SOCIOLOGICAL APPROACH TO THE STUDY OF GENDER AND ROLES
A gender-role approach to the analysis of cultural and social models of masculinity and femininity and differences between groups identified by gender was formed on the basis of structural functionalism, and psychoanalysis and cognitive psychology also contributed to it. Then he was critically rethought in a feminist vein. This approach dominated the study of gender relations in the 1940s and 70s. This article discusses the theoretical foundations of the role-based structural-functional approach, which was widely used in the 1940–50s, its development in the 1960–70s. and until today.
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