part 1 post repsond
“Gender Stereotypes” Please respond to the following:
- From the e-Activity, discuss at least two (2) ways in which gender stereotyping has harmed society in social, economic, and cultural terms. Suggest two to three (2-3) examples of such harm in action in your response. Justify your response.
Note: Discussion responses may include information from your personal life, discussion about your friends’ or family members’ lives, or examples from life in general. You are not required to solely use personal examples if you are not comfortable doing so.
part 2 statement respond
“Gender Stereotypes” from my point of view, traditionally, the female stereotypic role is to after she’s getting marries and has children. She is also expected to put family’s welfare before her own, be loving, compassionate carries taking care of the family as needed.
The male stereotypes are to be the financial provider. He is also to be assertive, competitive, independent and career focused. The children also learn gender stereotype from adults, with gender roles, socializing with parents, teachers, peers, religious leaders, and media, as well as pass along gender stereotypes from one generation to the next.
In our culture, the ideal male is perhaps seen as competent, stable, tough, confident, strong and accomplished. The ideal female’s perhaps seen warm, emotional, kind, polite, and friendly. On the other hand, there may be several women who are naturally extroverted, brave and tough.
Each culture has standards about the way that people should behave based on their gender