Metrosexuality challenges this by society becoming more accepting and open to new ideas and change. Men who were once depicted as masculine are more than ever able to express themselves rather than hide in fear of society 's judgement. Overall the more masculinity is challenged the easier it will be for society to begin to diminish the use of gender stereotypes in the future. Additionally, modern day man consecutively aids towards the depreciation of the male gender stereotypes by challenging them against female stereotypes.
I think a person’s gender shouldn't matter too much in the role they play in their day to day life. Gender roles have been around forever. They have gotten a lot better, but women and men are still labeled to certain things and jobs. The traditional way of life would be for the man to do all of the hard work and have a job. On the other hand, the woman should stay at home so she can watch the kids and have time for cleaning and cooking.
Flexible working is working arrangement where employees are given greater scheduling freedom in how they meet the obligations of their position. The first factor employee interested in working of these scheduling are flexible working, which give employees the flexibility that is much larger in terms of the time when they start and end of the work, provided they are included in the total number of hours required by the employer. The other is the flexible work will involve telecommuting, job sharing, and compressed work weeks. Supporting flexible work program originated as important in their recognition that many workers have difficulty in balancing their family responsibilities and duties of their job, and they note that the program can make the company more attractive to prospective employees. Although one has to be conscious that like any other process of change in the organizations, flexible working holds both its pros and cons.
Gender roles also play a factor in today’s time because women have evolutionized into strong, independent idols. A lot of men today look up to women for help and guidance through their journey of life. Men no longer disrespect women how they used to but instead respect them like they should be. In marriage it takes more than one person to make the relationship work, and that’s why men had to cooperate and change the rules for the future we live in today. Taming of the Shrew will always be a great influence on societal codes and we look back on that book for inspiration when it comes to age difference, and how women were treated in the 1500s.
Domestic labour – housewives Women have always been allocated as economically dependent on men. They have also been destined to domestic work, either at staying home, being a housewife or either by doing a job that has to do with domestic work. In addition, even employers have the same views of work for women and when it comes to employability, they tend to hire men for jobs that have nothing to do with domestic work. However, the real fact is that a woman who has a salary can manage her life in a better way than a woman who is dependent on a man.
So they have to make choice between their professional life and social life. Most of the cases they choose their social life and quite their job and end their professional carrier even though they are highly trained and can contribute more in the workplace. In some cases women have to do two full time jobs, one is professional job where their carrier ask for more efforts towards work and other one
This may be good because it gives women a sense of independence. Along with that is, the men and their transition to modern ideals. Guys used to be warriors and super masculine, but nowadays it is totally okay for guys to be sensitive or act traditionally “girly”. A good example of that was this guy talking about his father. “He was also a nurturing, nappy-changing father who did 50% of the housework…”(Freyne).
Everyone has needs in life. Mary E. Papke argues that in the story “the search of selfhood and desire are presented as parts of a possible and positive process, despite what the social and moral commandments say.” Sexuality was a natural part of life under the sanctions of marriage. A woman's sexuality was not her own, but a blessed feature which was the man's to invade upon marriage. The man in the relationship also has the responsibility to make his wife satisfied and happy; mentally, sexually, and emotionally.
Men and women are born on Earth in the same fashion. However, according to the article “10 Reasons Women Need Equal Pay, and are Still Fighting for it” by Meghan Werft, women do not receive pay in the same fashion as their male counterparts. This article details how a pay deficit exists between men and women who work duplicate jobs, and the reasons for which women deserve equal pay to their male coworkers. The article also describes how those reasons can benefit economies around the world. Using the literary appeal of logos, the rhetorical device of exposition, and syntactic strategies to establish the tone, Meghan Werft convinces her audience that a wage gap between men and women exists, and that the action of granting equitable pay can also benefit global and local economies.
The cultural context of the workplace is that management have a high expectation; they want employees to act, have great synergy, and give great results. Even with different cultural norms, managers want their employees to have great synergy while working. One would say, they function as a group because they are paid to do so. Employees somehow put their personal differences
There should be equality between men and women because women work hard as much as men do. In addition, women get so committed to their career that they forget
On the other side of the argument, Marche criticizes Slaughter’s dialogue concerning men in her article. Rather, he addresses the representation of men written in articles composed by women in general. He touches upon the fact that not only does Slaughter focus upon the subject of her husband taking over the domestic role, but also Sandberg, another woman mentioned in Slaughters article. Marche states that “men are far more anonymous-implacable opponents of progress in the upper echelons, helpless
The idea that we are prosumers, and that we produce things outside of the factory. To think that as recent as the 70’s or 80’s, people left their work at work, instead of bringing it home is surprising to me. Since then we have been more and more connected to jobs and workplace at home than ever before. In this case, I happen to agree with Gregg, that women may feel more of a need to prove themselves in the workplace by taking work home to get ahead of things, but I do not think this is a good thing. I think that it is important, as Fitzpatrick says to separate work and play to optimize both.