Dig Deep: Beyond Lean In Analysis

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Do you think gender issues are still a problem in modern America? As we’ve had many technological advancements has our views for civilizations remained the same? Previously in America’s society one’s gender played an important role in their life. Whereas if you were born female then you typically would stay home to cook, clean, and breed children. While males being the providers, they typically went out to hunt and “bring home the bacon.” “Today gender roles in our society have changed considerably in recent decades: there are more women in the workforce, many doing jobs held exclusively or primarily by men, and a growing number of men who choose to stay home with the kids while their partner works outside the home.” (639) Although we’re transitioning away from the stereotypical view of gender roles many issues still exist, such as women to earn less than males from the workforce. But…show more content…
However, she does not discuss white male supremacy.” But rather discuss feminism, states that “any women who is willing to work hard, they can climb the cooperate ladder all the way to the top. Knowingly aware of the fact that not every woman wants to rise to the top.” (669) Although she is not judging women who make different choices. However, she is making judgements about the nature of women and work. “Sandberg’s definition of feminism begins and ends with the notion that it’s all about gender equality within the existing social system.” (662) Feminist movement have not focused meaningful attention on the issue of women and wealth. Rightly, the movement highlighted the need for gender equity in the work force. (670) From this perspective, the structure of imperialist white supremacist capitalist patriarchy need not be challenged” (662) They encourage not just women but men as well to, clearly identify solidarity is no easy

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