Judith Lorber's The Social Construction Of Gender

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Judith Lorber in “The Social Construction of Gender” states that gender is constantly created and re-created out of human interaction, out of social life (276). Defining oneself by gender can be positive but there are also many negative effects of race, ethnicity, income and occupation, geography, religion, age, physical ability, marital and maternal status, and sexual orientation that one has to face. Some believe that women’s profit leads to someone’s loss and even on the job market when women perform the same job as men, the job position are given different names in order to satisfy the individuals separation based on their gender (Lorber 279).
Furthermore, while women and men are separated by different labels at the workplace they are
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