Name Professor Course DateIntroduction Gendered behavior is a way in which an individual behaves according to their gender either male or female. The sex differences between individuals determine the similarities and differences in their behavior according to their gender socialization.It is through these gendered behavior that a person personality can get defined and their association in those environments. The gender alignment is a necessity for the growth of the child in expressing certain behaviors. After observing the gendered behavior several factors came up as discussed in the as they will not try to identify their behavior or practice and compare to others but accept who they are instead. It will effect as it will help in promoting the integration part and help the health livelihood without pressure. Work cited Kandrack Mary-Anne Karen R. Grant and Alexander Segall. "Gender differences in health related behaviour: some unanswered questions." Social science & medicine 32.5 (1991): 579-590. Amini M. Ekström M. Ellingsen T. Johannesson M. & Strömsten F. (2016). Does gender diversity promote nonconformity?. Management Science 63(4) 1085-1096. [...]
Observe and record gendered behaviors and roles in various social contexts, including playgrounds, toy stores, childcare facilities, health spas, classrooms, workplaces, libraries, religious gatherings, family gatherings, and other sites. Using data from your observations respond to the following questions. What social institutions had a role in defining the gendered behaviors? What social factors other than gender influenced behavior in these settings? What is the degree of conformity to gendered behaviors? What happens to individuals who deviate from the dominant trend? What social control agents corrected the deviant behavior? How did they do this?