Option #2: Gender from a Micro-Perspective

13 Feb

Using a symbolic-interaction framework puts a human face on gender—showing how gender is at work in familiar dimensions of everyday life. This approach also shows that gender is an important part of social reality. Drawing on the micro theory of symbolic-interaction, describe ways in which gender guides the following:

  • Patterns of everyday interaction, including the ranges of choices available to people
  • Use of space
  • Use of language

Your paper should be 3 pages long and formatted per CSU-Global Guide to Writing and APA Requirements. Support your claims by citing at least 2-3 scholarly sources, which may include information from the readings in your module. The CSU-Global Library is also a good place to find these sources; utilize the resources found in the SOC101 Research Guide for assistance in your research.

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Posted by on February 13, 2017 in academic writing, Academic Writing



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