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    In the play Antigone there are many references that link to the oppression of women. Creon made many convictions insulting womenkind. His convictions seemed true to a large population of men. I believe the majority of men, in the ancient Greek times believed in the undeniable domination of women. The start of the Greeks began around 2000 B.C. with the Mycenaeans. They inhabited the Greek peninsula. (Perry 40) “If we transgress . . . we” (Beatty 61) Ismene claimed it was an outrageous thought

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    Gender Conflict Theory

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    controversy issue dealing with gender issues between males and females. And the topic of discussion is men being treated better than women. An example of this better treatment: A man goes into a certain job, such

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    raised as an X. An X is a child who is assigned to a neutral gender by its parents and scientists. The parents of X raise the child to both girl and boy standards. This, however, is just a story. Raising a child with an assigned gender is impossible. Many factors go into the development of gender and gender identity. Theorists state that the issue of gender identity is based on the society where the child grows. Others believe that gender identity is based on the physical traits of the individual.

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    women are negatively stereotyped, such as math. This may make is difficult for women to enter professions which are dominated by men, including engineering or corporate management. The theory that will be explored in this paper is conflict theory, specifically gender-conflict theory. Current Trends in the Data Koch et al. (2014) worked with 99 German students of the University of Heidelberg and found that stereotype threat

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    Gender and Conflict Gender is how an individual defines themselves as being a male or female. There are several different aspects of ones gender that include; gender identity, sexual attraction, biological sex, and expression. Gender can be used as a social mask, to show the world how one defines themselves. Males and females have a set of expectations of how to act in social situations, these expectations are one of the factors that shape our conflict styles. Men and woman have different roles

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    The Gender Conflict in School

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    their gender ahead that of men when it comes to the growth of the United States’ intelligence. This jump has allowed an exceptional amount of criticism toward the current school systems, much of which is untrue and undeserved. Although men appear to lose interest in school faster than women, and women have in fact passed men in the successfulness of their schooling, the causes for their lack of continuance in education is not because of discriminatory systems or Ann Hulbert’s idea of “gender disparity

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    Society, Gender Roles and Gender-Conflict

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    Society, Gender Roles and Gender-Conflict Time and time again gender-conflict is brought to the attention of the public in various forms. In our time someone who wants to make a point about gender-conflict and the inequality that is present will be more likely to use television or song to reach their audience. This however is a fairly new technology. Books or some form of writing on the other hand have been around for thousands of years. Gender-conflict is nothing new. It is not as though one

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    Conflict and Impact on Gender

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    Introduction Conflicts cause and leave behind a myriad of problems and issues that impacts several spheres of a country. Conflicts affect a country economically, politically, socially and environmentally on a broader level while the micro level impact is what is immediately seen and felt. Conflict has gender specific impacts as well, although it is women who are mostly affected by conflict as they are affected in several more different ways than men, and at a higher intensity in most cases. In

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    A Documented play of Susan Glaspell’s “Trifles” Gender conflict in Susan Glaspell’s play trifles present the leading dilemma for the insurance of female alliances against male dominance. Which sets off rigid attitudes within the scene of the crime, leading to the corruption of Evidence, and the flawed investigation to solving Mrs. Wright crimes. Henry Peters and Lewis Hale believe that their wives are not fit for obtaining any structural qualities and that they are identified as impulsive and small-minded

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    authority in political and personal affairs, over their subservient female counterparts. In light of these sociocultural contexts, the gender of characters in Macbeth significantly affects their relationship to power, as female’s access to power is restricted to their control over men. This is clearly evident when considering Macbeth and Lady Macbeth 's conflict of gender roles, including Lady Macbeth 's attempt to fulfil the male role, which leads to their ultimate

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