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    The Importance of Gender Rules "You're such a girl!" is something we hear quite often. But we don't exactly analyze its importance. Every man or women act and behave differently, and that is because of gender roles, "instructions for how to behave and appear as a woman or man (Wade and Ferree 2015; 61). We all "do gender", the ways in which we actively obey and break the gender rules of our society." (Wade and Ferree 2015; 61). We don't always obey these rules and regulation, we're all humans, and

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    Invisible Gender Rules Changing oneself is very difficult to achieve, but a complete change of a group of people is next to impossible. For women, the past many years have changed lives, careers and family life. Yet the women's revolution did not remove discrimination from society, it only changed certain discriminatory actions into others. Fatima Mernissi wrote the short story "The Harem Within" about a young girl living in a Harem where her primary role is to become a slave to her husband

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    Gender differences in communication are a set of rules based off what society perceives as accurate for a male or female in situations. This literature review investigates gender differences in communication, particularly differences in conversational style, body politics and attractiveness, work and education, in relation to learning the roles of gender. Results of the literature review suggest that gender differences exist in various ways. Communication for females indicate women are indirect and

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    Religion played a major part in the gender roles during Queen Elizabeth I’s rule. During this era, the Bible was interpreted to make women look and seem weak compared to men (Loades & Trow, 2011). One of the reasons for this dates back to Adam and Eve. In the book Genesis, Eve allowed Satan, in the form of a serpent, to seduce her into eating an apple from the Tree of Knowledge, the one tree she and Adam were not supposed to eat from. As a result of this, women were viewed with a lower intelligence

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    A comedy series, 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter, is based on a Hennessy family of five. There is father (not a priest) Paul, mother Cate, teenage daughters Bridget and Kerry, and son Rory. The show is about Paul, a sport writer, as a family patriarch dealing with his children problems while his wife goes back to work as nurse. The show is filled with gender stratifications. Episode four of season one has multiple gender stratifications. The first gender stratification occurs when Paul

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    Girls Rule, Boys Drool: The Effects of Gender Stereotypes Gender roles have been used as a way of raising children for generations. While they have not always been the typical “pink is for girls, blue is for boys” stereotypes that we have grown accustomed to, there have always been certain roles for men and women that deem what is appropriate and what is not. Although the idea of gender roles has existed for centuries, the stereotypes themselves have evolved, leading many to believe that they are

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    lady” or “real men don’t cry” and why do you suppose that is? The answer to the question is gender roles; society has created an ideal set of rules and behaviors that both men and women need to follow. These roles have been passed down from generation to generation to the point where both men and women are finally questioning why they have to live by a certain standard. No one knows for certain how gender roles came about or when they were created. These roles have been oppressing and crippling men

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    Research Report In 2013 the current secretary of defense Leon Panetta disabled the gender based combat exclusion rule. Since then numerous steps have been taken to ensure women get the same opportunities as men in combat. Women will now be candidates for more than 230,00 jobs in both the army and marines, but that is not the only step being taken. President Obama has shown his support for women to fight in combat. In an article created by usa today he was quoted for saying things like by us moving

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    VIII’s rule of England came to an end with his death, a struggle of power was imposed, as his three children would later succeed him as rulers to impact England. Primogeniture allowed Edward VI to rule, but after his death, older sister Mary I claimed the throne. Lastly Elizabeth I claimed the throne as the last Tudor monarch and in the long run, bringing success and a golden age of England with her. With Elizabeth’s rise to the throne, ruling from 1558-1603, came strong influences of gender on her

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    in the Yacht club; The Lange Center, Quarter Deck, and the Beach House. The Beach House was where I worked at with two others. Together, we accomplished many things for ourselves and the restaurant itself. In order to do that, we had certain unsaid rules that all three of us abided by. At which I will bring up later on. Eventually, we became what you call an activity system. If you do not know what an activity system is; it is groups of people doing work together, who have common motives and processes

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