Gender Equality Name Tutor Date Gender Equality Question 1 Religion is one of the oldest institutions in the world today. As much as there are more than five of them they have their similarities and differences. The most distinct analogy is that the role of women has always been underrated when it comes to matters leadership. The assumption of God being a male in almost all the religions has been the basis upon which the role of women in both religion and society has been degraded (Scott et al. 2015 NP). With no moved to BBC. The number of guests has always included people from both genders. This is an indicator that the host understands the role of both men and women in the society and that they have to be included in any discussion that takes place. Works cited Connell Raewyn W. Gender and power: Society the person and sexual politics. John Wiley & Sons 2014. King Richard. Orientalism and Religion: Post-Colonial Theory India and" The Mystic East". Routledge 2013. Scott W. Richard and Gerald F. Davis. Organizations and organizing: Rational natural and open systems perspectives. Routledge 2015. [...]
Must site sources!! 500 words 1. Demonstrate how as religion became more institutionalized and “organized,” the position and prestige of women declined. 2. Why would functionalism be the most dominant theoretical perspective in explaining the persistence of gender inequality in religion? How does liberation theology offer a challenge to this perspective? 3. Discuss the role of the media in gender role socialization in children and how media definitions of masculinity and femininity impact gender attitudes in adulthood. 4. Analyze two prime-time television shows which represent stereotypical and non-stereotypical content regarding gender roles. How is the gender-related content used successfully in these shows?