Professor Barbara Risman explains the concept of gender as a social structure. She discusses how to examine gender from individual, interactional, institutional, and intersectional perspectives. Risman also describes particular gender scripts and schemas that men and women live with.
- Product:SAGE Video
- Type of Content:Tutorial
- Title:Gender as a Social Structure
- Publisher:SAGE Publications, Ltd.
- Publication year:2017
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- Discipline: Sociology
- Subject:Sociology of Gender, Sociology of Organizations, Institutions & Structure (general), Feminist Theory
- Keywords: agency (sociology), bias, caretakers, cognitive biases, effectiveness, empathy, family-responsive workplace practices, gender, gender discrimination in employment, gender gap, gender inequality, gender inequality and discrimination, gender roles, gender schemas/scripts, gender stereotypes, gender stratification, ideal worker, identity (sociology), individual career management, individual differences, inequality, institutional discrimination, interactionism, intersectionality of race, class, gender, and ethnicity, justice and injustice, labeling, leadership and gender, masculinity/femininity, motivation and career development, opting out, performativity, Social change, Social construction of gender, Social norms and conformity, Social structures, Socialization, Societal issues, Structural theory, theory testing, toys and games: gender socialization, women in the workplace, worldviews
Academic: Barbara RismanOnline ISBN:9781526420640Copyright: © SAGE Publications Ltd, 2017