Gender Discrimination in the Canadian Workplace
An examination of gender discrimination in the Canadian workplace and a person's right to chooses their gender.
# 86734 | 900 words | 4 sources | 2005 |
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Canadian Studies (Business Issues) , Canadian Studies (Gender, Race, Class issues) , Gender and Sexuality (Gender Studies) , Gender and Sexuality (Homosexuality) , Gender and Sexuality (Sexual Politics) , Gender and Sexuality (Theories of Gender)
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The paper examines how, when people discuss gender relations, specifically gender discrimination in the Canadian workplace, they usually conduct their discussion on the presumption that there are only two genders - male and female. The writer proposes that gender relations have become much more complex than this, and the paradigm of just two, opposite genders is increasingly being challenged. The paper analyses some of the repercussions of this aspect of gender relations in the Canadian workplace. There is a rising tide of gender activists who are questioning the binary paradigms that pervade our thinking about gender relations, e.g. man OR woman, gay OR straight, etc.
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