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Gender Inequality in PE.pdf - Mind Map
An overview of Gender Inequalities and implications in Physical Education
- Gender Inequality in PE
- PE Creates Gender Stereotypes of Gender Norms
- PE Classes end up having the athletically gifted males overpower everyone else
- Women end up retreating to the back of class or encouraging the male peers in most athletic activities
- All of the males competing reinforce gender theory and hegemonic masculinity
- Homophobic teasing characterizes macsuliniity in early adulthood and anti-gay slurs tend to be directly at other gay boys, but boys try to be men out of fear of not being manly enough
- PE used to reinforce mainly to boys in order to help them physically become "real men" so that they aren't seen as feminine or not masculine
- Women's Percentage of Participation of participation in PE drops dramatically
- Girls deem sports "uncool" by early adolescence
- Sports deemed 'not cool" out of fear of being teased from classmates or peers
- Girls Eventually lose interest in sports because sports are masculine
- Girls report to feel like they're crossing the gender barrier and becoming "masculine"
- "Stereotype Threat" is where people perform worse at an activity because of the pressure of negative stereotypes of gender performance
- When boys and girls are NOT told which gender is better, girls do equally as well in given tasks
- When girls are told that they're inferior, they are affected by stereotype threat, and they do worse than the men.
- Male Teachers give greater feedback to male students in PE more than Female Students
- Boys respond much better to same-sex teachers and look to them as role models for how to be masculine
- Male Teachers use the games-approach for most of their classes for teaching
- On the other hand, female teachers emphasize progression from simple to complex tasks
- Positive relationship between girl's participation in sports help with their self-esteem
- When told girls are the better gender, some groups of women feel so superior that they become egalitarian and stop trying
- Boys will do what they can and give extra effort to prove they're the superior gender
- Media helps with the overall view of women'
- Girls see female athletes as strong and models to look up to, ignoring gender differences
- College Age women view female athletes with praise, yet some jealousy and develop self-doubt and thus reinforce the negative sterotyping
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