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Assessment 3 Instructions: An Analysis of Gender Socialization
Develop a 4-5 page analysis of your experience with gender socialization. In doing so, analyze how gender is
created by society, specifically looking at children’s toys and/or clothing.
Culture is the glue that holds a society together—it is what encourages the members of that society to cooperate
with each other as much as possible. We learn culture through socialization, the lifelong social experience. From
birth we are taught how to be members of our society.
The most common agents of socialization are our family, peers, school, and media. The family, for example,
influences a child’s development by such things as the way the parents hold the baby, look at it, talk to it, and
respond to its needs. We take on typical gender roles from the beginning as girls are given pink clothes while boys
are given blue. Family socialization is reinforced or modified by experiences at school and with peers, by the mass
media, and by interaction with others. Socialization, the lifelong social experience through which we learn culture, is
vital to becoming members of a society.
In this assessment, we look at the sociological concepts of culture and socialization and how they impact our
behavior and attitudes.
Demonstration of Proficiency
By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course
competencies and assessment criteria:
Competency 1: Examine how theory and sociological concepts apply to everyday life.
Identify gender-specific childhood clothing and/or toys.
Competency 2: Explain the basic tools of sociological inquiry.
Summarize gender socialization sources.
Explain the validity and helpfulness of gender socialization sources.
Competency 4: Analyze the influence of culture on both the individual and society.
Describe the impact of gender-specific messages towards one’s self.
Analyze how gender-specific messages of childhood clothing and/or toys reflect larger societal
expectations.
Competency 6: Compose text that articulates meaning relevant to its purpose and audience.
Develop text using organization, structure, and transitions that demonstrate understanding of cohesion
between main and subtopics.
For this assessment, you analyze how gender is created by society, specifically looking at children’s toys and/or
clothing. The purpose of this assessment is twofold:
It helps you to start thinking about the impact of socialization on your life as a starting point.
This first analysis will be used again for Assessment 6.
It also requires you to locate and evaluate resources on socialization and these resources may be used in Assessment
6.
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Write an essay in which you complete all of the following:
PART 1
Examine the toys and clothing you had as a child.
Describe the clothing and toys from your childhood and identify which were gender-specific.
PART 2
Examine your experience with gender socialization.
Describe the message your toys and clothing sent you about gender.
Analyze how gender-specific messages that arise from childhood clothing and toys reflect larger societal
expectations.
Reflect on the impact these messages had on you. Describe how you feel about your experience with gender
socialization.
PART 3
Analyze and then include outside sources.
Your analysis should also include information from two additional outside resources regarding gender
socialization—one from a popular source and one from a scholarly source. A critical component of this
assessment involves evaluating these outside resources.
Summarize your outside articles (one scholarly and one popular) and explain how they helped you better
understand your experience with gender socialization.
Explain the validity (quality) of each source and how helpful each was. What conclusions can you draw about
the difference in these types of sources (popular versus scholarly)?
Additional Requirements
Written communication: Develop text using organization, structure, and transitions that demonstrate
understanding of cohesion between main and subtopics. Written communication needs to be free of errors
that detract from the overall message. Write in a professional style using references and correct grammar,
usage, and mechanics.
Sources: Cite at least three scholarly sources.
Length: 4–5 pages, not including title and reference pages.
Format: Include a title page and reference page. Use in-text citations to cite your sources. [Example: Writing
becomes better as the child matures (Britton, Thomas, & Miller, 1996).]
Font and size: Times New Roman, 12-point.
SCORING GUIDE
Use the scoring guide to understand how your assessment will be evaluated.
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An Analysis of Gender Socialization Scoring Guide
An Analysis of Gender Socialization Scoring Guide
CRITERIA
NON-PERFORMANCE
BASIC
PROFICIENT
DISTINGUISHED
Identify genderspecific childhood
clothing and/or toys.
Does not identify
gender-specific
childhood clothing
and/or toys.
Identifies non-genderspecific childhood
clothing and/or toys.
Identifies genderspecific childhood
clothing and/or
toys.
Identifies gender-specific
childhood clothing and/or toys
utilizing course concepts
relevant to gender
socialization.
Describe the impact
of gender-specific
messages towards
one’s self.
Does not describe
the impact of
gender-specific
messages towards
one’s self.
Describes the impact
of gender-specific
messages on others,
but not towards one’s
self or the
description’s impact is
not clear.
Describes the
impact of genderspecific messages
towards one’s
self.
Describes the impact of
gender-specific messages
toward one’s self by
incorporating concepts and
ideas relevant to gender
socialization.
Analyze how genderspecific messages
of childhood
clothing and/or toys
reflect larger
societal
expectations.
Does not analyze
how genderspecific messages
of childhood
clothing and/or
toys reflect larger
societal
expectations.
Describes but does
not analyze how
gender-specific
messages of
childhood clothing
and/or toys reflect
larger societal
expectations.
Analyzes how
gender-specific
messages of
childhood clothing
and/or toys reflect
larger societal
expectations.
Analyzes how gender-specific
messages of childhood
clothing and/or toys reflect
larger societal expectations by
incorporating concepts and
ideas relevant to gender
socialization.
Summarize gender
socialization
sources.
Does not
summarize gender
socialization
sources.
Identifies but does not
summarize gender
socialization sources.
Summarizes
gender
socialization
sources.
Summarizes gender
socialization sources and
applies a sociological
perspective to demonstrate an
objective understanding to
sources.
Explain the validity
and helpfulness of
gender socialization
sources.
Does not explain
the validity and
helpfulness of
gender
socialization
sources.
Identifies but does not
explain the validity
and helpfulness of
gender socialization
sources.
Explains the
validity and
helpfulness of
gender
socialization
sources. .
Explains the validity and
helpfulness of gender
socialization sources citing
support from scholarly
sources.
Develop text using
organization,
structure, and
transitions that
demonstrate
understanding of
cohesion between
main and subtopics.
Does not develop
text using
organization,
structure, and
transitions that
demonstrate
understanding of
cohesion between
main and
subtopics.
Develops text where
the organization,
structure, or
transitions are not
clear or may not be
demonstrating
understanding of
cohesion between
main and subtopics.
Develops text
using
organization,
structure, and
transitions that
demonstrate
understanding of
cohesion between
main and
subtopics.
Develops text using
organization, structure, and
transitions that demonstrate
understanding of cohesion
between main and subtopics
and provides a logical,
scholarly presentation of
claims that add value to the
topic.
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