Week #4 Discussion1: Characteristics Associated with Men THEME: How Gendered Expectations are Constructed: Men Like women, men have certain characteristics associated with

YOU MUST CITE THE READING IN THE ANSWER & INCLUDE THE REFERENCES

 

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Reading material:

 

https://www.theatlantic.com/family/archive/2018/10/marketing-conference-moms/572515/

https://www.good.is/articles/history-of-nice-meaning

https://leanin.org/education/what-works-for-women-at-work-part-3-maternal-wall

 

Week #3 Discussion1: Associations with Women

 

THEME: How gendered expectations are constructed: women.

 

We have discussed likeability as one characteristic more closely associated with women than with men, and thus rewarded more heavily for women (and punished if not experienced). What other characteristics do our readings and your experience present as being closely associated with women, and what do you think about those associations? How do they impact perceptions of a woman’s leadership and/or negotiation skills?

 

Week #3 Discussion 2: Intersectionality

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/intersectionality

 

The supplemental material discussed two or three points of intersectionality, ways where a woman’s identity based on gender intersects with other identities (i.e., parenthood, religion, etc.). Discuss an intersectionality (Links to an external site.) you’ve seen (could be one not included in the readings, but one you think is important), and some of the perceptions of what that intersectionality means for a woman’s identity. What impact does the added intersectionality have to people’s perception of that woman’s leadership and/or negotiation skills?

Week 4- Reading material

https://humanparts.medium.com/mens-defensive-anger-is-rooted-in-the-brutal-double-bind-of-american-manhood-d42756f46dba

 

Week #4 Discussion1: Characteristics Associated with Men

THEME: How Gendered Expectations are Constructed: Men

 

Like women, men have certain characteristics associated with them, whether accurately or not. Create a chart with two (or more, if you’d like) you read about, note the contexts in which you have seen them (if you have), and how, based on research and experience, those associated characteristics impact how a man’s leadership and negotiation skills are perceived. Sometimes charting can give us insights that narrative cannot. Some helpful charting tools include Excel, Piktochart, and Tableau, though you can use whatever you’d like.

 

Week #4 Discussion 2: Men’s Understanding of Their Roles

Theme: Constructions of Manhood and Leadership

The readings/listenings touch on a number of ways an increase in women in leadership positions impacts men and men’s understanding of their own roles. Select one of the ways and share your thoughts. Does it ring true? Is this good or bad? Should we do anything differently about it?

 

Week 4 paper

Write a short 2-3-page paper reflecting on a past experience where gender was a challenge or barrier to you.  Describe the situation, explain how gender had an impact, how you handled the situation, and what you might do differently as a result of what you have learned from this course thus far.

 

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