Male and Female (clip 2)
Teenagers discuss gender and work
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Teenagers voice their opinions on gender stereotypes and the roles of women and men.
From the Scottish Health Education Unit series 'Teenage-Talk In'.
Questions & Activities
- What do you think of the opinion that any man who stayed at home to look after his children "would be laughed at"?
- What are the barriers to women working today? And in the 1970s?
- Who are "women libbers"? Is this a positive or derogatory term?
Discuss what 'respect' means in the context of gender equality.
Research points in history when women have moved into roles traditionally associated with men.
"I think a woman is much more superior the way she is now" - take this statement as a starting point for a creative, feminist project such as zine-making or creating activist posters.
|Genre||Public Health Film, Educational Documentary, Educational Film|
|School Subject||Literacy, Health and Wellbeing, STEM, Social History, History, Social Studies|
|Subject Matter||Equality and inequalities, gender, women's history, Work, feminism, teenagers, Stereotypes|
|Who||Sarah Erulkar (director and writer), Iain Smith (production manager), Laurie Hardie-Brown (producer)|
|Event||Teenage Talk In series|