Class Analysis: The Bad Mistreatment Of Women

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The usual people-based view is that the bad mistreatment of women is well enough covered by class analysis. (related to feeling that women and men must be treated equally) explanation (of why something works or happens the way it does) insists that the class structures, and the bad mistreatment of women within male-run systems, are separate but interacting social processes. (people who feel strongly that women and men must be treated equally) (discussed back and forth) whether wives should be set apart and given out to classes on the basis of their husband 's occupation or the wife 's occupation. Now educated people study women 's position in (community of people/all good people in the world), and in the labor force, separately from class analysis. (based on actually seeing things) research has shown that the sex (separating things/separating people by race, religion, etc.) of occupations, and the pay gap between men and women, cut across social classes in ways that change/differ from one (community of people/all good people in the world) to another, and change/differ across time.…show more content…
(related to working on the job) (separating things/separating people by race, religion, etc.) and the pay gap develop and change independently within labor markets due to differences/different versions in female employment, anti-(unfair treatment based on skin color, age, etc.) policies and other social policies including family-friendly policies that have been counter-productive in their effects. (in almost the same way), women 's position in the family is studied independently of their position in the class structure, and depends on their education as much as their earning power and (related to working on the job)
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