Women and men are nestled into predetermined cultural molds when it comes to gender in American society

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History

 

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Zella G

 

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August 17, 2016

 

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The roles women and men played in earlier generations exemplify the way society limited men and women by placing them into gender specific molds; biology has never claimed that men were the sole survivors of American families, and that women were the only ones capable of making a pot roast. This depiction of the typical family has evolved...
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This depiction of the typical family has evolved. For example, in her observation of American families, author Judy Root Aulette noted that more families practice Egalitarian ideologies and are in favor of gender equality. "Women are more likely to participate in the workforce, while men are more likely to share in housework and childcare (apa?)...
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