There are many indicators of the huge impact in disparities in sentencing women as compared to men and more so when it revolves around minorities ( race and class). Though there are lower crime rates among women as compared to men, there are significant disparities which tend to show favouritism to women. Research has shown that men get 63 per cent longer custodial sentences than women. In addition, it is twice more likely to have women get non custodial sentences even after conviction. However, as mentioned the disparities are more profound when issues of race and class are intertwined in the sentencing.
Divorce can be a triggering event for domestic violence. There are 42% of US divorced women pointed out that the main reason for divorce is domestic violence, and it is also a factor in the breakdown of a marriage in Taiwan. According to the data released by the Ministry of the Interior in 2011, there are 104,315 incidents of domestic violence were reported. In the other words, there are 286 cases of domestic violence occur every day on average. In addition, there are up to 25% women likely to be victims of domestic violence in Taiwan and 10% of them have been injured in the past year.
Some cases may be more recognized compared to others but that does not mean it is not just as important, but it is just not as publicized. One of the most popular topics related to the fight for women’s rights is based on the unfair difference in wages between men and women. Despite having two laws against the gender based wage discrimination in the US which prohibits men and women from getting paid differently and yet there are still some people who are paid based on their gender. According to statistics the difference in pay between both genders for full time jobs are10%, and the pay gap for part jobs are 34%. Based on a website known as UK Feminista, many people work in a national minimum wage job, 70% of those are women (2).
However, to attain gender equality, men’s problems of inequality should also be changed as protectors of women from death. In the past, this made sense as men were physically stronger while women were a reproductive force, but with the advance of technology and civilization, men’s muscles and physical advantages became useless because these traits do not make them any more immune to bullets and bombs than women. In consequence of the not-so-recent rise of empowered women in the Western world, the media depicts women as protagonists and grants them more importance in society, as seen in the TV drama The Walking Dead through Negan’s comment “I don’t enjoy killing women. Men? I can waste them all the livelong.” Gender equality must be practiced as it is immoral to have biases based on one’s gender, but it should not be done by increasing women’s rights, as feminists argue – it should be done by lessening the inequality between both
People are employed and trafficked using deception and collaboration and find themselves held in conditions of human trafficking in a variety of jobs. Victims-including children- are occupied under bad conditions in fisheries, agricultural and construction work, along with other labour-intensive jobs and domestic servitude. Also, women and children are trafficking under the name of ‘’ sex trafficking’’. They are usually forced in sex labor, in other words prostution.. Women and childerns consists %80 of the people international trafficking actions. For every year, traffickers involve more than a million children in the sex trades .This prevalent form of trafficking affects every region in the world, either as a source, transit or destination country.
GENDER Refer to (Schein, 1989) stated that the both men and women not only depend on biological term but the social roles of the genders also determined by the contemporary society since these roles are determined primarily by culture. There is a very great diversity among women even though they do bring diversity to the leadership. According to Schein (1989) even though many research have proven the differences between female and males, but commonly believed that the variation between female and male are fewer. Besides that the differences between the sexes is lesser than the differences within each sex. In the late 1960s and early 1970s each research on sex role stereotypes shows that women were seen to be more cams
These barriers have caused female police officers to resign from their positions to avoid any issues and because gender discrimination and the other complaints aren’t taken seriously in Law enforcement. By the females constantly compared to the male police officers has caused stress on them. It’s much harder for woman to advance in Law enforcement than men and when interviewers make their decisions they are more than likely choose men over women. It is important to think critically when dealing with the barriers discussed above because it can be challenging and cause someone to give up and quit. When dealing with barriers its best that woman working in Law enforcement figure out how to deal
For example, women are considered “bad mothers” if they do not play an active role in their children’s lives, but the same standards do not apply to men. Gender roles also affect those who do not conform to these norms. Transgender or gender-queer (people who identify with neither, both or a combination of male and female genders) people often face discrimination and violence for not conforming to traditional gender roles. People who identify as lesbian, gay or bisexual may also be ostracised or discriminated against for breaking the traditional norms of who a person of a given gender “should” be attracted
Sex discrimination is one of the “glass ceiling” for women that make holds them from career advancement. “Back in the 1960’s and the 1970’s, when women first entered the job market by the millions, females in male-dominated professions, like finance, kept quite about sexual harassment because they were afraid losing their job” (Driscoll & Goldberg, 1993, pp. 174-175). V: Conclusion: A. short-review: 1. Mostly gender roles have been assigned by the culture sensitive which is appreciate from the society and social norm which depends on the context that lead to have the different roles in society based by they gender since we born with, but women sometimes dissatisfy for their less heavy works which could change to make more impact and value for themselves and their family.
As a result, Celica Benoit author of Women, Work and Social Rights states that gendered stereotypes have made it more difficult for women to be taken seriously within the workplace, adding that male colleagues are more respected in these companies for they are perceived to be more dedicated workers (Benoit, 72). Benoit’s findings indicate that the media’s influence constricts both men and women, as the sexes are forced to conform to gendered