Gender inequality does not have to affect only women, although that is how it is often thought of.
Gender inequality is usually the result of stereotypes, which can be harmful to both parties. Just as stereotypes promote the idea of women being at home, taking care of the kids, they also promote the idea of men being the breadwinner and working. Women sometimes face discrimination at work, while men can face discrimination for being at home with their families while their wives work.
That is only one example, but any gender stereotype that promotes gender inequality affects both men and women and how they are seen.
Men are more likely to vote Republican and women are more likely to vote Democrat.
The gender relations & class structure in classical China was that women worshipped their men and/or husbands and the class-more.
Jefferson meant that no matter what race or gender, all people should be treated the same.
Gender roles of the past are similar to those of today depending on the culture. For example, in many cultures, women are given the role of mother and homemaker. This remains unchanged from the past. In some areas, gender roles have changed to include women working in many of the jobs and fields which were originally reserved for men.
white males with properties have expands political rights.
There is always going to be gender inequality in the work place because men and women will always be different creatures.
It is another term for gender inequality. It means that men and women don't have equal access to power, prestige, and property.
yes, men have lower heart rate.
In most societies, the men traditionally assume the more important jobs. This leads to the men making more money than the women. And this financial disparity is one significant cause of the perceived inequality between the genders. --CM
Any inequality between men and women is strictly in the minds of the men.
Most religions do have different rules for women than for men. The Roman Catholic Church will not ordain women as priests, although the Anglican Church does. Islam places women in a highly subservient role to men in many different ways. There do exist some religions that do not perpetrate gender inequality, for example, the Unitarian Universalist Church.
Whether or not advertisements promote gender inequality is debatable. Certainly commercials and advertisements are geared to one gender or another depending on the product. Cleaning supplies, diapers, and children activities are usually geared towards women, as women are usually responsible for childcare and taking care of the home. Muscle enhancers, electronics, and cars are usually geared towards men. Some may look at this as gender inequality but, others may just see this as the social norms.
Sociologist Sandra Bem suggested that gender inequality became more pronounced after the plow invention. But, she does not say this directly. She says that the roles of men and women changed because of duties assigned to the household during pioneer days in the United States.
Yes. In fact hemphilia only affect men. The condition is tied to the male chromosome.
yes. woman and children breath faster than men
Equal numbers of men and women have been identified as the abusers
If inequality is presents, whether it's between race, gender, or sexual preference, discontent will occur. Individuals that exist with equal rights are shown to be happier, healthier, and more productive members of society.