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Male and Female Roles

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ISBN-10: 0737745290

ISBN-13: 9780737745290

Edition: 2010

Authors: Karen Miller

List price: $33.80
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This collection of essays provides readers with various perspectives on the individual roles of men and women. Across four chapters, readers will evaluate whether male and female roles are biologically derived, what the cultural effects of these roles are, whether gender stereotypes impact perceptions of men and women, and what gender roles will be like in the future. Essayist Chris Nutter reports that men are becoming more like women, while another essay claims the opposite. Elayne Boosler claims the U.S. is ready for a female president while another essaysit states that it is not. Issues are richly debated, allowing readers to develop their own intelligent opinions about male and female…    
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Book details

List price: $33.80
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Greenhaven Publishing LLC
Publication date: 9/4/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 232
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.682
Language: English

Karen L. Miller was born on December 29, 1986 in Perryville, Tennessee. Her father, Daniel Miller worked for the railroad and her mother, Pamela was a teacher. Growing up in a small rural town, Karen had lots of time for exploring the countryside. She developed a passion for reading in the woods, especially romance titles; but she would read just about anything. She had few friends; but the ones she had, she has kept in touch with.There weren't any writers around Karen; but she still dreamed of being one. She would sit and dream up plots and characters to entertain herself and soon began crafting a sizeable collection of stories. Her mother was very inspirational and encouraged Karen in her…    

Why Consider Opposing Viewpoints?
Are Male and Female Roles Biologically Derived?
Chapter Preface
Biology Contributes to Differences Between Male and Female Behaviors
Biology Does Not Contribute to Differences Between Male and Female Behaviors
Children Do Not Naturally Segregate by Sex
Children Recognize and Reinforce Gender Roles
Women Can Compete Against Men in Sports
Women Cannot Compete Against Men in Sports
Periodical Bibliography
What Are Some Cultural Effects of Male and Female Roles?
Chapter Preface
Males and Females Both Embrace Gaming Technology
Males and Females Respond Differently to Technology
The United States Is Not Ready for a Female President
The United States Is Ready for a Female President
Periodical Bibliography
How Do Gender Stereotypes Affect Perceptions of Men and Women?
Chapter Preface
Stay-at-Home Dads Are Reversing Stereotypes
Fatherhood Is Not Valued in Society
Women Are Not Recognized as Military Heroes
Women Are Recognized as Military Heroes
Men Are More Successful Because They Make Their Careers a Priority
Women Make Better Corporate Leaders
Periodical Bibliography
What Gender Roles Will Males and Females Play in the Future?
Chapter Preface
Men Are Becoming More Like Women
Women Are Becoming More Like Men
Gender Equity Is Increasing
The Future of Gender Roles Is Uncertain
Gender Will Become a Choice
Gender Will Become Obsolete
Periodical Bibliography
For Further Discussion
Organizations to Contact
Bibliography of Books