Soc 333 Gender Role Analysis

# Soc 333 Gender Role Analysis

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Soc 333 Gender Role Analysis

Gender Role Analysis

SOC 333 Genders and Society

Humans beings are like sponges, especially when it comes to learning new things. Our neighborhoods or communities, places of employment, and jobs shape who we are. As far as gender is concerned some of the behavior is learned and some of it is obtained from our genetics (Sapiro, 2003).While some individuals focus on the assets they can bring to society, others are getting involved and letting education, public policy, and the workforce shape them into strong and responsible people. These men and women are becoming prestigious leaders in society and are wasting no time trying to get to the top of the corporate ladder.

Gender is not only shaped by what we learn at home, but it also helps us appreciate our worth....

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