LEC11(07)gendineq - SOC101Y SOC101Y IntroductiontoSociology

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SOC101Y SOC101Y Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Professor Robert Brym Professor Robert Brym Lecture #11 Lecture #11 Gender Inequality Gender Inequality 28 Nov 07 28 Nov 07
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Four Social Mechanisms that  Four Social Mechanisms that  Reinforce Gender Inequality Reinforce Gender Inequality  Discrimination  Segregation  Incomparable worth  Family obligations
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Occupation Percent male Percent female Total Management 64.6 35.4 100.0 Business, finance & administrative 27.2 72.8 100.0 Natural & applied science & related 78.5 21.5 100.0 Health 20.9 79.1 100.0 Social science, education, govt, service, religion 37.5 62.4 100.0 Art, culture, recreation & sport 45.9 54.1 100.0 Sales and service 41.3 58.7 100.0 Trades, transport, equipment operators, related 92.8 7.2 100.0 Primary industry 77.0 23.0 100.0 Processing, manufacturing & utilities 69.5 30.5 100.0 Labour Force,  Labour Force,  15 yrs. +, by  15 yrs. +, by  Sex & Major  Sex & Major  Occupational Occupational Group, Canada,  Group, Canada,  2001 2001
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0.584 0.621 0.658 0.692 0.713 0.461 0.508 0.574 0.633 0.652 0.919 0.649 0 0.5 1 67 full- time
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