Gender Inequality In Canada

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The Social Epidemic of Inequality in Canada: Gender Inequality Through the years, social stratification of Canada has progressed and altered by cultural changes and social changes in society (Cummings et al. 2017). In the early 1900s, the acknowledgment of women as persons was established by the women’s suffrage movement (Strong-Boag 2016). This movement cultivated a pathway of equity for women since society was patriarchic at the time, but today gender inequality still impacts the lives of women including those of various ethnic backgrounds (Strong Boag 2016; Cummings et al. 2017). Even more, the recognition of people of different gender identities has resulted in mass awareness with the rise of LGBTQ activism (Nazish 2018). Today, contemporary culture is heavily influenced by agents of socialization such as family, religion, education and the government that impose gender stereotypes and social constructs (Cummings et al. 2017). Despite the fact, that Marxist criticism elaborates on the conflict of classes as the source of social stratification and can explain the gender gap in wages: this stratification of gender inequality can be explained by the prevalence and differentiation of culture (Rushwoy 2018; Cummings et al 2017). Through the anthropological analysis of domains of experience, social constructions, and agents of socialization depicts the social stratification of gender inequality in Canada originates from these social aspects of culture that people uphold in

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