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What are some gender differences in your own culture? List them and consider them critically.

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a psychology question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
Canvas (minimum 600 words), double-spaced, font size about 12.
Answer each question below, including applying your best personal critical thinking skills throughout.
My advise, review the questions, prior to viewing the Tedx.
In that way, the questions will answer themselves as you watch.
Consider ‘critically’ how your views on ‘Feminism’ have evolved, over your lifespan, throughout the talk.
Always include personal examples, applying all 8 critical thinking skills throughout, in order to earn full credit.
Watch and consider critically the Tedx Euston ‘We should all be feminists’ with Chimamanda Ngozi.
Find it attached below. Thank you Tedx!
https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2015/12/04/458514464/sweden-gives-we-should-all-be-feminists-to-every-16-year-old-student?sc=ipad&f=1001 (Links to an external site.)
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Remember to include personal examples of the 8 critical thinking skills in each answer, A-N, throughout.
A. What does Chimamanda say is the reason ‘why feminists are unhappy’? (Include a personal CT example here)
B. How do you feel about the positive coorilation that, “The higher you go, the less women there are.”?
(Include a personal CT example here)
C. What are some gender differences in your own culture? List them and consider them critically.
(Include a personal CT example here)
D. The speaker says that we raise girls, over a lifespan, to cater to the ego’s of men.
(Include a personal CT example here)
What are two examples, of ‘catering to male ego’s’, from your cultural and personal lifespan development?
(Include a personal CT example here)
E. Who do you feel should be responsible for the housework, and child care, in a family where both parents work equal hours and make equal income? (Include a personal CT example here)
How should the chores be split up once both parents get home after their long days at work?
(Include a personal CT example here)
F. How have your ideas, on gender, evolved over your lifespan?
(Include a personal CT example here)
G. Who do you feel should pay on a date? Why?
(Include a personal CT example here)
How do you feel about that?
(Include a personal CT example here)
H. How do we ‘stifle humanity’ in boys, according to Chimamanda Ngozi?
How do you feel about that?
(Include a personal CT example here)
I. What will you teach your children about gender in your home?
(Include a personal CT example here)
J. What did you like & dislike about this Tedx, and why?
(Include a personal CT example here)
K. What was surprising, or what do you wish had been presented differently, and why?
(Include a personal CT example here)
L. What lessons did you learn about the ‘machismo’ over the lifespan in a culture?
(Include a personal CT example here)
N. Consider ‘machismo’ critically in your home. How do you feel about that?
(Include a personal CT example here)
Use your best personal examples of critical thinking, on each section, throughout each part.
8 Critical thinking guidelines:
1. Ask questions; Be willing to wonder.
2. Define the problem.
3. Examine the evidence.
4. Analyze assumptions and biases.
5. Avoid emotional reasoning.
6. Don’t oversimplify
7. Consider other interpretations.
8. Tolerate uncertainty.

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