“Beyond Bad Girls” and “Rednecks, Rutters, and Rithmetic” AA
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The selections “Beyond Bad Girls” and “Rednecks, Rutters, and Rithmetic” look at how gender is constructed and preformed by girls/women and boys/men in different contexts. According to the respective authors, what is the harm created by the ways that gender and gender norms are constructed and preformed? why is it important to look at the social contexts in which gender is constructed and then used by specific individuals? how do the gender norms limit or constrain a person’s ability to be treated as equals or to gain the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in today’s society?