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Sociology of Gender
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Smith, Trina. 2010. “Sociology of Gender”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


The first question many expectant parents are asked is: What "gender" is the baby? First, is this right the question? What's the difference between sex and gender? But more importantly, why is this question so important? Why do talk shows devote time to figuring out if the drag queen/king/cross dresser is really male or female? Because gender is an...

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