There is evidence that shows that children with two working parents have higher academic scores and personally development, which is completely contradictory to the Maternal Deprivation these (attachment theory).As society has progressed we have learned to accept the claims of past “academics” as nothing more than bogus reading material as we build a world that is free of gender inequality.
The Evolving World of Gender Equality Gender roles in America throughout the 1900s have arguably undergone their most drastic shifts than any other century.
While a shift in a mindset that focused more in equality was marked by the passage of women’s suffrage in 1920, the Popular Front movement that occurred from 1890 through 1934 and amid the Great Depression was an often overlooked, although an important, turning point for civil rights as a whole.
Her book The Dialectic of sex: A Case for Feminist Revolution caused a political riot when it was released.
She describes how men will always be superior to women until science makes it possible for either gender to be able to give birth.
Men being better suiting for physical labor, and women being better suited to raise the children.
Sociologist John Bowlby argued that the presence of the mother during childhood was critical to the mental and social stability in the child.Disscusion The traditional outlook of “man as the hunter” and “woman as the mother” in the Victorian era (1837-1901) carried on well beyond primitive societies into early industrialization and advanced social development.America was still a considered a new nation and “freedom” was most aptly applied to wealthy, white men.How did they begin to transform what most considered a perfectly expectable part of society?By looking at writings, photos, and other works by prominent progressive women over the last century, we can get a real perspective on how gender roles have come so far.Theoretical Perspective # 1 Feminist theory is the first theoretical perspective which I have chose to research.It addresses gender inequalities and puts forth a way to address these differences (Giddons 2012).Even though most people believe it to be outdated, it fits very well with the research topic.The attachment theory is based on the idea that there is a learned relationship between mother and child (Giddons, 2012).She explains that it is impossible for female oppression to end if they have to be dependent on men financially and physically during pregnancy.This gives the man a supreme authority over women that no law or political policy could remedy.