Gender and Society: A Matter of Nature or Nurture? "Men have always been afraid that women could get along without them." --Margaret Mead In addition to age, gender is one of the universal dimensions on which status differences are based. Research Methods: Activities We Already Do It has been my experience as a teacher that students often feel very distant from formal Social Research Methods...that is, these Methods seem very much apart from their lives and are quite imposing to them. While undoubtedly there are some students who take to them immediately, the great majority of people feel quite intimidated by them and the prospect of learning them. By and large, social research is thought of as something “experts” do...social scientists with a great deal of education and experience, not something “ordinary” people do...especially not without specialized training. While there certainly is some truth to these ideas, if left at this level of understanding, students will tend to react to research with much doubt and angst. However, I don’t think this is the only option when approaching either a Research Methods component in an Introductory course, nor in an upper-level course in Social Research Methods (primarily for discipline majors).
How Cells Work" At a microscopic level, we are all composed of cells. Look at yourself in a mirror -- what you see is about 10 trillion cells divided into about 200 different types. Our muscles are made of muscle cells, our livers of liver cells, and there are even very specialized types of cells that make the enamel for our teeth or the clear lenses in our eyes! If you want to understand how your body works, you need to understand cells. Everything from reproduction to infections to repairing a broken bone happens down at the cellular level.
Masculinities To speak of masculinities is to speak about gender relations. Masculinities are not equivalent to men; they concern the position of men in a gender order. They can be defined as the patterns of practice by which people (both men and women, though predominantly men) engage that position. There is abundant evidence that masculinities are multiple, with internal complexities and even contradictions; also that masculinities change in history, and that women have a considerable role in making them, in interaction with boys and men. I have been an interested observer of masculinities all my life, but began to think of this as a researchable issue in the late 1970s.
Teaching of Psych Idea Exchange: An OTRP Resource / Research Methods in the Classroom Main -> In the Classroom: Research Methods Dogbert demonstrates how NOT to collect data via phone surveys (via notawfulandboring.blogspot.com) Using the free software at FreeIAT , you can create your own implicit association tests. With faculty supervision, this could provide some interesting lessons for a Research Methods course. Instructor's Guide to Using Research Methods and Statistics Concept Maps (2013)
Office for National Statistics Output in the Construction Industry, November 2015 In November 2015, output in the construction industry was estimated to have decreased by 0.5% compared with October 2015. All new work was the largest contributor to the fall, decreasing by 0.7%, with repair and maintenance (R&M) falling 0.2%. Index of Production, November 2015 Production output increased by 0.9% in November 2015 compared with November 2014.
Functionalism (philosophy of mind) Since mental states are identified by a functional role, they are said to be realized on multiple levels; in other words, they are able to be manifested in various systems, even perhaps computers, so long as the system performs the appropriate functions. While computers are physical devices with electronic substrate that perform computations on inputs to give outputs, so brains are physical devices with neural substrate that perform computations on inputs which produce behaviors. An important part of some accounts of functionalism is the idea of multiple realizability.
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Doctor Patient Relationship “You are feeling better today,” announced the gastroenterologist as he sat down by my hospital bed. I was genuinely surprised. “Really? Functionalism Functionalism is a theory about the nature of mental states. According to functionalism, mental states are identified by what they do rather than by what they are made of. This can be understood by thinking about artifacts like mousetraps and keys. In particular, the original motivation for functionalism comes from the helpful comparison of minds with computers.
9 Depressing Facts From the Latest Women in Media Report Women are inching towards media equality, but it’s slow going. That’s what we learned from the Women’s Media Center’s annual report on the status of women in TV, news, movies, and even social media. Some things are unsurprising, like the fact that women are vastly underrepresented in sports journalism. Other things are more interesting, like the fact that the Melissa Harris-Perry Show has more diversity than all the other Sunday political talk shows combined. inequalityprojects - Gender Inequality in the Media Gender Inequality in the Media:Athletic Coverage in the Media: Media coverage of sports relies on a multitude of factors to enable the sports industry to be effective in America. Gender inequality within this media coverage depends on many things; corporate power, the economy, and the passion of the sports fan. dd in the viewpoints of male and female athletes, and the layers of ideologies structure this controversy into what sports media has become soda oh yeah.Corporate Power Corporate America, in association with the sports industry, team up to make sports the sixth largest industry in the United States, with about $213-214 billion dollars invested in the industry each year (Kian, Mondello, Vincent, 2009). The spectacle of sports gives corporations a very profitable way to make a buck and create dynamic media coverage that is shown all over the world.
Gender Equality in the Media: The New Social Movement Artwork by Jessica Bishop; Infographics by Erin Ford “The media is the message and the messenger, and increasingly a powerful one,” says Patricia Mitchell, the former president and CEO of PBS . By the age of 10, a young girl will watch an average of 31 hours of television a week  and join other women around the country in comprising 52% of the movie-going population . Unfortunately, the media’s influence on young women has yielded many negative consequences. The media has been associated with causing young girls to have poor body images, exposing them to limited career options, and accepting inferior status to men.