movement -- Challenging religions from within -- What difference would more gender-equal religions make? -- Feminist theoretical models -- Classical sociological theory on religion -- Gender matters -- 14. Globalizing, organizing, and making the world a better place -- The development paradigm -- Beyond the rural : export processing zones -- Two more global economies -- Feminist political ecology : beyond production -- A provisioning economy -- Local knowledge -- How will we change the world?
Control code
872655010
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
Third edition.
Extent
xxv, 564 pages
Isbn
9780199335619
Lccn
2014008903
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)872655010

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