4 Tutorials that teach Gender and Power (Official and Unofficial)
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Gender and Power (Official and Unofficial)

Gender and Power (Official and Unofficial)

Author: Craig Coletta

At the end of this tutorial, the learner will understand that cultures tend to ascribe power roles differently to men and women

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Terms to Know
"Gender Inappropriate" Behavior

Behavior displaying traits or assuming roles considered "not- normal or proper correct" for one's gender.

Cultural Gender Appropriateness

Behavior considered “right, proper, or correct” for a member of a given gender within his or her culture.

Official Power

Decision-making and acting authority in the major roles governing a culture, or executive roles involving leadership or control in general.

Unofficial Power

Decision-making and acting authority positions considered "less important" by the culture and providing support to official power holders.