Gender Discrimination During The 20th Century Essay

1122 Words Nov 29th, 2014 5 Pages
Jasveer Singh Rayat
Susan Romeo
EAC 150FW
29 November 2014

GENDER DISCRIMINATION
In 20th century the development of society dramatically increases only in terms of education and economic when compared to the past years but discrimination is still noticeable among the gender groups. Even today in some regions, the society is still male dominating and the fight remains for the female and other transsexual groups to get equality in the society based on the qualification. Gender roles can be defined as the behavior and the attitude expected of male and female members of a society by that society. Employments of men are regularly described by high preparing prerequisites, great advancement opportunities and large amounts of occupation complexity, self-sufficiency and cooperation. Occupations for ladies, interestingly, are less inclined to represent a wellbeing or danger alternately to include work antisocial hours. In addition different cultures impose different expectations upon the men and women who live in that culture. These changes in the gender roles affect the home and workplace. Over the years there is great change in the levels of behavior, attitude, and expectations among females, males, and other sexual groups in the society.

Over past few decades the role of woman was only in the household activities and very few percent of woman were in the workplace. Moreover sexual harassment as well as unwanted sexual comments are experienced by the majority of female of…

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