A Doll 's House By Henrik Ibsen

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Marriage and Inequality – is it a cultural affair? Agents of socialization help to dictate what is an acceptable form of gender role. The stage that is already set from birth within a family. Placed in the world and carried on with the world, it is reinforced by the way that society portrays what is acceptable, thus maintaining the overall picture that certain roles are assigned to a certain gender type. As with Nurture – which is the experiences, values, environment and upbringing that defines who we are - along with socialization which is the lifelong process by which through social interaction, we learn our culture, develop our sense of self, and become functioning members of society. The symbolic interactionism in the book A Doll’s House written by Henrik Ibsen looks at the behavior of people and the things that affect such behavior, such as the inequalities in marriage. Gender Inequalities – in society, are the different sociological problems encountered by both male and female. This helps to shape and form gender inequalities based upon Gender/Gender identity that can be thought as the social manifestation of sex: it is the personal preference role adopted by someone based on masculine or feminine role. This type of identity is often classified as being a transgender – meaning one who identifies and simulate both psychological and emotionally with a role opposite to their biological sex. Gender is constructed from the social behavioral patterns of the sexes and is

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