Hunter Daskalos Professor Ellen Scott SOC 207 6 November 2019Question 5 The sociological perspective of gender is widely discussed in society and further examined in sociology. Gender is the identity created based on your biological attributes along with norms and expectations built from society. The social construction of gender is a theory that society and everyday culture develop and establish specific gender roles, and that they are the ideal and applicable beahvior based on a specific sex. The supporters of the perspective that gender is socially constructed often conclude that differences in one's actions and behaviors are created by society and are based on biological components. These different processes and qualifications that society helps determine are believed to create gender differences and inequality. A social constructionist is a supporter of the social construction of gender, and beleive that through all different aspects of our lives such as schooling, media representations or different economic opportunites help distinguish the attributes of a person based on their sex.