gender ideology

gender ideology

a system of ideas whereby GENDER differences and GENDER STRATIFICATION receive social justification, including justification in terms of‘natural’ differences or supernatural beliefs. As Oakley (1974) has argued, sociologists have sometimes tended to reproduce the ‘common-sense’ ideologies surrounding gender differences in an uncritical way
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From the outset of the text and then throughout, there is constant, if vague, reference to "gender ideology," which functions rhetorically as a dismissible straw man.
Whitehead and Perry find that Christian nationalism is a strong predictor of gender ideology: that is, Americans who believe that the federal government should reflect Christian values are more likely to believe that politics is men's sphere, that women should care for children, and that children suffer if mothers work.
This includes a gender ideology, which favors women and disadvantages men.
"We are sure that the gender ideology is not suitable for children, since we would be promoting factors that will affect their adult life, it is because we are against the promotion of a law based on the single experience of a group.
How far do his works conform to the predominant gender ideology of the period?
These features promote a highly democratic gender ideology towards women's rights.
(2008) consider work-family gender ideology for their analysis.
It is a historical fact that long before there were gender studies programs in any university or the phrase gender ideology was ever spoken, transgender people were present, recognized, and even valued in some cultures around the world.
This volume brings together 12 essays on the portrayal of women in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) in television series, how these portrayals reinforce and resist traditional gender ideology, and how they may impact women in the contemporary workplace.
Before then, Slovakia had had its own protests against the Istanbul Convention staged by conservatives who see the document as a symbol of "gender ideology" and liberal attitudes regarding women and family.
In their opinion, the convention contradicts the Latvian Constitution, and further makes it possible to impose on the country 'a project of changing society based on gender ideology'.
"This case is one of a flood of cases we are encountering where teachers are finding themselves silenced or punished if they refuse to fall in line with the current sexual and gender ideology being imposed on our children in schools," said Williams.

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