Gender Roles: Nature, Nurture, or Social Performance? Research Paper by Master Researcher

Gender Roles: Nature, Nurture, or Social Performance?
An argument for the right to choose our gender role.
# 87591 | 4,275 words | 8 sources | 2005 | US


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A look at how human gender roles are decided. The paper discusses the issues surrounding gender roles and whether these are chosen by nature, culture or society. The roles of men and women may be consistany with cultural stereotypes gender roles, however, today the sex that a baby is born with is not necesarily the same sex that he/she remains.

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The first question that is asked when a human baby is born is "Is it a boy or a girl?" The answer to this question is enormously important in human cultures. With that definition of "femaleness" or "maleness" comes an entire set of assumptions about how the child will look and act in her culture. It is also thought to be final - a child that is born a girl will remain female forever, while a boy will remain a boy until he is a man. It is taken for granted that the child's sex will..."

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Gender Roles: Nature, Nurture, or Social Performance? (2005, December 01) Retrieved May 26, 2022, from https://www.academon.com/research-paper/gender-roles-nature-nurture-or-social-performance-87591/

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