Please read each of the three essays(in attachments) and add to the end (only, not beginning nor middle) of them by about 70- 80 word each. You can do more but not less. I will place the instructions they had to write below:
Please read each powerpoint and answer each question per chapter:
Ch9: How does gender affect the type of work we do and the rewards we receive for our work?
How do masculinity and femininity play into work place norms?
What is gender polarization?
What is sex segregation and how does it affect the world of work?
Why does sex segregation matter?
How does socialization affect sex segregation?
Be able to discuss the gendered wage gap.
Ch10: How does gender affect what you watch what you read, and what you play?
How is media an institution of society?
What is the role of power in media and popular culture as it relates to gender?
What is the struggle over images?
How is sexuality constructed in media?
What role has feminism played in media?
What are the 3 Rs?
Describe the gender of leisure.
Ch11:How does gender help determine who has power and who doesn`t
What is power and how does it work?
What are the multiple levels of power?
How does power shift over time and across genders?
What are the barriers that exist to women obtaining power in democratic societies?
What is meant by the gender gap?
How is power an issue in the violence against women and human rights?
Name Professor Gender Date Gender Inequality Essay 1: Masculinity and femininity influence workplace setting. Men use work for identity, while women are always segregated by their gender. In an act of defiance to establishments and independence from their wives, men engage in compensatory masculinity; which is the use of drugs and sexual carousing to achieve above. Â Â Â Â Gender polarization is the notion that men and women are different from each other thus roles and assignment should be allocated differently. Gender polarization is evinced in gender wage gap where female are paid averagely less than their male counterparts. As a result of socialization, women tend to prefer different jobs from the male counterparts. Â Â Â Â Sex segregation in place of work manifests in the form of women and men being concentrated in various jobs and occupations. It can also be at the job level, which refers to specific positions workers hold in particular organizations. In factory settings, for example, women do not work too many hours are not assigned to some roles because of the detrimental effects these roles have on their health and ability to perfume household duties. Â Â Â Â Â Sex segregation where women jobs are separated from men is known as ghettoization. While resegregation is when an entire occupation change from one gender to another, Sex segregation help regulates wages, occupation, ...