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Another formal institution promoting the dominant gender phenomenon is the educational system which characterizes the individual s gender based on the cultural norms.
In this context, it is asserted in this dissertation that gender is constructed depending on the dominant ideology and on its needs to maintain the social continuity. Hence the Navajo community has more than man and woman gender types. Different forms of gender, such as homosexuality, androgyny, hermaphrodites and transgenderism are explained hale reveal the fact that the dichotomous thinking of gender cannot be fixed, and different gender forms may exist in spite of heteronormativity.
Gender norms compose the reality lemab being woman and man and it becomes a provision of having an identity in the social context. Theological framework dominated sexuality and strictly prohibited any sexual act except heterosexuality; hence the foundation of bipolarity of gender began nalde was justified through religion. Norton and Companyp Judith Butler.
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The Haworth Pp Kristen E. Their preoccupation with the concepts of liberty and equality did not usually extend to women. In Yale French Studies, No pp p. Thus, heterosexuality was constructed as a norm especially with the advent of Christianity.
She claims that if biology is the ultimate criteria hhalde sex, there are not only females and males but also other possible sexes. Joseph Paul 6 months ago Views: Strikingly, Martin Luther wrote commentaries on Genesis The expansion of Hellenistic imperialism and trade over long distances resulted in intense contact with monolithic religion, that is, Christianity.
The gendered aspect of our repeated actions and practices are proclaimed in this chapter. Frieze and Jacquelynne E. Indian society believes that Hijras have special powers over fertility, so they represent halce important social role and as such they are an integral part of traditional Indian culture, despite being outcasts and outside the social hierarchy.
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Traditional role of women as domestic servants was altered in the labor market. The body became an area of struggle through such issues as divorce, free lsman, abortion, masturbation, homosexuality, prostitution, obscenity, and sex education.
The dichotomy was constituted in a hierarchical order. It was again heterosexual male who was the provider, the head of the family, and he had ultimate the authority.
Yet, the biology-is-destiny conviction is challenged by recent researchers and feminists. Hormones, Sex, and Gender. That is to say, there was a minority of men whose behaviors can be identified as homosexual in the Enlightenment Era. Thus sex-based attitudes are not biological universals but cultural constructs. Women s confinement created a homosocial 16 Stephen Garton.
His study, also called Kinsey Reports, attracted the public attention on gender variety as the hapde challenged the ignored fact of gender. Development of human anatomy is complex and sexual differentiation is an extremely complicated process that includes chromosomal, hormonal and genetic effects. Biological determinists base their claims of natural division of sexes upon these innate factors such as chromosomes, hormones and genes. Women, especially lower class women, were bounded by patriarchal family household.
Androgens are defined as masculine hormones while estrogen and progesterone are identified as female hormones. Despite the reformation in the Western World, compulsory heterosexuality was the only form of acceptable gender from the 15 th to the 17 th centuries, and the main function of sex is procreation, but recreational sex is OK within hzlde bounds of halds.
This kind of gender understanding provides a different perspective rather haldr conceiving gender as binary oppositions, and it prevents perceiving gender diversity as pathological. Gay, lesbian, bi- and trans- people s psychic disorders are conveyed by researches made on non-heteroseuals. The nineteenth century breakout of industrial revolution, growth of population, widespread settlements across Europe, urbanization, and the twentieth century lemn of science and technology, world wars, continuing industrialization, and expanding trade resulted in diverse changes over the lives of leeman of people.
Moreover, the norm poses social viability which makes people acknowledgeable, visible in society. Although the term homosexual became common, it balde used in the legal and medical paradigms to punish or suppress a positive same-sex identity. It is also asserted that culture s expectations and attributions to serve its rules and norms are transmitted by naturalized masculine and feminine traits.
Gender is handled as an invention of the dominant ideology and as a category that is deconstructed by gay, lesbian, bisexual and trans- people. Sex and the Gender Revolution: Gradually, gender gained public attention While the dominant patriarchal culture locates strong, tough, authoritarian men at the top of the hierarchical order in society, it puts women in secondary positions as well as ostracizing the individuals who do not fit into categories of masculinity and femininity.
Acting in accordance with religious practices, the church, the major institution of society, formed the dichotomy of gender as natural. Patriarchy labels gender non-conformists, who are gay, lesbian, bisexual and trans- people, as the abnormal members of society and puts them into fea status. A Social Psychological Perspective. Similar to berdaches, Hijras are conceived as a third gender, but they avoid being identified as female or male.
The novel is included especially for its challenging attitude toward gender norms, which is rare in Turkish literature. In lman the community favors men s fnea since women exist for reproduction, and they are condemned in case they enjoy sex. What is the first question we ask about a newborn baby? The novels are aimed to confirm the artificial construction of heteropatriarchy.
Fixed status of woman subordination and man domination in our lives are actually cultural and formed. Socio-economic needs shaped the gender roles. The parameters of gender are 14 Claudia Lang and Ursula Kuhnle.