Monthly Archives: October 2008

Class on October 28th

Greetings, All. I’m home with a bug today, so will not be able to join you for class this evening. However, class is NOT canceled. You will be meeting in your research groups/teams to review a brief PowerPoint online and … Continue reading

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Breaking the ‘boy code’

The following was retrieved October 20, 2008 from Breaking the ‘boy code’ New movement advocates adapting schools and society to what works for boys Ophelia has been revived, all right. In fact, a decade after the girls- empowerment movement … Continue reading

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Your Vote Counts!

Election Day is November 4. Anyone who is 18 years of age on November 4 and before can register to vote. Voter registration is available in the Office of the Associated Student Body on East Campus Voter registrations must be … Continue reading

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Brody (1997)

Abstract: Stereotypes about gender and emotional expression tend to be imprecise and misleading. They fail to acknowledge situational, individual, and cultural variations in males’ and females’ emotional expressiveness. They also tend to generalize across emotional intensity and frequency, as well … Continue reading

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Levant, Hirsch, Celentano, & Cozza (1992)

The following is an excerpt from Smith (2008): Levant’s “code of masculinity” is based on an earlier study (Levant, Hirsch, Celentano, & Cozza, 1992) of male norms and stereotypes in which he identified seven major American beliefs about men. Boys … Continue reading

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I So Hate Consequences

And I’m good, good, good to go I got to get away Get away from all of my mistakes So here I sit looking at the traffic lights The red extinguishes the hope that the green ignites I want to … Continue reading

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