Assignment On Inferences Between Men And Women,

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Inferences Between Men and WomenAlthough most people are aware that women are just as capable of doing anything a man can do, there are still many people that infer otherwise. Some people still have the mind set that women are meant to stay home and cook, clean, raise the kids, and run the errands. That may have been the way things went in the late 40's and early 50's, but times have dramatically changed in the last half-century. In most households now-a-days women are the ones who bring home the money, and it isn't unheard of for a man to be an at-home dad, which is almost a complete role reversal. Some men are even aghast at the very idea of a man not being the primary bread winner, s ...view middle of the document...

Men also hold executive level positions because some feel that a woman would bring to much emotion to such a responsible position. It isn't unheard of to have a woman run for president, but if one woman actually got the courage to run, I think the inferences of men always being in office would prohibit too many people from voting for her. (Too bad, the world would be a better own inference if you will)The workplace is another good example of how and when inferences about woman are made. More often than not a man will infer that a woman should be in a strictly administrative position. These days many woman hold executive positions as well as head of the department. On the flip side, if a complaint from a male consumer is being made and they ask to speak with a supervisor, that man will usually expect to see a male, and is usually not satisfied if a female is referred to him. He may even request to speak to a male supervisor, being unsatisfied that a female would not be able to appropriately address the problem. This inference that woman are not capable of holding top positions has been around since women entered the workforce, unfortunately it appears that there will always be a definite attitude adjustment when it comes to male and female superiors.A common inference that is made about a man has and always will be sexual harassment. If a man so much as looks at a women the wrong way, the woman usually assume that the man as ulterior motives and intentions. Although a sexual thought may have never entered the man's mind the woman may still feel uncomfortable. This assumption could lead to lengthy court cases and even eventual termination or long-term damage to the person's reputation. It may even prohibit future employment opportunities. There have also been cases in which men are the accusers and women are the ones doing the harassing, and people not only laugh at this matter, most people don't take the accusation seriously. Many people infer that men are the tough ones. How can a woman harass a man? They may even think the guy is a "sissy", and make fun of the fact that...


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