Central Argument of Lober.

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According to Lober, human nature is not constructed by their biological genetics or structure but it is developed gradually from social experiences, environmental social processes and culture that can be dialogued as a root cause for gender discrimination in every society.

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Central Argument of LoberAccording to Lober, human nature is not constructed by their biological genetics or structure but it is developed gradually from social experiences, environmental social processes and culture that can be dialogued as a root cause for gender discrimination in every society. Gender discrimination can be regarded as a process of socialization and perceptions created in every society about distinctions in male and female. Roles of women are described as feminine to contribute in domestic work, wearing colorful bright cloths and engaging in specific workplaces and violation of these rules attracts public attention as violation of social norms and traditions. On the contrary, Men are masculine and strong to take more control on economic growth and political affairs [Judith Lorber (1994)].Roles of GenderThe human personalities clearly reflect their social norms and culture. Unfortunately, we have not yet completely evolved from a male dominant society in which roles of men and women are predefined because of perceptions about specific gender injected in human minds by social environments. The discriminated roles of men and women in professional workplaces, educational careers, sports selections and clothing stereotyping indicate the role of civilization and community in establishing gender inequality. Religious beliefs, legislative policy making and social norms tend to strengthen the human perceptions about variations in the roles of men and women in ma

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