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Reading 6 Gender inequality The driving force behind changes has been the migration of economic and political power outside the home. Responding the changing demands men as individuals reduce resistance to wife and daughter extended roles Social theorists such as Adam Smith and Karl Marx have argued different theories looking at the unanticipated effects of desperate organizations when following their own short sighted interests Modern economic and political organizations helped the transformation by slowly dissociating social power from it allegiance to gender inequality Seeking to further their own interest’s men launched changes that eventually reduced discrimination against women. The economy and state on the other hand did not oppose inequality and supported income differentials and legal authority of state officials. Men adopted policies that improved women’s status to gain profit, end labor shortages and to get more votes. It wasn’t until they were responding to egalitarian demands for suffrage that
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2011 for the course REL 330 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '09 term at Central Mich..

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