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What role do prejudice and discrimination play in the lives of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people? What is the psychological impact of that prejudice and discrimination?
Weegy: n most societies, LGBT people cannot legally marry. In most states, we can legally be fired (or not hired) just because of our sexual orientation. We can be denied housing. [ People hate us enough to want to hurt or even kill us, and many people don't recognize that as a hate crime. In some countries, you can be executed or jailed just for being homosexual. Read more: What role do prejudice and discrimination play in the lives of lesbian, gay, and bisexual people? | Answerbag ] (More)
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How have gender roles changes throughout history? Does a mother/father from 1942 look anything like today’s mother/father? Should they look alike?
Weegy: A gender role is a set of social and behavioral norms that are generally considered appropriate for either a man or a woman in a social or interpersonal relationship. [ Gender roles vary widely between cultures and even in the same cultural tradition have differed over time and context. There are differences of opinion as to which observed differences in behavior and personality between genders are entirely due to innate personality of the person and which are due to cultural or social factors, and are therefore the product of socialization, or to what extent gender differences are due to biological and physiological differences. Views on gender-based differentiation in the workplace and in interpersonal relationships have often undergone profound changes as a result of feminist and/or economic influences, but there are still considerable differences in gender roles in almost all societies. It is also true that in times of necessity, such as during a war or other emergency, women are permitted to perform functions which in "normal" times would be considered a male role, or vice versa. ] (More)
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How have gender roles changes throughout history? Does a mother/father from 1942 look anything like today’s mother/father? Should they look alike?
Weegy: i think alot of changes have been made for both men and women, especially in the home. [ Men and women are often both responsible for the cooking, cleaning, and laundry (traditionally women's work) and they are often both responsible for the maintaining of vehicles, appliances and the lawn (which was once considered the responsibility of men). Marriage has become more of a partnership. This may be due to women entering the work force, society's greater affluency and education, the divorce rate, and the feminist movement. At the same time, men still dominate in the workplace in that men receive higher degrees of education, leadership, and get paid more. Women are still primarily responsible for the bearing and rearing of children and fill more leadership positions that work with children or charities. Men and women still share the responsibilities of child rearing more than ever in history More men are enjoying their relationships with their children instead of just being the breadwinner and authority figure in their children's lives. Still, among the poor and uneducated, the traditional roles are more prevalent and dominate society. However, there is pressure among popular culture and television for men and women to be more androgynous (having more male and female traits/roles). Read more: ] (More)
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Where do we learn gender roles? What people teach us stereotypes? Entertainment? Sports? Media?
Weegy: Gender stereotypes are simplistic generalizations about the gender attributes, differences, and roles of individuals and/or groups. Stereotypes can be positive or negative, but they rarely communicate accurate information about others. [ When people automatically apply gender assumptions to others regardless of evidence to the contrary, they are perpetuating gender stereotyping. Many people recognize the dangers of gender stereotyping, yet continue to make these types of generalizations. ] (More)
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