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2. What is differential controls and who said it?

  • Lees - Females more conformist because patriarchal society imposes control over behaviour, shown in 3 ways
  • Heidensohn - Females more conformist because patriarchal society imposes control over behaviour, shown in 3 ways
  • Smart & Oakley - Females more conformist because patriarchal society imposes control over behaviour, shown in 3 ways

3. What are the goals of hegemonic masculinity?

  • Respect from other men & rep, Power/control over others, Objectify women & be promiscuous, Toughness e.g aggression/force, Territorial loyalty/honour/part of big group, Hard/dont show feelings, Anti-authority, Take risks, seek thrills as bored
  • Respect from women & rep, Power/control over women, Objectify women & be promiscuous, Toughness e.g aggression/force, Territorial loyalty/honour/part of a gang, Hard/dont show feelings, Anti-authority, Take risks, seek thrills as bored
  • Respect from other men & rep, Power/control over other men, Subjectify women & be promiscuous, Toughness e.g aggression/crime, Territorial loyalty/honour/part of big group, Hard/dont show feelings, Anti-authority, Take risks, seek thrills as brave

4. Who has another statistic which supports Liberation theory?

  • Messerschmidt - Number of females being arrested for violence in Eng and Wales has more than doubled since 1999/2000suggesting women have become more violent
  • Hedderman - Number of females being arrested for violence in Eng and Wales has more than doubled since 1999/2000suggesting women have become more violent
  • Box and Hale - Number of females being arrested for violence in Eng and Wales has more than doubled since 1999/2000suggesting women have become more violent

5. Which theorist influenced Katz and how?

  • Matza - Constructing male identity in contemporary society is difficult, most youths in 'state of dirft' unsure of identity/place in society, most young males is boredom/crisis, Any event that gives identity is good eg offender/employee, gang member
  • Matza - Constructing male identity in contemporary society is difficult, most youths in 'state of dirft' unsure of identity/place in society, most young males is pleasure, Any event that gives identity is good eg offender/employee, gang member
  • Matza -Constructing male identity in contemporary society is difficult, most youths in 'state of dirft' unsure of identity/place in society, most young w/cmales is boredom/crime, Any event that gives identity is good eg offender/employee, gang member

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