Gender Role Research paper conclusion
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I want to get an opinion on my conclusion of my research paper on how gender roles are established in America.
In my intro, which I haven't posted, my attention getter is a Grey's Anatomy reference to a hermaphrodite patient raised female but wants to be male.
Begin the Beguine I believe is the title.
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Gender roles have changed and keep changing as time goes on. No longer do only men attend school. Women are no longer confined to becoming housewives. Men can cook and women can have careers. Gender roles are like a Polaroid photo. Where the photo is fresh and still blurry. Gender roles are not a strict set of rules, but bendable branching tree, they are open for interpretation. How a society interprets this photo and how a person sees the photo is the establishment of gender roles. When the photo is first taken, it is like biology. Whereas the gender of the person is not always limited to just male or female but a degree of each. Then, while the photo starts to clear up, as socialization occurs, there is an image of what’s to come. This image is cleared up by parental and media influence. Lastly, there is the final image. Where psychology is shown. The person can accept these roles, deny them, or live in the median of androgyny. In Grey’s Anatomy, the young hermaphrodite, has found her niche the background picture of gender roles, so she can live the life she’s longed in the gender roles she was fit to play.