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Gender, Family, and U.S. Holidays
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Stalp, Marybeth. 2010. “Gender, Family, and U.S. Holidays”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


I have used this exercise to demonstrate how holidays are gendered in both expected and unexpected ways, with particular emphasis on the hidden work that is required by some family members for others to be able to relax during holidays. -- I begin this exercise with a review of sex vs. gender, and summarize gender stereotypes in regards to food...

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Subject Area(s):
Cultural Sociology
Resource Type(s):
Class Activity
Class Level(s):
College 300

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