Gender Roles and Socialization
This paper is a cross-cultural and historical analysis of expected roles for males and females in Western & non-Western societies (New Guinea, Ancient Greece, Africa).
# 21746 | 1,575 words | 7 sources | 1994 |
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From the Paper:"Gender roles in Western societies have been changing rapidly in recent years, with the changes created both by evolutionary changes in society, including economic shifts which have altered the way people work and indeed which people work as more and more women enter the workforce, and by pressure brought to make changes because of the perception that the traditional social structure was inequitable. Gender relations are part of the socialization process, the initiation given the young by society, teaching them certain values and creating in them certain behavior patterns acceptable to their social roles. Anthropologists find certain common patterns in the division of labor which help shape gender roles in different social settings. Over time, these roles become set and are accepted as if they were part of the natural order rather than the result of specific ... "
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