How does this all relate to sex, gender and this class?
How might gender differences in the way we are raised affect how we think about politics and government and then how we behave in the political world?
Were you surprised to learn from the website that the book was originally meant by the author to be a satire but that the publishers printed it as a children’s book? Were you surprised by the reactions on the blog?
How might the kinds of values and gender norms this book presents affect views on political issues? How about their effect on political behavior?
Heres the link to the TED talk: https://www.ted.com/talks/chimamanda_ngozi_adichie_we_should_all_be_feminists?language=en#t-661961
Discuss at least two of them here. Second, consider similarities and differences in the descriptions Adichie gives of her culture to the one in which you grew up.
Compare and contrast your socialization, making sure you use the terminology in the notes that I’ll be pasting below this.