1004.Chap8 - Chapter 8 Gender Inequality Gender Roles EG...

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Chapter 8, Gender Inequality
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Gender Roles EG gender division of labor EG rights and responsibilities
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Patriarchy Men dominate women Different rules for men and women Put less value on what women do
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The Fairer Sex?
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Agents of Socialization Parents Teachers Mass media
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Kindergarten Awards Boy’s Awards Very Best Thinker Most Eager Learner Most Imaginative Most Enthusiastic Most Scientific Best Friend Mr. Personality Hardest Worker Best Sense of Humor Girls’ Awards All-Around Sweetheart Sweetest Personality Cutest Personality Best Sharer Best Artist Biggest Heart Best Manners Best Helper Most creative
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Gender Inequality in the Workplace
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Married Women in the Workplace All With pre- school children With children age 6-17 1950 22% 10% 30% 2002 61% 61% 77%
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Predominantly female occupations At least 90% female Dental hygienists, Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, Secretaries, Typists, Receptionists, Bookkeepers, Teacher’s aides, Child care workers, Household cleaners & servants, Dental assistants, Pre-kindergarten and kindergarten teachers
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