Monday, March 7, 2011

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Underwood is the 'frame' that you care, girls. Rustic Classicism

attend the site in feminist Lipperatura I realized 's emphasis on those parts of the concept of "framing" : does not matter so much what you say, because the signals that radiate the particular discursive formulas adopted. There are " frame " discriminatory you are worth condemning sexist regardless of the concept expressed in your message. So beware: an appraisal of the frame "is how to read behind the mask, and just apply the techniques of misrepresentation as a 'adeguanta investigation of the" framing "will be able to deconstruct it.

It so happens that in parallel to those acquaintances, I was reading Roy Baumeister according to which 'morbosetta attention to "signs" ... indicates something that does not help the fight against gender stereotypes. Indeed, the food.

To understand this conclusion, you need to know the 'background.

The thought expressed by Roy Baumeister, in an attempt to build stereotypes accurate identifies the difference between man and woman in the grounds rather than skills. According to its huge database, women invest more in 'empathy' s man in systematic thinking. The woman would show more sensitive to the person in the flesh in front of him, the 'man is stimulated when instead focuses on' individual statistics, a sort of "neighbor" in the abstract. The women farmers the most intimate relationships (one-to-one), the 'man finds his ideal size when anonymous can weave abstract relations that connect the multitude. And so on.

course, each of us would be both "empathic" and "systematic", but we can not have all the resources are limited and characteristics between the two exists an inevitable trade-offs that women and men resolve otherwise.

But Roy does go over, wants to ward off the "culture" of human groups (knowledge, politics, trade, institutions ...).

The "Culture" is a system built to coordinate the best social life of the group, a sort of "market", and just as the market as the system extends, the more efficient and engaging. Since each of the enlarged system is 'and abstraction of' anonymity its hinge, as just said everyone understands why the "world culture" has always been a male prerogative.

Roy Baumeister, throughout the book, then suggests a myriad of clues that can bring together grist to the mill of his thesis. Among the other noted the particular sensitivity to the "framing" an 'exclusive of women, or almost. In short, while all 'man-speaking interested to get the message, the woman-speaker is closer to "how" is passed and the care with which it is packaged (framing):

"... in the book by Deborah Tannen ( You just don ' Understand t), based on the work of the linguist Robin Lakoff, unfolds as the 'blind man in a language "clear", "strong" and "unequivocal", while women opt for kindness, gentle and indirect style .. . In a restaurant, a woman says to the waiter, "Could I please have some water maybe When you get a chance? I 'm really thirsty. I 'm sorry. Thank you '. The man will just say so: "Could we get some water over there? ... a feminist points out the difference in wording is the result of a different distribution of power and the consequent oppression suffered, but I prefer to note that the formula (the "framing") women is more polished and more suitable for a peer interaction, and is also most appropriate to establish some form of sympathetic intimacy, but little felt need by 'man, which seeks more willingly to the clarity and the final result ...".

I personally think that gender stereotypes of Baumeister (those blue ) are well made, also because what you want, I can bring them to the message conveyed on the furthest point of the 'Academy. One thing however at this point is certain: for a woman who considers harmful, the worst strategy to combat them is to focus on "framing." In this way, would only confirm them!

Roy Baumeister: Is There Anything Good About Men?


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