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Papers On Gender & Society
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Gender Wage Inequality
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This 3 page paper focuses on wage inequality, its history and what can be done about it. Recommendations are made from a political perspective. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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This 8-page paper examines gender and roles in families from a structural-functional perspective. The paper discusses the structural-functional theory, examines literature about gender and family roles, and discusses it in terms of the S-F paradigm. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: MTgencul.rtf

Gender, Identities, Rights And Citizenship
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6 pages in length. The extent to which men and women enjoy equal rights is based upon myriad considerations: cultural components, progressive society, religious beliefs and strength of conviction just to name a few. This is not to say, however, that women worldwide have experienced the advances of more socially advanced societies as the United States; some underdeveloped and developing countries still place women's rights far below those of their male counterparts. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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Gender-Targeted Advertising: The Image of Women and Men in Advertising
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A 6 page discussion of the impact of gender-targeted advertising on society. This paper notes the discrepancies which exist in using females verses male models in certain segments of advertising but emphasizes that as disturbing as this discrepancy is there are even more disturbing aspects of gender-targeted advertising. One of the most disturbing is the tendency of advertising to target such intimate aspects of our lives as gender roles, our perception of our bodies, and even our sexual orientation. No sources are listed.
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Gender/Girls & Dolls
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A 3 page research paper that examines child development literature, focusing on how playing with dolls may influence gender concepts for girls. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Gender/Socially Constructed
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A 7 page research paper that examines the concept that gender roles are socially constructed. The terms "gender" and "sex" are often used interchangeably by the public, which implies that the sex of an individual necessarily determines the way that they will behave and that the social norms regarding gender expectations are biologically controlled. Contrasting to this view, social scientists have shown that the only fact that is biologically determined is the ability to be either a mother or a father. Gender, that is, male or female behavioral norms within a given culture, are socially constructed, not biologically determined. If gender roles had a basis in human biology then men and women would behave similarly across culture boundaries and this is not the case. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Gender: Nature Or Nurture?
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6 pages in length. Gender issues span a significant range of concerns based upon performance, intelligence and aptitude; however, the very fundamental components of such social struggle stem from whether nature or nurture commands greater credit and why. Patriarchy has long assumed that the male gender is, by nature, regarded as superior over its female counterpart; while this mentality has been somewhat reversed in certain global communities, it still takes precedent in many others that refuse to alter centuries-worth of tradition. Of the myriad occasions for the nature/nurture argument to exist, sports and language represent two where the student might apply a combination of both aspects. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Gendering Activity and World War I: Differences in the Views of Men and Women on Warfare
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A 10 page overview of the differences in views of men verses women in regard to warfare. Presents the assertion that men viewed combat largely as a test of their masculinity while women viewed war and everything associated with it as an atrocity. Notes that the perceptions of each gender changed over time, however, as a result of indirect and direct stressors of warfare. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: PPwomWar.wps

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