Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Determination of Gender Stratification in a Region

Gender stratification is determined by institutional and sociological level of analysis. Unified theory is presented through graphs that explain the causal relationship of three blocks and two blocks of results. Causal side including the level of compatibility between productive and reproductive labor, as well as the determinant of the gender segregation of productive labor, namely the block "Gender Organization of Production". This block includes demographic conditions, social control of reproductive technology, class and gender parent organization of the block "Gender Organization of Reproduction". While "Sexual Politics" includes variations in the political history of family alliances and groups of men are synonymous with violence.

From the results, "Gender Resource Mobilization" based on income and property ownership, household organization, sexual coercion, gender and cultural distinctiveness. While the "Gender Conflicts" more involved conditions for both gender movements and counter-movements, feedback to the block before the causal condition. In the empowerment and gender equality, women's status rose in recent decades, which allows conflict gender will be included in a new form. An integrated theory makes it possible to examine changes in the policy scenarios in the future of gender stratification (Collins, Randall, et al. 'Toward an Integrated Theory of Gender Stratification. "Sociological Perspectives 36.3 (1993): 185-216. JSTOR. Web. 23 Sept . 2009).

Gender relations and social reproduction macrohistorical formed by the process, in which social reproduction is a combination of production organization, the organization of social reproduction, sustainability of gender, and the continuation of the relationship class. In general, social reproduction occurs within the family unit. Feminist concept of social reproduction is different from the theory of modernization, relating to the location of the task of social reproduction of institutional and structural effects on family and gender relations.

Changes in family organization, defines the man as a source of income to meet the needs of families and women as caregivers, who are raising children with love and feminine virtue rather than patriarchal authority and religious doctrine. As women working, a good wife is the manager of an efficient, skilled in completing household chores, as well as additional breadwinner for the family. Changes in the century became a period of social change which is characterized by small family size on average, the decline of household production, wage increases, and increased consumption.

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