Differences Between Capitalists And Non Capitalist Countries Essay

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Gender roles and the definition of equality for gender differs within various religions and ideologies. Beliefs in the western, capitalist countries attempt to demonstrate a more fluid and open-minded approach to both genres of identification, however gender roles within religions such as Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism fluctuate in both eastern and western cultures as traditional patriarchal and hierarchy structure still exists today. Within this topic, I explore and compare how both capitalists and non-capitalist countries have developed their philosophies in an attempt to become more reformist and thus change with modernisation and secularisation of our time. Although both parts of society are changing, conventional ideologies and principles still remain and will thus continue the battle for gender equality within culture and faith.

In our society, it can be argued that many ideologies are socially constructed. There are constant deliberations about gender being a biological or social construction and how this then impacts individuals. This theory of gender being created and defined by society can also be seen with religion. Most religions across the globe are embedded within our history and gender roles have always been present within them. In more medieval times religion was rooted within the community and thus was a part of individuals everyday lives, however today we live in a more secularised society which results in religion being far more dependent
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