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The Resource Blind to sameness : sexpectations and the social construction of male and female bodies, Asia Friedman, (electronic resource)

Blind to sameness : sexpectations and the social construction of male and female bodies, Asia Friedman, (electronic resource)

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Blind to sameness : sexpectations and the social construction of male and female bodies
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Blind to sameness
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sexpectations and the social construction of male and female bodies
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Asia Friedman
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eng
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index present
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Blind to sameness : sexpectations and the social construction of male and female bodies, Asia Friedman, (electronic resource)
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Blind to sameness : sexpectations and the social construction of male and female bodies, Asia Friedman, (electronic resource)
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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multicolored
Contents
Introduction -- Toward a sociology of perception -- Expectations, selective attention, and social construction -- Filter analysis -- Selective perception and the social construction of sex -- Sexpectations and socio-mental control -- Sex difference as a social filter -- Perception and the social construction of the body -- Selective attention: what we actually see when we see sex -- Transdar and transition: transgender "expert" knowledge of sex cues -- The sound of sex -- A sex cue can be anything (as long as it provides information about sex) -- Cognitive distortions in seeing sex -- Polarization -- Blind to sameness -- Transgender narratives and the filter of transition -- A blind phenomenology of sexed bodies -- Sex differences in proportion -- Seeking sameness -- Sex without polarization -- Drawing textbooks: sameness despite polarization -- Genitals, gonads, and genes -- Sex sameness as a rhetorical strategy -- Conclusion: excess, continua, and the flexible mind -- Emphasizing excess -- The sex/gender continuum -- Cognitive flexibility -- Appendix: methodological notes
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x, 210 p.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
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