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Dr. Denise Driscoll explains how prejudice and stereotypes limit businesses. Some stereotypes have faded with time but new ones have been introduced; cultural intelligence and awareness is necessary to prevent prejudice.
Two very different, but impressive narrative styles are found in this DVD. Pamela Trotman Reid provides a clear and definitive discussion of the often overlooked issue of gender and class and how these two concerns intersect. Michael D'Andrea discusses the same issues with an emphasis on action and follow-up.
Professor Patrick Leman discusses gender development and how gender differences and stereotypes lead to inequalities. He points out studies have shown significant gender factors in how adults treat babies and what children learn about occupations.
This documentary introduces us to psychology. Discover in this video how the environment can change people. This is true with three different environmental factors. These environmental factors are the prenatal environment, the peer group, and cultural impact.
This program illustrates some of the commercial, cultural, psychological, and sociological forces that have shaped sexual stereotypes in the media, such as demographic segmentation and the selling of gender, the myths of alluring femininity and rugged masculinity.
If the challenges and complexities of a transgendered lifestyle are hard for some people to identify with, firsthand accounts of those experiences may be the best means of creating more understanding. This program features real-world portraits of individuals from the transgendered community.