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Gender Norms, Values, Identities, and Roles: Mohave vs. Western Society Research Paper

… Along with the construction of gender, society imposes certain expectations and norms;

i) There are only two gender categories

ii) Membership in either gender is general

iii) An individual's genitals determine their gender

iv) An individual's gender is invariant

v) The female/male dichotomy is natural

vi) Everyone must belong to one of the two genders; and any exceptions are not to be taken seriously

vii) Permanent inter-gender transfer is not possible

What these norms reinforce is a two sex/gender schema that recognizes two basic categories and a by-the-way 'queer category' catering for anyone who does not fit into the two basic groups (Nanda, 1999). To be considered normal, one simply has to fit into one of the two categories, and any individual born with features…. [read more]

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