#6 Mind Maps Lead Me Places

I have organized my very broad topic of gender inequality into several main branches relating to my previous post.

It was slightly confused, but I found it readable. Just follow the lines and arrows. It was as follows.

My Gender inequality Mind Map

My Gender inequality Mind Map

 

This has greatly helped me organize my thoughts on this issue.

If you have questions or have trouble seeing this post, please comment as such, including your email address, as I can email you this image in clearer form.

DO NOT STOP READING HERE!!!!!

To help help people understand this map better, I will print the text below in legible and more conventional textual form.

Gender inequality:

Confining

stereotypes:

Transgender:

Homosexual

Unstable

Never truly other than the born gender.

 

Transgender:

Homosexual

Unstable
Male:

Strong

Brave

Dirty

Unintelligent

 

Female:

Weak

Fearful

Intelligent

Cleaner

Pink

 

 

 

Education is crucial for all change, allowing people to understand things more fully.

 

Change: personal connections have been proven to counteract stereotypes

 

 

Politics:

 

Men dominate politics.

Unequal success in VT politics for men and women.

 Instead of 50/50,

the VT women to men

political success ratio is 11/

89.

 Vermont is one of

4 states that have not 

a woman to congress.

There has 

never been a female president of the U.S.

1/84 of 

Vermont’s governors

have been female (Madeleine Kunin).

 

 

Transgender

What bathrooms should they use?

 

Feelings

against

transgender

persons

 

Inequality stems for people who do not believe in or do not like a person truly switching genders.

 

AJ Jackson at Green Mountain High school was complained about.

 

 

Lack of understanding is apparent.

 

 

Theo Wells-Spackman

2 Responses to “#6 Mind Maps Lead Me Places

  • What are your main takeaways from this exercise? Did you make any new conclusions, or discover something you hadn’t noticed before?
    Mind maps are most insightful when you learn something in the process of doing. It looks to me like you did some good thinking about the many facets and pieces of your topic. I challenge you to think to the future, and consider what the scope of your research is going to be. Can you cover all of these issues effectively? Are there one or two that captivate you the most?
    With all your passion for this topic, I think you can make something great happen with your work here. Keep on truckin’.

  • Hi Theo,
    The break-down of your mind map was very helpful and it is really cool to see how your focus has shifted as you have been studying your topic. I think the different colors, shapes, symbols and visuals really help accent and convey your topic and thoughts. I also really like how you look at more broad, nationwide examples of gender inequality but then pull it back to the focus of Vermont. Thank you for a great mind map Theo!
    -Grace

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