Gender identity: Nature and nurture working together discussion
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Men are said to be strong, rational, and dominant, whereas women are said to be soft, emotional, and nurturing.  What do you think accounts for these differences?  Are they the result of sex differences (nature) or gender differences (nurture)? 

Explain your answers with references to the textbook and the materials in Module 5 (the article, power points, and podcasts), and give examples to support them.  Avoid vague statements.

Please make sure it is not plagiarised with correct grammar.

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Running Head: SOCIOLOGY

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SOCIOLOGY

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It is paramount that men and women have numerous differences raging from emotions,
reasoning, strength, dominance, taste, and preferences among others. Apparently, men are said to
be resilient, sensible and dominant as opposed to the women who are lenient, emotional and
nurturing. To this extent, therefore, this paper seeks to explore these differences and analyze
whether they are nature or nurture based.
To start with, most attributes and characters that are nature-based tend to be more
biological as opposed to th...

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