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Gender and Research

Gender and Research

Author: Sadie Pendaz
Description:

This lesson will define and analyze the relevance of androcentricity, gynocentricity, overgeneralizing, gender blindness, double standards, and interference in sociology.

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Terms to Know
Androcentricity

A focus on the male or on the male perspective.

Double Standard

Having two different standards for similar groups of people.

Gender Blindness

Overlooking or ignoring the role that gender plays in social life.

Gynocentricity

A focus on the female or on the female perspective.

Interference

Occurs when the sex of the researcher interferes with the data collection process.

Overgeneralizing

Speaking about an entire population when you only have knowledge of a part.