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    Re: Teach Children Tradition Gender Roles?

    Quote Originally Posted by CriticalThought View Post
    Sigh...your clear lack of education and terrible understanding of what learning is and how it occurs is making this discussion painful.

    Social learning theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    I'm done. If you want to continue talking about things you have no knowledge about outside of your narrow, uninformed point of view, then feel free to do it with someone else.
    Nice psychobabble from Wiki. By the way, do you know what the word "theory" means?

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    Re: Teach Children Tradition Gender Roles?

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    Re: Teach Children Tradition Gender Roles?

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisL View Post
    Nice psychobabble from Wiki. By the way, do you know what the word "theory" means?
    Pearls before swine.
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    Re: Teach Children Tradition Gender Roles?

    Quote Originally Posted by zgoldsmith23 View Post
    Well, men can lactate, too. Anyway, why are you saying the woman must be breast-feeding in this scenario? Do they not make fake breast-feeding machines?
    Ok so that's gross.

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    Re: Teach Children Tradition Gender Roles?

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisL View Post
    Explain to me how my teacher taught me gender roles.
    Well, it's a multifaceted demand, so I'm going to forget many good examples.

    If you hear any casual remark about boys needing blue, girls in pink....boys do the handiwork, boys will be boys, boys are rough, girls are smarter, any remarks about male occupations, female occupations. What a man does as a gentleman, what a woman does as a lady. There can also be differences in how an instructor reacts to a situation if it is a boy or a girl student, like "toughen up" to the boys, and a bit more reassuring with the girls, perhaps protective.

    It might not be as memorable as a specific lesson plan and course objectives, but that's the quality of social expectations...less noticed than expected.
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    Re: Teach Children Tradition Gender Roles?

    Quote Originally Posted by sawyerloggingon View Post
    Ok so that's gross.
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    Re: Teach Children Tradition Gender Roles?

    Quote Originally Posted by sawyerloggingon View Post
    Gender roles don't change from one generation to the next. When you get a flat tire in the pouring rain dad fixes it not mom.
    Gender roles have obviously changed over the three generations I cited. Don't you think so? Doesn't your daughter have a different set of expectations from your mother? And also, don't you think it's a good thing that your daughter has a different set of expectations?

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    Re: Teach Children Tradition Gender Roles?

    Quote Originally Posted by zgoldsmith23 View Post
    Yeah, let's not let the facts get in the way of your opinion.
    Fine, show me a pic of a man nursing a baby. On second thought, DON"T!!!!

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    Re: Teach Children Tradition Gender Roles?

    Quote Originally Posted by Grand Mal View Post
    Gender roles have obviously changed over the three generations I cited. Don't you think so? Doesn't your daughter have a different set of expectations from your mother? And also, don't you think it's a good thing that your daughter has a different set of expectations?
    No, no and no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiddytree View Post
    Well, it's a multifaceted demand, so I'm going to forget many good examples.

    If you hear any casual remark about boys needing blue, girls in pink....boys do the handiwork, boys will be boys, boys are rough, girls are smarter, any remarks about male occupations, female occupations. What a man does as a gentleman, what a woman does as a lady. There can also be differences in how an instructor reacts to a situation if it is a boy or a girl student, like "toughen up" to the boys, and a bit more reassuring with the girls, perhaps protective.

    It might not be as memorable as a specific lesson plan and course objectives, but that's the quality of social expectations...less noticed than expected.
    And you think THAT qualifies as "teaching" gender roles?

    Honestly, I don't remember ever making a connection with any one of my teachers or observing them or even liking them for that matter. I really wasn't the best student and did a LOT of daydreaming in school. I don't know what other people's childhoods and time in school was like, but that was it was for me. If I was taking "social cues" from anyone it was mostly my friends. I was always very sociable and close with my group of friends.

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