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The Equality Between Female And Female

- Although the status of women is improved nowadays, there still exists inequality of gender in the world. Wives, in fifteen countries, like Iran needs find a job with their husbands ' permission. In contrast, Canadian couples have less inequality, however, there also are a lot of questions cause of gender discrimination. In our country, over 95% females white-collar employees think that they get lower paid and treatments than men. At the same time, some girls in Quebec drunk too much alcohol and led to death just in order to blindly purchase the equality with boys....   [tags: Gender, Feminism, Male, Female]

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The Differences Between Female And Female

- The most significant most meaningful memory of an experience related to discovering that I was a male and therefore treated differently from the other sex was not only one memory but a series of memories from being separated from the opposite sex at school , going to boys sections at shops ,having a role model that I learned a lot from and lastly from society. There are many differences between the two genders , male and female such as cognitive , social and personal characteristics . Society sees a girl as someone who likes "girly" things such as Barbie dolls and the colour pink and boys likes blue and likes trucks and cars and also works outside but immediately when the roles changes then...   [tags: Female, Gender, Boy, Male]

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The Existence Of Female And Female Spheres

- We are all clay pots composed of clay (the infinite) declares a Sruti text defining the overall principle of Atma. “In the image of God He created him; male and female, He created them” Genesis [1:27]. Whether in Hinduism or Christianity, these scriptures clearly imply that males and females are composed of identical matter, created as equals. Furthermore, Hindus believe in the spiritual equality of males and females on an existential level as a representation of enlightenment. The Stetassvata Upanisad states “knowledge and deliverance do not differ between sexes.” These doctrinal premises allowed gurus to advocate for spiritual equality, yet gender inequality embodied as prescribed gender r...   [tags: Gender, Gender role, Female, Woman]

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The Female And Female Protagonists

- The ways in which the female and male protagonists are portrayed within a certain telenovela are representative of the gender roles present in that society. In many telenovelas, the traditional female protagonists are naive, innocent, and pure in many ways. While the male protagonists, on the other hand, are very machismo and overflowing with testosterone. In Mexico, the country in which this telenovela was made, women are expected to be amas de la casa (homemakers), caring for the home and the children while men work outside of the home (“Women” 2)....   [tags: Gender, Gender role, Woman, Female]

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The Gap Between Female And Female Nurses

- There has always been a gender inequality issue in most jobs in the work force, but many may not see this inequality in the nursing field because they do not pay attention to it fully. Many people still have the stereotype that women are the only ones in this job field, but this is not the case anymore. This job field is always in demand for new nurses, and many women and men choose this field to the high pay and the satisfaction of helping others. This job field is one of the more female dominated careers....   [tags: Gender, Employment, Female, Male]

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Differences Between Female And Female Body

- In the womb, we are not given a choice between the sexes, but rather we are born one or the other, female or male, our bodies replicas of each other so much so that in biblical beliefs the female body is even believed to have been created from the males. The generations before our own never taking much notice of the bodies we did hold, but as the centuries passed our equality seemed to dissipate as we became increasingly more aware of the anatomical differences we do share, and thus creating the focus on the objectification of the human body, both sexualized and not sexualized....   [tags: Gender, Female, Male, Sex]

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Female Directors Portray Female Characters

- How do female directors portray female characters within the Romance genre in relation to their portrayal as a whole. In our modern day society, it would be fair to say that media has largely influenced our perception of ourselves and others. This global medium has for years showcased idealistic qualities and values and moulded the way in which the public functions, whether it is through print media, television, radio or film. With an estimated ---- hours spent watching movies a ----, it is hardly surprising that the film industry is one of the largest today, bringing in 9....   [tags: Gender, Gender role, Female, Film]

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How Female And Female Students Use Language Differently

- How Male and Female Students Use Language Differently Nowadays we live in a world, which claims us to be educated. Everyone believes that he should have education in order to get a good job. We guess that education is the answer to all our problems. And to choose future profession means to find the right way to better future. The value of education in human life is growing, and so it cannot be limited to the period of study. The urgent need for the nurturing of knowledge led to the emergence of such an interesting phenomenon in public life as continuous education....   [tags: Education, Sociology, Female, Male]

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Black And White Male Female Male And Female

- The society is in black and white, male and female. Male always coming out on top. Genders were separated for two reasons in my opinion. The first reason being is because so many people have grown up to be a specific religion and that religion practices that men are the ones in full control. The second reason is because people simply needed a way to identify a person then we observed different traits a person does and assigned it to the gender. If the whole idea of men are better than women were to leave we would then have the impression that men are better than men....   [tags: Gender, Male, Female, Human]

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Women Of Female Gentail Mutilation

- Female gentail mutilation is a practice,usually done in a few communities of people, of in part or completely and totally evacuating the outside sex organs of young ladies and young ladies for nonmedical reasons. It is illegal in many countries.Do i trustFemale gentla sholed be lasted through. By no means. In fact, even in nations where ithas been made illegal: "Femalegentil mutilation was made illegal in Egypt in2008 yet is still broadly polished. A few judgments (of value) recommend more than 75% ofladies, Muslim Christian, still have had theway of reaching goals in a few areas of the nation." Female circumcision is never completed by people with any medicine preparing....   [tags: Female, Woman, Female genital cutting, Girl]

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The Typical Profile Of The Female Offender

- Corrections – Week 10 – Review questions 1) What is the ‘typical profile’ of the female offender. The ‘typical profile’, of a female offender is that they are likely to have a history of trauma, suffer from a mental illness and have substance abuse and alcohol issues. Further, most are illiterate and have had a long history of unemployment. It is possible they have could have been/be involved in violent relationships. They are likely to be the primary care giver for their children, but not have the support of a partner to raise her children....   [tags: Prison, Gender, Woman, Female]

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Male And Female Are Simply Not Enough

- Male and female are simply not enough. Anne Fausto-Sterling makes this crystal clear in her work, "The Five Sexes". Her essay goes into detail about the history of hermaphrodites. People tend to shun anyone or any idea that is unusual. From birth, humans are programmed to think of certain things as normal, and to think of other things as weird. Sterling 's essay is very strong in medical information about intersexual people and it has different examples about living an intersexual lifestyle. On page 20, Fausto-Sterling says "Even language refuses other possibilities...I have had to invent convention—s/he and his/her—to denote someone who is clearly neither male nor female or who is perhaps b...   [tags: Gender, Sex, Male, Female]

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Gender Inequality Between Female And Female Education

- Like the rest of the world, gender inequality in education has been a large problem in China, but scholars have noted that it in the last several decades’ gender inequality has been decreasing because of economic growth. Dong Qiang et al. states that through their research findings, they have discovered that the inability to read or write was commonly found in females and that men were more likely to have higher education and more years of schooling, but now thanks to economic growth the differences between male and female education opportunities have been decreasing (72)....   [tags: Gender, Female, Male, Higher education]

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The Involvement Of Female Representation

- Females have brought down capture rates than guys for basically all wrongdoing classifications aside from prostitution. This is valid in all nations for which information are accessible. It is valid for all racial and ethnic gatherings, and for each chronicled period. In the United States, ladies constitute fewer than 20 percent of captures for most wrongdoing classifications. Females have even lower representation than guys do in genuine wrongdoing classes. Since the 1960s in the United States, the degree of female captures has for the most part been under 15 percent for murder and bothered ambush, and under 10 percent for the genuine property violations of thievery and burglary Beside pr...   [tags: Gender, Female, Male, Cognition]

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Female Soldiers And Male Soldiers

- Imagine being on the frontlines fighting for America’s freedom, when all of a sudden it comes into realization that the soldier down the line is not as strong as the rest; which now causes everyone to suffer tremendously. Female soldiers do not hold the same physical abilities that a male soldier does; thus, causing soldiers on the frontlines to be aware that all soldiers alongside them are not as capable as one another. There are numerous jobs within the military fit for women, but the frontline simply, is not one of them....   [tags: Gender, Female, Woman, Male]

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Pay Inequality For Female Doctors

- Pay Inequality for Female Doctors It has long been known that in the United States, women do not make the same amount of money as men do in the workforce. Women have gained so many rights that have previously been unavailable to them in the past few centuries, so why are women in 2015 still not receiving the same pay benefits as men. According to Chen, “women working full time, year round earned an average of $0.78 for every dollar earned by men working full time, year round.” Unfortunately this pay gap between genders is increasingly prominent in healthcare....   [tags: Gender, Female, Male, Woman]

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Media Coverage Of Female Athlete

- Gender bias in media is a problem with multiple different aspects. Statistics show that 40% of all athletes are women, but they receive just 4% of media coverage (The Statistics). Secondly, a recent analysis found that of 6,503 sports photos taken by national newspapers, only 78 were of females (Media Coverage). What are the reasons toward such uneven coverage. Females participating in athletics get more attention to their physical appearance than their actual ability to perform the sport. Athletes that are not considered appealing or attractive are commonly disregarded and forgotten by the media....   [tags: Gender, Female, Male, Sex]

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Media, Sexualisation and Female Tennis.

- Within todays sporting community, certain aspects of sport and its practices promote and construct ideas that sport in general is a male dominated. Sports media often provides an unequal representation of genders. Women athletes are regularly perceived as mediocre in comparison to their male equivalents (Lenskyj, 1998). Achievement in sport is generally established through displays of strength, speed and endurance, men usually set the standards in these areas, consequently woman rarely reach the level set by top male athletes....   [tags: female athletes, sports, media]

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A Change For Female Athletes

- Makayla Aiken Mrs. Mancini English Language Arts 09 May 2016 A Change for Female Athletes Change is unavoidable. Everything changes with in time but some changes take a process more like forever, such as a female to have the same opportunities as males. Before 1970, if a women wanted to go to college to have professional degree in most cases she will she be denied from law school or medical school just because of her gender.There were quotes on the number of women weren 't allowed to enter programs such as law and medical school.Women and men thought it was very cruel for it to be that way (The Women 's Right)....   [tags: Female, Gender, Male, Boy]

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Male And Female Categorization Debate

- Surveys are a useful tool for gathering research and data on a topic to discover crucial findings. However, the male and female categorization debate is a controversial topic for several reasons. Many influences and assumptions go into what makes a male or female but the history of these definitions do not add up to the facts. When a researcher conducts a survey to interpret attitudes toward different advertisements, the researcher is actually asking for opinionated beliefs about a specific topic....   [tags: Gender, Male, Sex, Female]

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Male Choice : Female Choice

- Female Choice My sister and my female friends say it is hard to be a female. Even my younger sister says that, not that I am disagreeing, but rather agreeing. Females have a hard time with many things such as periods, menstrual cycles, sexual harassment, and many more things. One of them happens to be finding the right male. Female choice is where they have to make choices on what kind of male they want and need. There are many things they have to think about such as good genes, good behavior, good personality, and good looking males....   [tags: Female, Male, Human, Boy]

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Female ( Pwo ) Mask

- Female (Pwo) Mask 1) The Female (Pwo) Mask is used in celebrations celebrating the Chokwe people’s women. This Pwo Mask was made in the late 19th to early 201th century and is made of wood, fiber, pigment, and metal. The creators of the mask, the Chokwe peoples, live in the Democratic Republic of Congo. 2) The mask represents values that the Chokwe people attach to the rite of passage and womanhood. Such values are introspection and wisdom. The mask conveys introspection and wisdom because the eyes and mouth are closed meaning the female is looking inward, thinking and reflecting....   [tags: Woman, Female, Girl, Women]

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Gender Portrayal Of Female Stereotypes

- For many years, gender stereotypes have been used as targets for comedic purposes, especially in the media. Television, in particular, displays a great amount of gender-focused humor, especially in sitcoms. Television comedy has kept current with the changing role of the sexes over time; this can be seen by the trend away from portraying male stereotypes as positive and female stereotypes as negative (as was typical in the 1950s and 1960s, for example), to commonly doing the opposite today. The Internet is another large media source that also displays a vast amount of gender-focused humor....   [tags: Gender, Female, Male, Sex]

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Differences Between Female And Male

- If there is any differences, it is in being comfortable with the subject for both sexes, not in the actual ability. There is no gene for maths, writing ability, religious faith or any other complex trait (Barnett and Rivers 2004, p. 150). There are no definitive differences cognitively between the sexes despite many attempts. According to Maccoby & Jacklin (cited in Basow 1986, p. 38) concludes in learning and memory there is no difference between female and male. According to research boys are no smarter than girls, with no overall difference in intelligence, reasoning ability, IQ levels or intellectual performance after age 6 (Basow, 1986 p....   [tags: Gender, Male, Female, Sex]

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Female Dominance And Male Dominance

- Back in the 1800’s, men were always considered in charge. Men were more dominating than females where they lived in a patriarchal society-which men rule over woman. Those who were dominant worked jobs, took care of their family and played up to the role of a “macho man.” Macho men are supposed to have this built body that makes females drool, manliness between other males, and this sexy personality that make females fight each other over. Male dominance was very well known that all male felt obligated to live up to the expectations needed....   [tags: Gender, Male, Female, Man]

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The Portrayal of Female Body in The Media

- It is virtually impossible to spend a day consuming media without hearing the troubling veracity of how the portrayal of female body in the media. This portrayal influences some females view themselves. Throughout the past century, the ideal body form ranged from the boyish looking flapper girl, to the hourglass, to today’s thin ideal. Thankfully, a new advertising movement embraces the female body in different shapes, colors, and sizes. This development has powerful supporters such as actress Jennifer Lawrence, who is known for refusing to lose weight for roles....   [tags: female body, weight, unrealist representations]

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The Rise Of Female Opera Singers

- As discussed in class multiple times throughout the quarter the term diva, is socially constructed. Women throughout history have been labeled and criticized over their actions that people presumed went against the correct social norms. What is striking is that in today 's modern society the diva is often associated with women who are in glamorous positions such as in music and the “demands” made by them not for who they are in reality, regardless of the connotation, there has always been a fascination with the diva on stage, and there is much more to her then what the eye can see....   [tags: Gender, Woman, Female, Pop icon]

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Female Inequality And Male Athletes

- Female pay inequality is an example of greater society issue Inadequately paid and forced to juggle part time work to stay afloat financially, female athletes are lagging behind male athletes, in terms of equality. To make matters worse, sponsorship and media outlets only have their eyes set on male sport. This teaches society to undervalue female sport, emphasising that it is worthless. Collectively, these factors contribute to the growth of pay discrepancy. After looking through the television guide I was stunned....   [tags: Female, Male, Sex, Sport in Australia]

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Gender Representation Of Female Audiences

- In the United States, gender has always been a dichotomous, discriminatory system. The men are privileged and the women oppressed. The media, especially film and television, reflect this. From a purely quantitative standpoint, women are perpetually underrepresented. For the qualitative, men receive complex story lines where explanations are given for all behaviors, negative and positive, and women are lucky to receive story lines. Of the women who are in film and television, they usually serve as a sexual object to supposedly attract audiences or as side characters designed to further the character development of a male protagonist....   [tags: Gender, Woman, Physical attractiveness, Female]

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Ambiguous Lines of Female Independence

- It is a man’s world. A simple statement such as the aforementioned has affected innumerable generations on the account that men set the standards for living and control just that. This prejudice attitude against women—who are living side by side with men and making just as much of a copious change within the world—leads to a discriminatory behavior that perversely affects women. Mankind— the world is referred to as a man's phrase that puts men in the position of power regardless of its seemingly harmless generalization....   [tags: discrimmination of women, female roles in society]

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College Engineering Majors Are Female

- A Verizon Wireless advertisement notes, “66% of 4th-grade girls say they like science and math. But only 18% of all college engineering majors are female” (Verizon 0:52). Between these years of schooling, girls undergo a drastic change. This 38% drop in interest of STEM fields originates from parental lack of support, evident throughout the commercial. The young girl, Samantha is told “not to get her dress dirty” when playing in a stream (Verizon 0:13). Her father tells her “she doesn’t want to mess with that” when exploring the anatomy of a starfish (Verizon 0:20)....   [tags: Woman, Female, STEM fields, Gender]

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Advertising And Female Enhancement Supplements

- In today’s society people try to be something that they are not and completely forget who they are due to the stereotypes and advertisement that has brain wash them. We see a lot of advertisement from TV, Billboards to magazines. Such advertisements have change how people look and think of themselves in many different perspectives. But the real problem is how advertisements use and identify females as sex objects, dumb and weak. The stereotypes are seen in both females and males but it takes a big impact in females by comparing them with sex objects and putting them down....   [tags: Male, Female, Gender, Sex in advertising]

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The Practice Of Female Genital Mutilation

- (Introduction) Every human being should be entitled to freedom; even if it involves escaping from one’s cultural practices and/or beliefs in order to survive. For instance, “the practice of female genital mutilation (FGM), or female circumcision, is widespread in many African countries” (Burnor & Raley 68). A female genital mutilation is a procedure in which a woman’s clitoris is removed; this procedure diminishes the sexual pleasure in which a woman can experience during sexual intercourse (Burnor & Raley)....   [tags: Human, Morality, Female genital cutting, Religion]

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The Female Body : A Feminist Perspective On The Body

- Turned, pulled, stretched, tucked; molded by the average man with a wedge and hammer at hand. The female body is a dissected organism in which tolerance is searched for. In search for a tolerable female form, modifications on the female body are performed. This lust for acceptance and understanding causes females to partake in methods of “beautifying themselves” to please man. Man, the omnipotent being whose thoughts and words cascade onto the hearts of women causing mutilation, suppression, and the desire to discover oneself....   [tags: Gender, Female, Male, Boy]

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Female Agency : A Wide Spread Problem

- Female agency is considered a wide spread problem throughout society in todays day and age. It is a communication issue where by the females voice, weather it be in a professional or personal enviroment, doesn 't get heard. This problem is primarily down to a lack of respect coming from the male population and the patriarchy factor. Manjima Bhattacharjya, who had written many publications on feminism says this; “The question of women’s agency has been a thorn in the side of feminism for as far back as I can remember....   [tags: Gender, Female, Wife, Woman]

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Female Athletes And Their Understanding Of The Sports World

- We all remember watching the sandlot when we were young.In that movie the greatest insult in that movies was when Ham Porter another male baseball player he plays like a girl. Till to this day when guys are playing sports they are still telling other guys hit like a girl or kick like a girl. What is wrong player like a girl there are any great female athletes. The sports world is very male dominance place, If you are female in the sports world you are most likely a model handing the medal to the winners or just there for pretty face....   [tags: Gender, Female, Male, Sex]

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Female Speaker : Just Being Lazy

- People have been using it forever, we know that there are not any super serious long term affects, like serious effects in the same way that alcohol is. Male Speaker: Or cigarettes. Female Speaker 3: Or like heroine affects you and so I think, that coupled with each other, a lot of times, people don’t act out as much as they are when you smoke marijuana as if you were drunk. You are not as apt to hurt someone or things along those lines. Interviewer: Are there any disadvantages to using marijuana that you can think of....   [tags: Sex, Male, Female, Human]

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Female Nudes Are On The Point Of Being Pornography

- Female nudes are on the point of being pornography while some are still considered high end art. Females have been painted nude throughout history of art and will continue to be in the future. It depends on the context of the picture and how the women is being portrayed that decides if it is viewed as pornography that is trying to hide as high end art. “Since pornography may be defined as any representation that achieves a certain degree of sexual explicitness, art has to be protected from being engulfed by pornography in order to maintain its position as the opposition to pornography” (Nead 1990, pg....   [tags: Nudity, Woman, Female, Gender]

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Sex Is The Biological Classification Of Male And Female

- Sex is the biological classification of male or female according to genitalia at birth. An example is when a baby is born with a vagina its sex is automatically classified as a female and if it is born with a penis its sex is male. Sex category is identificatory displays that match a person’s biological sex. For instance, a person who is born female will appear to be female through her actions, mannerisms, style, etc. However, sex and sex category can vary independently because a person can claim membership in a sex category that does not match their sex criteria....   [tags: Gender, Sociology, Male, Female]

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Female 's Dependence On Males And As A Victim

- A male that opts out of work to take care of children is almost unheard of, but many people expect females to make this sacrifice. It has become a societal norm to value a male’s career over a female’s and to assume the wife will be the primary caretaker of any children. This causes a female 's dependence on males and as a result can have various negative consequences. After centuries worth of these skewed concepts being widely accepted, society is slowly starting to move forward. The outdated ideology that women should rely on her husband’s income is represented as the social norm in the Ms....   [tags: Gender, Woman, Female, Marriage]

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Female And Playing On The Girls ' Locker Room

- For this paper, I will be analyzing an occurrence from November last year, in which a transgender student in an Illinois school district was denied access to the girls’ locker room despite identifying as female and playing on the girls’ sports team. It was determined that the school district violated Title IX, a federal law that bans sex discrimination, by not allowing the student full access to the girls’ locker room. Education officials said it was one of the first cases about the rights of transgender students, as society has become more open in regards to gender....   [tags: Gender, Transgender, Male, Female]

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The Inequalities Between Male And Female Athletes

- Women have had to fight for numerous rights over the course of history. From the right to vote, to equal pay, and even the chance at equal athletic opportunities. The inequalities between male and female athletes, professional or not, has been a major source of controversy for some time now. Throughout the history of athletics women have experienced struggles in getting equal opportunities to participate, being overshadowed by their male counterparts, shocking pay gaps between male and female athletes, etc....   [tags: Gender, Male, Scholarship, Female]

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The World Identifies Me As A Hispanic Female

- The world identifies me as a Hispanic heterosexual female, but is that how I define myself. I define myself as just a female that is American and also Hispanic but in this world, in the society it’s very hard for people to understand that. On chapter 3, it asks us, “Who am I. Who do you want to be. Who do you others think I am and want me to be?” and so much more, but those are the ones I paid most attention to. Micro; myself. I see myself as just a simple human being, someone that doesn’t truly do labels....   [tags: Human, Female, Male, Thing]

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Gender, The Sense Of Being Male Or Female?

- What is gender, and how is it represented in our society. Gender is defined as the sense of being male or female (Feldman, 2016). However, gender differs from sex in that, sex refers to the physical characteristics that differentiate males and females (Feldman, 2016). There are certain products that individuals are drawn to or automatically attached through societal norms. For instance, a woman may automatically go into a store and go directly to the clothing and shoe department. In contrast, a male may walk in to the same store and be drawn directly to the sporting goods section....   [tags: Gender, Female, Male, Sex]

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Differences Between Male And Female

- What are the differences between a male and a female. Shouldn’t the only difference be the body parts. Today and even in the past, people have this stereotype of the female. Society today tries to battel against the thought that there should be different rights for men and women, especially women. However, there are men that have the concept as a feminist would. I’m one of those men that believe the male and female genders should have equal rights. Though there may be some ascribed genetic differences between a male and a female, the “nature” of the genders, does not impede a woman to do as much or more than a man....   [tags: Gender, Female, Gender role, Simone de Beauvoir]

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Difference Between Male And Female Communication

- In the United States, university classrooms today are made up of a mixture of males and females. In life, males and females have different conversational styles. The ways that they communicate to each other in a conversation, as well as how they communicate with their instructors and peers in the classroom. Although there is a combination of both genders in the classrooms, schools tend to use learning techniques that are more applicable towards men than women. When teaching with a mixture of people that learn differently, it is difficult to have a certain technique to use that would help everybody in the same way....   [tags: Gender, Female, Male, Sex]

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Difference Between Male And Female Communication

- In the present United States, a mixture of males and females make up a university classroom. In life, males and females have different conversational styles. The ways that they communicate to each other in a conversation, as well as how they communicate with their instructors and peers in the classroom. Although there is a combination of both genders in the classrooms, schools gravitate more towards using learning techniques that are more applicable towards men than women (Tannen 369). When teaching with a mixture of people that learn differently, it is difficult to have a certain technique to use that would help everybody in the same way....   [tags: Gender, Female, Male, Sex]

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Being A Female Male Dominant Facilities

- Being a woman working in male dominant facilities is hard in many ways, but being a woman and working as a Correctional Officer in men’s prisons shines a different light on what women endure when it comes to fitting in. Tokenism becomes the first big issue along the lines of being a female correctional officer. Tokenism, the practice of hiring or appointing a token number of females in order to deflect criticism or comply with the affirmative action rules (Cheeseman, K.A. and W. Goodlin-Fahnck. 2011)....   [tags: Prison, Female, Woman, Gender]

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Female Genital Mutilation: A Violation of Human Rights

- Female genital mutilation (FGM) is an ancient traditional non-therapeutic surgical procedure that involves total or partial removal of the external parts of female genitalia. This paper aimed to define and classify FGM, identifies the prevalence, describes reasons for performing the practice, and concentrates on the problems associated to this practice with regard to women’s health, religious beliefs, and socio-cultural, behavioral and moral consequences. Researches and survey reports that the global actions have been taken to reduce or abolish the prevalence of the practice will be assessed....   [tags: Female Circumcision ]

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Differences Between Male And Female Brains

- Gender Differences in Learning American schools are facing a huge dilemma: boys and girls are statistically doing different in school, with girls having the upper hand. For example, in some states, boys have the average of an entire letter grade below girls according to the article “Gender-Friendly Schools.” The article adds that roughly 70% of the D’s and F’s in school grades are given to boys and more than half of the A’s are given to girls. With evidence of a gender difference in learning, scientists and educators are looking for the source, namely nature or nurture, and if the learning difference is gender based or individual orientated....   [tags: Education, Gender, Female, Brain]

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Sexual Harassment : A Female And Your Child

- Imagine you are the mother of a small little girl, let 's say around the age of 3 or 4 years old. You and your child are walking through the grocery store,and she says, “I have to go to the bathroom”. You say okay and take her to the bathroom. When you enter the women’s bathroom there are no empty stalls so you wait in line. When finally a person unlocks the door to a stall and walks out. This person is a transgender male. He doesn’t look like a female and your child asks you ,”mom why is that boy in the girls bathroom?” what would you say to your young child....   [tags: Transgender, Gender, Restrooms, Female]

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Differences Between Male And Female Communication

- Male or female, we all have the same basic human need to be understood by others, to communicate. One trait that can greatly influence the way we communicate is our gender. We may not agree with every theory of differences between male and female communication, but we do notice some differences in the genders when it is time to talk. Whether the communication is online or in person, there is a clear discrepancy between the genders. When it comes to public speeches and academic institutions, private discussions, and online talk we can clearly see the difference between how men and women talk and interact with other people....   [tags: Gender, Male, Female, Communication]

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Gender Roles: The Female Role in Society

- The female gender role in society has created a torturous fate for those who have failed in their role as a woman, whether as a mother, a daughter, or a wife. The restrictive nature of the role that society imposes on women causes extreme repercussions for those women who cannot fulfill their purpose as designated by society. These repercussions can be as common as being reprimanded or as severe as being berated or beaten by a husband or father. The role that women were given by society entails being a submissive homemaker who dotes on her husband and many children....   [tags: female, abuse, society]

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Female Victimization, Male And Female Offending, Neutrality Of Theories, And How The Media Plays Into The

- “Gender violence is one of the world’s most common human rights abuses. Women worldwide ages 15 through 44 are more likely to die or be maimed because of male violence than because of cancer, malaria, war, and traffic accidents combined… people can perceive violence against women as evil and tolerate it at the same time” (Belknap, page 288). This quote depicts the many obstacles that women face when victimized in the criminal justice (CJ) system. Candace Kruttschnitt explores the study of female victimization, male and female offending, neutrality of theories, and how the media plays into the gendering of crime....   [tags: Gender, Female, Criminal justice, Male]

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Female Void in Frankenstein

- Frankenstein was published in 1818 anonymously it was not until 1831 that it was revealed that the author was in fact a female Mary Shelley1. There has been much debate on the issue of femininity in Frankenstein in that the main characters are male and the women play a passive role. In this essay I will argue that at the centre of Frankenstein there is not a void where a feminine understanding should be but rather there is a void of absent mothers and the novel depicts the condition of women in it's era and is a critique of a patriarchal society....   [tags: Anonymous Author, Female Author, Mary Shelley]

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Female Character Influence

- The past years have brought much attention to young female celebrities who resorted to drugs, sex scandals, and extreme alterations to their bodies as a way of gaining media attention. As a result of this, females have been degraded and extra expectations come from men for them to be perfect which creates the status quo of going crazy and swinging on a wrecking ball in the nude as perfectly appropriate and arousing. Leading female cinematic characters like Bella Swan from the Twilight Saga, Katniss Everdeen from The Hunger Games, Hermione Granger from the Harry Potter series, and have influenced the ideals of young women based on their presentation of three characteristics: their emotional s...   [tags: female celebrities, Bella Swan]

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The Underrepresentation Of Female 's Interests And Values

- The underrepresentation of female’s interests and values is a global phenomenon as there is no country where women are equally represented on all levels of government. Since most women in the Western World gained the right to vote, there is no area of human life or development sector which is immune from the impact of inequitable gender relations. The central thesis of this paper is that women’s underrepresentation in elected office creates serious problems. This paper begins by analysing the key barriers of women to get into politics, especially into leading positions....   [tags: Gender, Gender role, Democracy, Female]

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Princess Leia: A Figure of Female Empowerment

- Often, in action films, females play a secondary role. The main female characters are often present just as "token chicks" so that women do not feel underrepresented, or they are present as a romantic interest. It is rare to see a female lead take charge and exercise her intelligence instead of utilizing her gender as the main tool to avoid or get out of tricky situations. In Star Wars: Episode IV- A New Hope, directed by George Lucas (1977), Princess Leia can be seen as a female symbol of empowerment through her image, personality, and her actions....   [tags: female roles in sci fi films]

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Female Alienation And Its Effect On Society

- “I am no bird, and no net ensnares me; I am a free human being, with independent while.” Females have been oppressed and belittled since the beginning of time. Two females are going to change that throughout the course of history. The authors of Eclipse and Wuthering Heights, Stephanie Meyer and Elizabeth Bronte, expresses the need of a female wanting freedom with a male figure trying to control them throughout the reading of the below literature. Katherine 's and Bella are forswearing of male predominance causes extraordinary changes throughout their life and viewpoint....   [tags: Male, Female, Sex, Wuthering Heights]

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Lack Of Interest Towards Female Athletics

- Chinque Thompson WRT 102.75 Professor Rai 8 March 2016 For many years American society has struggled to create equality between men and women for a large amount of things. Although, throughout the years people have made great efforts in order to minimize the gap of inequality between each gender, society still has not reached its goal yet. An example of where this is shown in our world today is within sports. Men have been dominating sports when compared to women. The attention given to them, the increase amount of ticket sales and media coverage are all proof that this gap is relevant today....   [tags: Gender role, Gender, Female, Male]

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Female Delicacy During The Eighteenth Century

- Female delicacy during the eighteenth century was a value held above all else, and in Frances Burney’s Evelina, the fight for the main character’s, Evelina, fragility in a time of prevalent misogynistic violence molds the relationships and decisions made in her life. Burney tells the story of Evelina, a young and naive girl and her journey with rose colored glasses through the pressures of keeping her reputation in London society without compromising her virtue. The novel is told through letters written by Evelina and her own narration....   [tags: Woman, Female, Frances Burney, Gender]

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Female Sexuality And Its Effect On Women

- Throughout time, female sexuality has been exploited for capital gain. Advertising is one of many examples. Advertisements have objectified women and their sexuality in order to sell a range of products from the 1950’s and through to now modern society. Bell and Howell, and BMW both manipulate sexuality in order to create an impactful and memorable ad, however it is at the expense of women. These ads reflect the social standing, ethics, and mindset of society in regards to the value of women in each time period....   [tags: Woman, Gender, Female, Gender role]

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Defining Identities Impact Female Sexuality

- Defined identities impact female sexuality Nowadays, more people trend to care about and working on social justice, women’s rights, as one of the topics, draws people’s attention. The society and female-selves have changed their opinion of what do being women means in 21st century. Therefore, nowadays twenty-something girls starts to behave differently from early generation. One of the behaviors become ambiguous, that is female sexuality. In “Selections from Hard to Get: Twenty-Something Women and the Paradox of Sexual Freedom”, Leslie Bell argues that neither contradictory directing nor expectation from others are the main reason that causes female sexuality....   [tags: Female, Woman, Human sexuality, Want]

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Hypersexualizing Female Characters in Video Games Should Be Discouraged

- The sun, that shines ever so brightly, wakes you from your deep slumber. It is noon. Exhilarating dreams of being a secret agent illuminates your mind, but cannot be expressed in the real world, so you close your window blinds. As you walk away from reality, a light bulb then appears above your head. You have an epiphany. You realize you can be the crime fighting, devious, secret agent you always wanted to be, but you must do one thing first—turn on the game console. You are now channeling yourself into a different world, where every fantasy you have ever had is considered normal....   [tags: female gamers' self perception]

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Gender And Sex : The State Of Being Male Or Female

- Gender and sex are typically used by most people interchangeably, they are generally thought to be the same. If you are a male that is your sex as well as your gender, even though that is what most people believe it is not the case. It is understandable though for people to believe these two things are the same, if you were to look up the definitions in the Merriam-Webster Dictionary this is what you would find for gender: “the state of being male or female” and this is what you would find for sex: “the state of being male or female” and “physical activity in which people touch each other 's bodies, kiss each other, etc....   [tags: Sex, Male, Gender, Female]

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Should Female Athletes Be Paid The Same As Male Athletes?

- Should Female Athletes Be Paid the Same As Male Athletes “A woman is human. She is not better, wiser, stronger, more intelligent, more creative, or more responsible than a man. Likewise, she is never less. Equality is a given. A woman is human,” Vera Nazarian. Unfortunately now in the United States, women are being treated less than their male counterparts, especially when it comes to professional athletics. In an article entitled, Taking a Closer Look at the Gender Pay Gap in Sports, written by John Walters on newsweek.com, he exclaims, “Each player on the USWNT earns $99,000 per year provided the team wins 20 “friendlies” (exhibition matches), the minimum number of matches they would play...   [tags: Gender, Male, Female, Boy]

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Female Athletes And Its Impact On Women 's Sports

- If it is said that an individual plays, throws, or hits like a girl these statements are often meant to be insults. Female athletes are usually viewed as less accomplished than their male counter parts. Athletics for women are considered hobbies, not a career path. While women’s sports have made great strides towards being equal, the stigma that women’s sports are inferior is still prevalent. While co-ed sports teams might not be the answer, allowing women opportunities to play the same sports as men is a step in the right direction....   [tags: Gender, Female, Woman, Male]

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Effectiveness Of Female American Managers During Foreign Assignments

- Charles M. Vance and Yongsun Paik conducted a survey about the “effectiveness of female American managers in foreign assignments” (“Where Do American Women face their biggest obstacle”, Vance, Paik 102). The goal of the survey was to figure out if the U.S. selection bias actually corresponded with the thoughts of host countries. Vance and Paik came up with two hypotheses: “H1: Business managers in the assigned countries would not hold American women to their own countries’ culturally-driven norms and expectations that restrict female involvement in business interactions H2: American managers at corporate headquarters tend to hold lower expectations about the potential career success” (Vanc...   [tags: Female, Male, Expatriate, Sex]

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Female Film Directors and the British Film Industry

- In this essay I will be discussing whether female filmmakers in Britain find it easier to make a documentary feature than a fiction feature film in the current British film industry. I will be referring to the opinions and films of Kim Longinotto, Carol Morley, Clio Barnard and Alison Stirling. I will also be looking at the statistics from film festivals and the British Film Institute, and interviews with various British female filmmakers. I will argue that documentaries are easier to make due to them being less expensive to make and not requiring a large crew....   [tags: female filmmakers in London]

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Female Participation Within Sports And Physical Activity

- Over the last few decades there can be seen a major shift in female participation within sports and physical activity. Many have the mentality that due to making immense headway recently, means that females can cease to worry about their ability to participate, however I do not agree with this. Despite a noticeable shift in female participation over the last few decades, women continue to face adversity through trying to prove the legitimacy of female athletes and sports, a lack of shift in gender ideology, and being seen as equals to males within the world or sports and physical activity in general....   [tags: Gender, Male, Female, Sex]

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A Team Of Management With Three Males And Only One Female

- A team of management with three males and only one female is interesting. Getting picked on because I’m the only female manger in the store, because I’m the youngest of them all but yet my male team mates help and support me unconditionally. I could call say that they are my brothers, they might play jokes on me but they are the ones to support my decisions I make in my workplace especially if I’m correct. There has been a situation at work that I’ve faced gender discrimination which made me realize that there are still human beings out in the world who don’t seem to care about a person’s feelings and knowing that there still judge based on if you’re a female or a male but also made me reali...   [tags: Gender, Male, Human, Female]

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The Role Of Mass Media On Female Body Image

- In historical context, men have almost always been defined and/or identified by their jobs and roles in society. Today, this tactic can no longer be completely valid. It would seem that men feel the need to display their masculinity through their physical appearance. As of recent, it has been argued that a male’s body if one of the few remaining ways in which men can differentiate themselves from women. Although many people acknowledge that the mass media has a huge negative on female body image, not many people are aware of the negative effects that the mass media has on male body image....   [tags: Gender, Male, Female, Reproduction]

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The Effects Of Sex Male A Female Brains Work Differently

- Based on the book Brain Sex male a female brains work differently. A woman is wired to be more sensitive, and they are more alert to the senses touch, smell, and sound. They see more into detail, have better memory, and are better at communicating than male. It is believed that these results are because: “the right hemisphere of her brain that controls the emotions is better connected to the left side of the brain that controls verbal expressions.” (Sex Brain 100) On the other hand, men are “single-minded because his brain is more compartmentalised.” (Brain Sex 101) Men are more aware of themselves and self-gain and not their surroundings....   [tags: Male, Gender, Female, Human]

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Women Vs. Female High School Sports

- Is laying out a girl okay if it is on a football field. Most males are taught never to hit a female, so why should we force young males to be put in a situation were they have to hit one. Would it be okay to hit a female off the field. This could stir up some problems with the males when they get older. Men fight with other men because they were allowed to hit each other on a field. If we allow the females to get hit by the males on the field would they think they could do the same when they are not playing....   [tags: Female, Gender, Male, Sex]

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Why Participation Rates For Male And Female Gender Is Low

- Mankind tend to look at the male populace and conclude that the significantly poor participation of males is due to individual preferences and the fact that dance is seen as highly feminine or non masculine. What they don’t ask is why participation rates for both the male and female gender is low. It’s rare that society looks beyond what is actually affecting individual choices of the majority of society to not participate in dance. A key point of difference is that dance studios, the common delivery point of most peoples’ formative dance experience, are operating as businesses (with a clear profit motive), rather than the myriad of community based sports clubs, which encourage and cater fo...   [tags: Gender, Male, Sex, Female]

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Themes Of Justice, Male Superiority, And Female Identity

- Susan Glaspell uses theme to develop “Trifles.” Themes of justice, male superiority, and female identity uncover truths within characters and establish the playwright’s own thoughts. By the time we reach the end of the play, the themes are all interwoven and impossible to separate. “Trifles,” at first glance, is a story about a murder. However, most murder stories usually end with a murderer behind bars. “Trifles,” shows that justice itself is complicated, not so black and white. Through their discovery of the dead pet bird, Mrs....   [tags: Gender, Female, Male, Woman]

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Women And Female Students Use Language Differently

- Men and women are not made equal. At least this is what Deborah Tannen believes in her article “How Male and Female Students Use Language Differently.” Tannen is a professor at Georgetown University, and is often highly revered for her work in linguistics. The article is meant to show the differences in communication learned at an early age by boys and girls. However, in the article, Tannen shows lack of direction with thought and evidence that should be apparent in the work of someone on the collegiate level....   [tags: Female, Male, Sex, Gender]

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Gender Roles Can Be Defined As A Male Or Female?

- Gender roles can be defined as the way a male or female should act based on the society’s expectations. (Rathus, 2010) For example, boys will usually be the only ones to play football because it is generalized as a male sport. Meanwhile, girls will usually be the only ones to play a sport like volleyball because that was generalized specifically for girls. Gender stereotypes are ways of how men and women should behave based on a set or fixed beliefs previously established according to that specific gender....   [tags: Gender, Female, Male, Sex]

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Adolescent Male And Female Sprague Dawley Rats

- 2. Methods and Results 2.1. Subjects Adolescent male and female Sprague-Dawley rats (n = 6 - 8 animals per group), bred in our colony at Binghamton University, were used in these experiments. On the day following birth, litters were culled to 8-10 male and female pups and housed with their dams until weaning on postnatal day (P) 21. At weaning, all animals were pair-housed with a same-sex, same-age partner from a different litter to allow cage mates to be placed in the same intake condition without assigning more than one animal per sex to a test condition....   [tags: Sex, Male, Female, Gender]

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Gender And Archaeology Of South Korea Female Archaeologists

- Power can be defined as a factor that aims to produce change or impact within individuals through detailed progression. The concept of power is related to this gender and archaeology course as it is perceived to be a male dominated field which is driven by patriarchy. It is patriarchy that is the process in which it aims to alienate women into not being fully recognized for their contributions to archeological research as well as the way scientists look at archeological discoveries through a male perspective....   [tags: Gender, Gender role, Archaeology, Female]

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