In a family women hold most of the responsibility in keeping it together and the men are known to be the financial breadwinners of the family.
Women take the role of the mother, the nurturer, the caretaker, the cook, the cleaner and the lover. This is an overwhelming amount of work that she must take on, but in the long run the male takes the credit in his nature of supporting the entire family.
Since we have these expectations of women and men, we underestimate the ability to try new things. For example, if a woman goes out to get a job, she will be segregated against because of her gender. And it is also assumed that men will not handle the household responsibilities as a woman.
With this gender inequality in the family life, men and women are treated differently beyond their home. Women are out of the house doing her part of the shopping and men are out working getting things done and getting paid for it. It is this aspect of getting paid for work that is over looked in the female perspective. Women do not get paid to hold the responsibility of the household; they receive the acknowledgment that she is doing what is taught of her.
This is a gender inequality that affects mainly the women. This underestimation of women in the workforce, implies to society that she is out of place and is treated so in such an institution.
By reason of family impact on gender roles, gender inequality plays a big part in the workplace. These problems are the lead factors that separate the males from the females. Gender inequality is mainly noticed in the work place. These include sex segregation, differences in authority, and inequalities in promotions and pay. According to Reskin and Padavic, there are three dimensions involved in gender inequality: Many factors contribute to the inequality experienced by men and women, such as sex differences in preferences and productivity, cultural beliefs, men efforts and employers actions.
Discrimination is tied in with gender inequality and is what causes problems in our workforce. Career discrimination in women is seen in the discouragement of entering certain fields of work, such as the sciences, mechanical, engineering, police and administration fields Schmolling et al. The term women s work is often thought less prestigious than jobs held by the opposite sex.
This is a form of devaluation of female s jobs. Women are hired into less desirable jobs and one a job becomes associated with women, it is devaluated in the organizational context Tomaskovic-devey, p. Segregation not only depresses the wages of women; it circumscribes their goals, aspirations, and options Stone p.
Many women tend to choose jobs labeled as women jobs such as teachers, nurses, social workers, or librarians, in order to succeed within their occupation.
This puts down females in the workplace, due to the gender roles learned. Women were grown to be the more feminine, and men as masculine. Due to this assumption that men and women are of different spectrums, it is believed that women cannot do what the men do and vice-versa, so acknowledgment when one does cross over shows in the lack of credit one receives in trying to do the unexpected.
It is found and researched that with the same amount of educational background, women hold less supervisor positions and receive lower pay for the same job as men; further more, women are receiving a mere sixty-nine percent of what a man makes at the same job, up to only 4.
Furthermore, promotions are variable by sex and class: Traditionally, a woman s gender role in society is of a homemaker; a man's gender role is that of the financial breadwinner. Due to that role that is embedded into our society pertaining to males and female gender, women are the largest minority, due to these gender inequalities in the work force.
By having this separation of the sexes through gender inequalities, we learn that it is a social problem that should be resolved. Thanks again and for leaving a comment. I always enjoyed sociology subjects and have done studies on the women's movement and media studies. Even though I've taken it before, I signed up for it again - sort of a refresher course, I guess.
Lots of interesting topics here, like someone said, I'd like to go to the library and get all sorts of books to read about them but know I won't have the time. Josh, Thank you so much! I also love culture and society obviously and am glad that this list may inspire you to write!
You have such an excellent format in that hub; I really appreciate my spot in it with the quote. Cyndi, thank you too! I majored in soc too and still think it is one of the most versatile majors--you can go into so many fields. Thanks again for your comment. Hi Brittany, this was a great article. I majored in Sociology in school and you are so correct, it can give you so many topics to write about.
I'm glad Millionaire included you link in his article. Brittany, I have included this hub in my favorites for the month. Not only are they great topics for when we need something to write about, they would be interesting reads to see different people's take on the same subject. Brittany, this is such an interesting hub - so detailed!
You may well have given lots of other hubbers some inspiration for what to write about next: I found this topic quite informative to those who have just started to ponder over the issues for carrying research.
Here, I just say "Wonderful". What a great list of topics! Sociology always interested me as well. I am bookmarking this hub, and voting up. I absolutely loved this hub, Brittany! I find sociology really fascinating, especially superstitions, social movements, food ethnicity, and mass media I guess I'm interested in most topics you mentioned and I love how you gave examples of each. You also got me wanting to write hubs about some of these topics - that would be so interesting to research! This is an extremely impressive list of topics.
Indeed, many of them are very interesting. You've done a fabulous job of putting it all together, voted up and interesting. I can definitely make one on linguistics and am thinking about adding more sources to the list so people know where to start their research.
Thank you so much! I would love it if you made some hubs out of these and would love to link to them. Let me know if you do that. This is so fabulous! Sociology is so fascinating to me. You've got me wanting to write hubs on all these topics or at least go to the library and pick up gobs of books to read up on these topics. I was a sociology minor in college and still find it a fascinating topic today. I think that's why I like reality shows like "Survivor" - they're kind of like sociology experiments.
Thanks for the good list of topics. Kallini, Thank you for reading and commenting. I loved that photo; it really shows the true meaning of solidarity. Thank you for sharing! It just seemed to me - sociology is about everything. But I agree with you - we live in society; therefore, it is necessary and interesting to know what our societies all about, how they operate Sociology of food was something new to me Thank you for suggesting topics, sometimes it is hard to come up with, well, things, to write about He put a basket full of fruit near a tree and told the kids that who ever got there first won the sweet fruits.
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