It's not just one movie. It's not just one TV show. Boys are smarter than girls; certain jobs are best for men and others for women; and even that girls are responsible for their own sexual assaults. According to the report, which analyzed more than articles, interviews, books, and other social-scientific research, gender stereotypes in movies and on TV shows are more than persistent; they're incredibly effective at teaching kids what the culture expects of boys and girls. Fast-forward to the tween and teen years, when characters begin to wrestle with relationships, sex, and job prospects.
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Sex differences in humans
Do men and women have different jobs because of their biological differences?
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Men vs. Women: Our Key Physical Differences Explained
Abstract Objectives Studies have shown greater health risks associated with blue-collar manufacturing employment for women than men. It remains challenging, however, to distinguish cultural gendered factors influencing employment decisions e. Methods We examined effects of hourly blue-collar status on incident hypertension among men and women, using health claims data for 14, white- and blue-collar aluminum manufacturing employees in eight U. To explore gender differences in job status, we developed sex-stratified propensity score models identifying key socioeconomic predictors of hourly status for men and women.
Biological specificities cannot be easily dismissed from consideration, particularly in blue-collar, manual jobs. Extreme job demands may be incompatible with the physical dimensions and capacities of most women. The authors, who have expertise in genetics, ergonomics, law, and physiology, argue that consideration of biological differences between women and men is necessary in order that the workplace be adapted to the physical dimensions and capacities of both sexes. The alternative to adapting jobs may be risks to women's health and employment possibilities.