Rites Of Passage For Streotypes

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Rites Of Passage For Streotypes by Mind Map: Rites Of Passage For Streotypes

1. Participants

1.1. Males learn how to do stereotypical female jobs. They also learn that stereotypes don't mean anything and that you can do anything that you want to do.

1.2. Females learn how to do stereotypical male jobs. They learn the same as the males that stereotypes don't mean anything.

2. Timing

2.1. Happens during the summer months

2.2. Ages 17-19

2.3. Over a 2 week period

3. Dress

3.1. There are no special clothing that they have to wear, they just have to wear clothes that they will be able to work in.

3.2. For the ceremony they have to wear whatever their parents pick out for them to wear.

4. Action

4.1. The participants are separated from their family for two weeks and are split up into two groups males and females. They have to survive in the wild as well.

4.2. The males learn how to do stereotypical females jobs like cleaning, cooking, taking care of their family.

4.3. The females learn how to do stereotypical male jobs like how to build and fix things and how to use tools.

4.4. They teach them to do these jobs so they are able to do every thing and if they end up living on their own with no roommate and don't get married they will know how to do many things and won't have to ask people or call for someone to help them, they will be able to do it them self.

4.5. When they are done the two weeks they go to a ceremony and show everyone the new skills they learned. They also get judged on how much they learned and how much they payed attention.

5. Location

5.1. Happens in a forest or a field.

5.2. There has to a lot of trees so that the participants have a place to build a shelter.

5.3. Somewhere that they will be able to learn everything that they need to learn.