Sociology 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 genderdifferences (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. While your answers will be posted on the Discussion Board for everyone to see, I will respond to you about them and your grade privately via email. You may respond to each other's posts.

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School: Rice University


Running Head: SOCIOLOGY


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Ability to reason understand or critically think according to Merriam Webster dictionary is the
definition of rational. Whereas emotion is a cognitive response (such as fury or dread) which is
personal and usually aimed towards a particular thing, it is followed by physiological and
change of behavior in the body.
It is apparent that physically most humans of the male gende...

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