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Gender Roles and Gender Differences
Feminist theory generally defines gender as a social construct that includes ideologies governing feminine/masculine (female/male) appearances, actions, and behaviors. An example of these gender roles would be that males were supposed to be the educated breadwinners of the family, and occupiers of the public sphere whereas, the female’s duty was to be a homemaker, take care of her husband and children, and occupy the private sphere. According to contemporary gender role ideology, gender roles have been and still are constantly changing. This can be seen in 's in which she states that, "Gendered characteristics - typically masculine or feminine behaviors, interests, or values-are not innate, nor are they arbitrary. They are formed by historical circumstances. They can also change with historical circumstances."
Gender Roles in Media | The Huffington Post
Gender is the general identity that defines a person"s biological differences as well as their sociological differences used by to emphasize the distinctions between males and females. Gender roles are the stereotypes that are assigned to a specific gender by the general culture; these roles help people distinguish their gender differences but at the same time create inequality between the two sexes. A strong example of gender roles implemented by society is children and their awareness of their own gender identification. ... Because of these standards given by gender roles, he is constantly t...