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discuss how far sociologsts agree that men benefit from the marrige more then women
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lmao that's awfully demanding for someone who can't do their homework

there's plenty of research papers on how married men tend to be happier than married women there's a start

go google it
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lmao that's awfully demanding for someone who can't do their homework

there's plenty of research papers on how married men tend to be happier than married women there's a start

go google it
i have googled it i cant find it
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just some ideas thats it
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discuss how far sociologsts agree that men benefit from the marrige more then women
hi can i have ideas of what to put in there and also a structure
can someone reply by today please
thanks
This is probably what I would do if you're doing A-level Sociology

Agree:
sociologists such as x would agree with this statement because .... then go on to explain the theory or concept and try to link it back to the q... then evaluate the theory or concept (what's the issue with it) but link back to the question.

Disagree: sociologists such as x would disagree with this statement because .... then go on to explain the theory or concept and try to link it back to the question.... then evaluate it but link back to the question as well

Conclusion:
Which one do you agree with more and Why- then point out it's flaws and state what's good about the other theory/concept and link it back to the question.


Lol I dunno.
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This is probably what I would do if you're doing A-level Sociology

Agree:
Opening sentence: sociologists such as x would agree with this statement because .... then go on to explain the theory or concept and try to link it back to the q... then evaluate the theory or concept (what's the issue with it) but link back to the question.

Disagree: sociologists such as x would disagree with this statement because .... then go on to explain the theory or concept and try to link it back to the question.... then evaluate it but link back to the question as well

Conclusion:
Which one do you agree with more and Why- then point out it's flaws and state what's good about the other theory/concept and link it back to the question.


Lol I dunno.
thanks but i need an idea to put in there like a study or a concept
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discuss how far sociologsts agree that men benefit from the marrige more then women
hi can i have ideas of what to put in there and also a structure
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So you've left your homework til now?
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So you've left your homework til now?
its not homework i have an exam tomorow i have been revising an i need help
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its not homework i have an exam tomorow i have been revising an i need help
I have just googled it and there are at least 18 articles on it.
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ok can u link some of them cause i have googled it and cant find nothing
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thanks but i need an idea to put in there like a study or a concept
For agree, I would use:
Ann oakley: she argues with march of progress sociologists that even though men do a little more domestic work nowadays, the responsibility is still placed on women- only 15% of men have a higher participation in housework and only 25% of men in childcare. This shows that in a marriage, due to patriarchal gender norms, men aren't expected to take care of the domestic work and even though march of progress sociologists argue that the household is becoming more equal because of more women going into paid work, women are still expected to take responsibility for the domestic labour. The concept of dual burden states that women now have the responsibility of both paid work and domestic work- hence why feminists such as Ann Oakley disagree with march of progress sociologists like Young and Wilmot that marriage is becoming more equal and believes that men are benifitting from the marriage more because they don't have as many responsibilities. However, ... (Then go onto evaluate or whatever)
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For agree, I would use:
Ann oakley: she argues with march of progress sociologists that even though men do a little more domestic work nowadays, the responsibility is still placed on women- only 15% of men have a higher participation in housework and only 25% of men in childcare. This shows that in a marriage, due to gender norms, men aren't expected to take care of the domestic work and even though march of progress sociologists argue that the household is becoming more equal because of more women going into paid work, women are still expected to take responsibility for the domestic labour. The concept of dual burden states that women now have the responsibility of both paid work and domestic work- hence why feminists such as Ann Oakley disagree with march of progress sociologists like Young and Wilmot that marriage is becoming more equal.
However, ...
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thank you so much
Lol my answer was trash but sure.
I didn't even follow the structure properly 😖 oof.

Y'know what, I might just try and do this essay too 😁 I'm currently learning about couples and the family in AS Sociology so yeah why not.
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some sociologists would disagree like wilmott and young. they argue that symmetrical families are typical in Britain. the spouses perform different tasks each and make a small contribution to the home. decision-making is shared financially and in general. the family is becoming more symmetrical because of things like the legal changes such as the equal pay act and sex discrimination act. however some feminists reject the idea of a symmetrical family for example Oakley found that women in paid work still had the main responsibility for housework. although gender roles have changed people's behaviors haven't.
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Well I was thinking that since we've already mentioned Young and Wilmot, we could then go onto use someone else like Talcott Parsons - a functionalist who believes that based on biology, women should take charge of the primary socialisation and men should do the paid work. This is because Parsons also came up with the organic analogy- this idea that all the institutions in society must remain at equilibrium because if one institution fails, such as the household or marriage , then the others will fail too and the society will be at disequilibrium. He would argue that because the husband and wife are doing the roles that they are biologically suited to perform, both of them are benefiting from the marriage.
However, blah blah blah I dunno Talcott Parsons theory is based on patriarchal principles from 1955 and so it might conceal the idea that men are benefiting from the marriage more than women. u could try and use Barrett and McIntosh (1991) - men gain far more from women's domestic work than they give back in financial support.

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its alright im not sure thats gonna be useful to me because im currently doing gcse thanks for the help thourgh i appreciate it
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its alright im not sure thats gonna be useful to me because im currently doing gcse thanks for the help thourgh i appreciate it
What 😲 you're doing GCSE Sociology oml I was giving you an AS response.
Yeah I guess you could make my answer a bit more simpler then hmpff.
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discuss how far sociologsts agree that men benefit from the marrige more then women
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By mere fact that you cant find it in google shows that it is a false narrative. Men only benefit from marriage in a home chore setting and nothing else more than that. Women tend to benefit from the protection, provision, and procreation that men bring to the marriage.
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