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_Sex _ Gender. Male. Female. Husband/Father Mechanic Doctor Fireman. Wife/Mother Secretary Nurse Cashier. Traditional roles, as we knew them…. We develop our sense of our gender early:. Boys are encouraged to participate in sports. Hunt and Fish provide for the family

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sex gender
_Sex_Gender

Male

Female

  • Husband/Father
  • Mechanic
  • Doctor
  • Fireman

Wife/Mother

Secretary

Nurse

Cashier

Traditional roles, as we knew them…

we develop our sense of our gender early
We develop our sense of our gender early:
  • Boys are encouraged to participate in sports.
  • Hunt and Fish

provide for the family

  • Learn a skill

to bring home the money

  • To be: creative

assertive

fearless

  • Girls are more inclined to study.
  • Learn domestic skills cooking

how to care for the children

to make a nice home

  • To be: dossal

kind

caring

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A new view for America

As WWII took the men from the fields and factories, the women began taking their place to insure the productivity of the United States remained strong.

In 1940 only 20% of women of working age were in the job market. By 1991 this figure had risen to 57 percent.

Greater participation in the labor force does not, however, translate into empowerment

there still lies the difference when it comes to salary between sexes
There still lies the difference when it comes to salary, between sexes.

It is still seen today that women are paid less for doing the exact same job as a man.

women are often held back
Women are often held back
  • The glass ceiling as a seemingly invisible barrier, which makes it difficult for women to reach the top of their professions.
  • This is prevalent within large corporations and government occupations.
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#7 For example, 6 percent of mechanical engineers and 32 percent of physicians and surgeons were women. In contrast, 86 percent of paralegals and legal assistants and 95 percent of dietitians were women.

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